Irina - People Named Irina - Fictional Characters

Fictional Characters

  • Irina, the child protagonist in Magdalen Nabb's 'The Enchanted Horse'.
  • Irina Derevko, KGB and Covenant terrorist, a main character in the Alias series
  • Irina Palm, pseudonym of the main character in 2007 film of the same name
  • Irina Spalko, a fictional Soviet Union KGB agent in the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  • Irina Clayton, a.k.a. Choir, a former member of the Xavier Institute student body and the Street Team X-Men in the Marvel Comics Universe
  • Irina, One of the three sisters in Anton Chekhov's play 'Three Sisters'
  • Irina Kerchenkov, a Russian model in Sarra Manning's Fashionistas book series
  • Irina Denali, a member of the Denali coven in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer

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