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Anna Elbakyan

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Full Name  Anna Abramyan
Name  Anna Elbakyan
Years active  1982–present
Occupation  Actress
Nationality  Armenian

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Born  5 September 1963 (age 52) (1963-09-05) Yerevan, Armenia
Children  Edgar Elbakyan, Jr., Lili Elbakyan

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Anna Elbakyan (Armenian: Աննա Աբրահամի Էլբակյան, born September 5, 1963) is an Armenian actress. She became an Armenian star after headlining the drama Where Have You Been, Man of God? (TV mini-series)(1992).


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  • In 1982 she graduated from the Actors Studio of the Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan.
  • In 1986 he graduated from Yerevan State University Faculty of Social Sciences, specialty art.
  • In 1982-1990, the period 1998-2003, from 2008 - Actress of the Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan.
  • From 2000–present - Actress of the Drama and Comedy Theater after Edgar Elbakyan
  • Since 2000 - director, and from 2005 chief director of the Yerevan State Marionettes Theater.

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    Member of the Union of Cinematographers of RA. Member of the Union of Theatre Workers of RA.


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  • The White Bone
  • Face-to-wall
  • Where have you been, man of God?
  • The Thief
  • Silhouette
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  • Tavern
  • Elegy

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  • Irene - "The Eighth Day of the Creator" Kacha.
  • Girl - "Detention House Charents" Charents
  • Astghik "Higher Hell" by S. Papazian
  • Mary - "Ghosts" by E. de Filippo
  • Princess - "Crystal Love" L. Ustinov
  • Marguerite - "Mefistofele" by S. Aleshin
  • Solange - "The Sixth Floor."
  • Actor's work

  • Juliet - " Forty Days of Musa Dagh" by Franz Werfel.
  • Abbey - "Desire Under the Elms" Eugene O'Neill.
  • Lyalya - "Dear Elena" Lyudmila Razumovskaya.
  • Fanshetta - "Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro" by Pierre de Beaumarchais 1985
  • Valya - "The Bride of the North" J. Haroutunian.
  • Tatiana - "Finding Joy" Viktor Rozov.
  • Baiba - "Blow wind" John Rainis.
  • Author - "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui" Bertolt Brecht.
  • Armanda - "Life of Moliere," Mikhail Bulgakov.
  • Elsa - "Time of Your Life" by William Saroyan.
  • Agapi - "American adzhabsandal" Agassi Ayvazian.
  • Tom, Kitty - "Will you dance with me?" Based on the plays and short stories by William Saroyan.
  • Fat - "Red lights" Lily Elbakyan.
  • Katherine - "Suddenly, Last Summer" Tennessee Williams.
  • Alice - "Play Strindberg" Friedrich Dürrenmatt.
  • Maryam - "Belated bird" Author Anna and Armen Elbakyan.
  • Elmira - "Tartuffe ou L'Imposteur" Molière.
  • Helen - "Oscar" Claude Magnier 1996
  • Cordelia - "King Lear" by William Shakespeare 1996
  • Agnes - "Bowl of Kindness" by William Saroyan.
  • Queen - "The Cave Dwellers" by William Saroyan.
  • Willie, Kitty, Jig - "Willie, Kitty, Jig ..." Tennessee Williams, Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan.
  • Directing the work

    Yerevan State Marionettes Theatre

  • "The Princess and the Pea " Hans Christian Andersen 2010
  • "Thumbelina" Hans Christian Andersen 2008
  • "How brave rooster won a fox" is based on Russian folk tales in 2007
  • "Star of Hope" in the Biblical explanation of 2005
  • "A true friend" - R. Marukhyan 2002
  • "Creation of Peace" based on the Bible in 2002
  • "Winter's Tale" - Anna Elbakyan 2000
  • Prizes and awards

  • 2012 Armenian National Film Academy Award "Hayak" - the Best Actress
  • 2011 People of the Year 2010 «LUXURY» - the Best Actress
  • 2008 Armenian National Theater Academy Award "Artavazd" - the Best Actress
  • 2006 Prize of the Ministry of Culture of RA "Artist" - the Best Actress
  • 2005 Armenian National Theater Academy Award "Artavazd" - the Best Actress
  • 2001 "Gold Medal" of the Ministry of Culture of RA
  • References

    Anna Elbakyan Wikipedia

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