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Irina Skobtseva


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Sergei Bondarchuk (m. 1959–1994)

Fedor Bondarchuk, Yelena Bondarchuk

Konstantin Skobtsev, Yulia Skobtseva

Sergei Bondarchuk, Konstantin Kryukov, Sergey Bondarchuk, Varvara Bondarchuk

War and Peace, Othello, Artistka, Splendid Days, Mary Poppins - Goodbye

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Irina Konstantinovna Skobtseva (Russian: Ирина Константиновна Скобцева; born 22 August 1927) is a Russian/Soviet actress and second wife of Sergei Bondarchuk.


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Early life and career

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Skobtseva appeared in Othello in 1955 along with Sergei Bondarchuk.

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She played Pierre Bezukhov's wife Elena Kuragina Bezukhova in the juggernaut War and Peace – a husband-wife pairing, as Pierre was played by Bondarchuk himself. She also had a small cameo role in the 1970s film Waterloo as a French woman who followed her husband to the battlefield.


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She semi-retired in the 1980s, but has made some appearances on television since.

Personal life

She first met Bondarchuk shooting Othello, and they married a year later. His second wife, Skobtseva is the mother of Elena Bondarchuk and Fyodor Bondarchuk.

Selected filmography

  • A Unique Spring (1957) as Claudia Novozhilova
  • Splendid Days (1960) as Marianna
  • Walking the Streets of Moscow (1963) as Nadya
  • Thirty Three (1965) as Vera Sergeyevna
  • Zigzag of Success (1968) as Lidia Sergeevna, photographer
  • Boris Godunov (1986) as the innkeeper
  • Honours and awards

  • Honoured Artist of the RSFSR (1965)
  • People's Artist of the RSFSR (1974)
  • Order of Friendship (1997)
  • References

    Irina Skobtseva Wikipedia