| 9 June 2005, Moscow, Russia|
Ivan Ulyanov, Anna Ulyanova-Kocherzhenko
The Pokrovsky Gate, Burnt by the Sun, A Slave of Love
Anatoli Ravikovich, Viktor Bortsov, Sofia Stanislavovna Pilyavskaya, Leonid Bronevoy, Mikhail Kozakov
Inna Ivanovna Ulyanova (Russian: Инна Ивановна Ульянова; June 30, 1934 – June 9, 2005) was a Soviet and Russian film and stage actress, singer and comic character roles, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1989), winner of the State Prize of Russian Federation (2000).
Inna Ulyanova Wikipedia
Inna Ulyanova was born June 30, 1934 in Gorlovka in the family of Ivan Ulyanov (1906–1991) and Anna Ulyanova-Kocherzhenko (1911–2007). In 1957 she graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute.
from 1957 to 1963 he served in the Saint Petersburg Comedy Theatre. From 1964 to 1993 – Taganka Theatre.
The actress died from cirrhosis of the liver 9 June 2005 in an ambulance, which caused the neighbors of the Inna, a week does not open the door to the apartment to anyone. Buried in the Vagankovo cemetery in Moscow.1956 – Carnival Night
1969 – Late Flowers
1973 – Seventeen Moments of Spring
1975–94 – Yeralash
1976 – A Slave of Love
1977–92 – Fitil
1982 – The Pokrovsky Gate
1985 – Do not go, girls, get married
1989 – How Dark the Nights Are on the Black Sea
1994 – Burnt by the Sun