|Children Maria Zerchaninova|
Siblings Leonid Hertser
|Nationality Russian, Soviet|
|Born December 12, 1946 (age 70)Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, USSR (1946-12-12) |
Spouse Yuri Leonidovich Zerchaninov (m. ?–2009)
Parents Boris Herzer, Polina Weinstein
Similar Vladimir Vinokur, Efim Shifrin, Svetlana Rozhkova, Sergey Drobotenko, Yelena Stepanenko
Klara Borisovna Novikova (Russian: Клаpа Бopисoвна Нoвикoва; born Herzer (Russian: Ге́рцер), December 12, 1946, Kiev) is a Soviet and Russian pop artist, humorist. Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1992), People's Artist of Russia (1997). Members of the Public Council of the Russian Jewish Congress.
Klara Novikova was born December 12, 1946 in Kiev, in the family of a war veteran, director of a shoe store at the hem, Boris Herzer and housewives Polina Weinstein. She graduated from the Kiev studio variety circus art and Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.
In 1974 he became the winner of the All-Union Competition entertainers, chairman of the jury which was Arkady Raikin. In 1976 he went to work in Mosconcert and settled in Moscow.
Since 1992, Klara Novikova working in the Moscow theater pop miniatures, headed Mikhail Zhvanetsky.
In 2010, together with the Gesher Theater Klara Novikova first tried his hand in the role of a dramatic actress, playing the lead female role in the play The Late Love (directed by Yevgeny Aryeh on the play by Valery Muharyamov In the Shadow of the vineyard, written on the story by Nobel Prize winner Isaac Bashevis Singer).