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Soviet Russian actress Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya

Soviet Russian actress Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya

Was there Carotin? 1989 film directed by Gennady Polok. Soviet Russian actress Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya

Soviet Russian actress Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya
Born on January 26, 1960, Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya – the famous dubbing actress. In fact, everyone in the Soviet Union knew and loved her voice, which literally hypnotized everyone. However, few knew her face. And the riddle is simple. She was the voice of the first Brazilian TV series shown in the USSR (16 October 1986).
In fact, “Slave Izaura” was incredibly popular among Soviet people. Firstly, the positive heroine was an honest, unhappy and oppressed girl (voiced by Elena Bushueva). Secondly, it stigmatized slavery. And third, it was the first soap opera in the USSR.
Meanwhile, specially for the USSR, the telenovela was re-assembled into a format more customary for the Soviet viewer – 15 series for 60-70 minutes. The first 5 series of the television series appeared on Central Television on October 16-20, 1988, the sequel – February 26 – March 7, 1989. And in September 1990, at the request of viewers, the Central television repeated the series.

Russian actress Elena Bushueva. Photographer Maria Terr

Russian actress Elena Bushueva. Photographer Maria Terr

Now, back to Elena Bushueva. In 1981, she entered the Shchepkinsky Theater School at the Maly Theater. After graduating from it, she moved to Siberia! In particular, she worked in the company of the Tomsk Drama Theater. There, she made her debut in the role of Lucy Merikur in the play “Be Healthy, Monsieur” by P. Chenot.

However, in 1989, Bushueva returned to Moscow, where she joined the Moscow Art Theater of Gorky. Then she started acting in the cinema. Her debut is the role of Lucy in the film “Was there Carotine?” (1990). Prior to the meeting with famous Soviet director Leonid Gaidai, she managed to star in three films: “Women’s Day” (1990, nurse Lena), “My husband is an alien” (1990, patient of a dentist), and “Suicide” (1990; Margarita Ivanovna). And immediately in the year of filming with Gaidai, the actress simultaneously acted in four more films: “Butterflies” (1991, woman in the hospital), “And the wind returns” (1991, woman celebrating the Independence Day of Israel), “Taganka Walking Tanks” (1991, nurse), and “Russian brothers” (1991; Dunya).

After the meeting with Gaidai, Bushuyeva will appear in several other films: “Womanizer-2” (1992, bride), “Ballad for Byron” (1992, Bulgarian woman), “Detonator” (1992, Madame), etc.

In 1995, she will leave the Moscow Art Theater and will participate in the plays of the theatrical enterprise “Independent Theater Project”. In addition, she will be engaged in the production of serials. She also sounded the actress Suzanne Vieira in “The Secret of the Tropic”, “Women in Love”, etc.

As for the filming in the movie, Bushuyeva is actively work in TV series (there are more than thirty of them on her account.)

Soviet Russian actress Elena Bushueva-Tsekhanskaya

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