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Anastasia Zuyeva (actress)

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Occupation  actress
Years active  1924–1982
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Full Name  Anastasia Platonovna Zuyeva
Born  December 17, 1896 (1896-12-17) village Spasskoye, Venyovsky County, Tula Governorate, Russian Empire
Awards  People's Artist of the USSR (1957)
Died  23 March 1986, Moscow, Russia
Spouse  Viktor Oransky (m. ?–1953)
Award  People's Artist of the USSR (1957)
Movies  Jack Frost, There Is Such a Lad, The Snow Maiden, Without Dowry, Dead Souls
Similar  Vera Altayskaya, Alexander Khvylya, Varvara Popova, Anatoly Kubatsky, Alexander Rou

Anastasia Platonovna Zuyeva (Russian: Анастаси́я Плато́новна Зу́ева; 1896 - 1986) was a Soviet Russian film and stage actress. People's Artist of the USSR (1957). Winner of the Stalin Prize of the second degree (1952).

Selected filmography

  • 1932 - Prosperity as classy lady
  • 1940 - Tanya as Agrafena Lukinichna
  • 1940 - Fifth Ocean as Darina Egorovna, Natasha's mother
  • 1941 - Battle movie collection №6 as Praskovya
  • 1944 - Jubilee as Merchutkina
  • 1946 - The first glove as Privalova
  • 1950 - Donetsk miners as Evdokia Prohorovna
  • 1951 - Sport honor
  • 1952 - The Inspector as Poshlyopkina
  • 1955 - Vasyok Trubachyov and his comrades as Aunt Dunja
  • 1956 - Case №306 as witness
  • 1958 - A Groom from the Other World as Anna Mikhaylovna
  • 1960 - Russian souvenir as Egorkina, wife of Siberian hunter
  • 1960 - Dead Souls as Korobochka
  • 1960 - Resurrection as Matryona Kharina
  • 1964 - Morozko as narrator
  • 1965 - Loneliness as Aksinia
  • 1968 - Fire, Water, and Brass Pipes as narrator
  • 1969 - Late Flowers as Prohorovna
  • 1970 - Varvara-beauty, long braid as narrator
  • 1971 - Married elderly couple as Avdotya Nikitichna
  • 1972 - Day by day as Baboon
  • 1973 - The Golden Horns as narrator
  • 1977 - Chekhov pages as old woman
  • 1978 - Again Aniskin as Lizaveta Grigorievna Tolstykh
  • 1982 - There, on unknown paths... as Glafira Andreyevna, grandmother
  • References

    Anastasia Zuyeva (actress) Wikipedia


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