I choose lane.
—Zlata Ostrovsky[src]
Zlata Ostrovsky is a reformed former black-sheep daughter to a powerful Russian mob family that does business in Florida. She is a recurring character in Season Two of the series Claws, portrayed by Franka Potente.[1]


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Early LifeEdit

Zlata Ostrovsky was born and raised in the country of Georgia and is the only sibling to Riva. During her life, she was heavily put down by her family for her choices, including being pulled away from her daughter Olga.

She primarily made her career through publishing a book titled The Kremlin Konnection.[2]


Zlata's arrives in episode 1 of season 2. Her first words are 'Hello lovely family' to Riva and Olga, which is short lived as she soon feels that Riva has made her Olga turn against her. She is wearing a large gold necklace with the word 'Queen' on it, a foreshadowing of the role she takes by the end of the epsiode and in the season 2.

Daughter's MarriageEdit

In order to get the Husser's performing the work she needs to execute her vision, Zlata forced Roller to marry her daughter Olga at gunpoint. She believes now that the Husser's are family they will fall in line.


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Appearances of Zlata Ostrovsky



Claws Characters
Groups Desna's DivasDixie MafiaHaitian MafiaRussian Mafia
Nail Artisan Jennifer HusserVirginia LocPolly MarksDesna SimmsAnnalisa Zayas
Dixie Mafia BaylorBrienneClintBryce HusserClay HusserJuanda HusserRoller HusserTedToby
The Russians BogdanBorisChip LauderdaleOlga OstrovskyZlata OstrovskyRivaYuriYuri II
The Haitians Gregory RuvalMatilde Ruval
Others AriaAudreyBreniqueConfetta BrinksBastilleSally BatesBethBethanyArlene BranchKenneth BrickmanCeceChoiCicilyKeith CoombsSandy CoombsLucy ChenCythniaEdCarl HargroveHank GluckMandy HeiserJasonJeffJeffJoelleKellyKikiApril KimLamontLondonMadisonMargeMarilyn BrickmanLillian MarksMarnieMattMerleMontyGladys PiretteAnnabeth ReidRelevanceSarahScarletShellyDean Simms
For a complete list of minor characters, see List of Minor Characters.