| Natalya Igorevna Seleznyova|
19 June 1945 (age 70) (1945-06-19) Moscow, Soviet Union
Vladimir Andreyev (m. 1968)
Elena Seleznyova, Igor Polinkovskiy
Ivan Vasilievich: Back to th, Operation Y and Shurik's, It Can't Be!, The Theme
Aleksandr Demyanenko, Vladimir Andreyev, Leonid Gaidai, Natalya Varley, Mikhail Pugovkin
Natalya Igorevna Seleznyova (Russian: Ната́лья И́горевна Селезнёва; born 19 June 1945) is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress.
She first took the stage at the age of Natalya, participating in the Red Army Theatre plays. Her notable cinema work includes roles in films directed by Leonid Gaidai, like Operation Y and Shurik's Other Adventures and Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future.
In 1966 she graduated from the Theatre School named Boris Shchukin (course of Boris Zakhava) and became an actress of Moscow Academic Theatre of Satire. In 1968, on the set of film "Caliph-Stork" met with the actor Vladimir Andreyev, whom she married.
In the 1970s she became famous in the USSR as one of the main characters in "The 13 Chairs Pub" TV series. In addition, the popular actress owes much television "The 13 Chairs Pub", where she shone in the role of a charming Mrs. Katarina.
In 2014, Seleznyova became an assistant to the Children's Rights Commissioner for the President of the Russian Federation (children's ombudsman).
Natalya Seleznyova, actress of the Moscow Satire Theatre.Honored Artist of the RSFSR (30 September 1981)
People's Artist of Russia (2 May 1996)
Order of Friendship (1 December 2006)
Order of Honour (Russia) (16 July 2015)
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