Vera Markovna Orlova (Russian: Ве́ра Ма́рковна Орло́ва; May 25, 1918 – September 16, 1993) was a Soviet Russian actress.
She graduated from the Moscow theatrical school in 1942 and started to work at the Mayakovsky Theater in Moscow. In 1974, she transferred to the Lenkom Theater. At the same time, she also actively starred in cinema and provided a voice in cartoons.
For many years, she also led the Sunday radio broadcast S dobrym utrom! (Good morning!).
A serious foot disease in the mid-1980s made it difficult for her to work. She died on September 16, 1993, in Moscow and was buried on the Donskoye cemetery.1945: Близнецы (Bliznetsy), as Liza Karasyova
1949: Happy Flight (Счастливый рейс), as Fenya
1954: Два друга (Dva druga), as the mother of Vitya Maleyev
1954: Об этом забывать нельзя (Ob etom zabyvat nelzya), as Glasha
1955: Private Ivan (Солдат Иван Бровкин), as Polina
1956: Драгоценный подарок (Dragotsenny podarko), as Sperantova
1956: Разные судьбы (Raznye sudby), as Nina Nikiforovna
1958: Ivan Brovkin on the State Farm (Иван Бровкин на целине), as Polina
1959: Косолапый друг (Kosolapy drug), as a cafeteria attendant
1959: Растеряева улица (Rasteryayeva ulitsa), as Piskaryova
1962: Семь нянек (Sem nyanek), as Shamskaya
1976: The Twelve Chairs by Mark Zakharov, as Yelena Stanislavovna Bour
1976: Это мы не проходили (Eto my ne prokhodili)
1979: С любимыми не расставайтесь (S lyubimymi ne rasstavaytes), as an apartment swapper
1983: Воробей на льду (Vorobey na ldu), as a door-woman