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Nina Ruslanova

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Occupation  Actress
Children  Olesya Ruslanova
Years active  1967 - presents
Ex-spouse  Ravkat Gabitov
Nina Ruslanova
Born  5 December 1945 (age 71) (1945-12-05) Bogoduhov, Kharkiv Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Awards  Nika Award for Best Actress
Movies  Viy, Afonya, Heart of a Dog, My Friend Ivan Lapshin, What Men Talk About
Similar  Kira Muratova, Vladimir Tolokonnikov, Oleg Stepchenko, Vladimir Bortko, Nina Usatova

Nina Ivanovna Ruslanova (Russian: Нина Ивановна Русланова; born 5 December 1945) is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress. She is a People's Artist of Russia (1998).

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Biography

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In late winter 1945 in Bohodukhiv was found a two-month girl, defined in an orphan. Ruslanova gave her surname inspector orphanages Kharkiv region, Nina herself it did not choose, however, as the first name Ivanovna that she was given to an orphanage.

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Prior to his age Nina Ruslanova had five children's homes in the Kharkiv region, graduated from college with a degree in construction plasterer, then entered the Kharkiv Theatre Institute, where he studied for one course.

Leaving from Kharkiv to Moscow and enrolled in 1969 graduated Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute. Since 1969 - the actress Vakhtangov Theater, in 1985-1988 - Mayakovsky Theatre.

Acting in movies since 1967 (the first role - Nadezhda in the film by Kira Muratova Brief Encounters).

Selected filmography

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  • 1967 - Brief Encounters (Короткие встречи) as Nadezhda, housekeeper
  • 1975 - Afonya (Афоня) as Tamara
  • 1980 - Do Not Shoot at White Swans (Не стреляйте в белых лебедей) as Haritina Makarovna
  • 1982 - Tears Were Falling (Слёзы капали) as Dina, girlfriend Vasin's
  • 1982 - Stopped Train (Остановился поезд) as Maria Ignatyevna, party secretary
  • 1982 - Be my husband (Будьте моим мужем) as Albina Petrovna
  • 1983 - Among Grey Stones (Среди серых камней) as housekeeper
  • 1984 - My Friend Ivan Lapshin (Мой друг Иван Лапшин) as Natasha Adashova
  • 1985 - Do not go, girls, get married (Не ходите, девки, замуж) as Anisa Ilinichna
  • 1986 - Kin-dza-dza! (Кин-дза-дза) as Galina Borisovna
  • 1987 - Tomorrow Was the War as Comrade Polyakova
  • 1988 - Heart of a Dog (Собачье сердце) as Darya Petrovna Ivanova
  • 1991 - Promised Heaven (Небеса обетованные) as Jeanne's aunt, dressmaker from Tver
  • 1991 - Afghan Breakdown (Афганский излом) as Tatyana
  • 1992 - Melochi zhizni (Мелочи жизни) as Natalia Evdokimovna
  • 1998 - The Circus Burned Down, and the Clowns Have Gone (Цирк сгорел, и клоуны разбежались) as Toma
  • 1998 - Mama Don't Cry (Мама, не горюй) as Tanya's mother
  • 1998 - Khrustalyov, My Car! (Хрусталёв, машину!) as wife of General
  • 2002 - Chekhov's Motifs (Чеховские мотивы)
  • 2004 - The Tuner (Настройщик) as Lyuba
  • 2004 - My Fair Nanny (Моя прекрасная няня) as aunt Faya
  • 2006 - My Love (voice)
  • 2007 - The Irony of Fate 2 (Ирония Судьбы. Продолжение) as neighbor
  • 2010 - What Men Talk About (О чем говорят мужчины) as hotel administrator
  • 2011 - Once Upon a Time There Lived a Simple Woman (Жила-была одна баба) as Kryachiha
  • 2014 - Viy (Вий) as wife Yavtukh's
  • References

    Nina Ruslanova Wikipedia


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