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Nina Urgant

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Occupation  actress
Children  Andrey Urgant
Years active  1953–present
Grandchildren  Ivan Urgant, Maria Urgant

Full Name  Nina Nikolayevna Urgant
Born  September 4, 1929 (age 87) (1929-09-04) Luga, Leningrad Oblast, USSR
Parents  Nikolai Urgant, Maria Petrovna Urgant
Ex-spouses  Gennadi Voropayev, Kirill Laskari, Lev Milinder, Gennadij Voropayev
Movies  The Byelorussian Station, Bonus, Twelfth Night, Volshebnaya sila iskusstva, The Overcoat
Similar  Ivan Urgant, Andrey Urgant, Natalia Kiknadze, Kirill Laskari, Valeriya Kiselyova

Nina Nikolayevna Urgant (Russian: Ни́на Никола́евна У́ргант; born September 4, 1929) is a Soviet and Russian film and stage actress. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1974).

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Family

  • Father - Nikolay Andreevich Urgant, Estonian, People's Commissariat of Internal Affairs officer.
  • Mother - Maria Petrovna Urgant - Russian.
  • The family had four children: two brothers and two sisters.


  • Her first husband - actor Lev Milinder
  • Son - actor Andrey Urgant
  • Grandson - TV presenter Ivan Urgant
  • Great-granddaughter Nina
  • Great granddaughter Valeria
  • Granddaughter, Maria, lives in the Netherlands,
  • Great grandson Emir, lives in the Netherlands,
  • Second husband - actor Gennady Voropayev.
  • Third husband - choreographer Kirill Lascari.
  • Selected filmography


  • 1954 - Tiger Tamer as Olechka Mikhailova
  • 1955 - Twelfth Night as maidservant
  • 1957 - The street is full of surprises as resting in the Peterhof park
  • 1958 - There were soldiers ... as Widow
  • 1959 - The Overcoat as lady of easy virtue
  • 1962 - Introduction to Life as Volodya's mother
  • 1963 - Meet Baluyev! as Dusya Baluyeva
  • 1964 - Mother and stepmother as Katherina
  • 1970 - Belorussian Station as Raisa, former nurse
  • 1975 - Bonus as Dina
  • 1975 - For the Rest of His Life as Aunt Laundry
  • 1984 - Time for rest from Saturday to Monday as ship passengers
  • 2005 - Streets of Broken Lights 6 as Elena Petrovna
  • 2008 - Asian as Oshkinchiha



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    References

    Nina Urgant Wikipedia


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