Nadezhda Vasilievna Rumyantseva is a Soviet actress who is widely known for her work in cinema. Despite her talent and charisma, she appeared on the stage only in her early years, after graduating from the institute.
The most amazing and brightest actress of Soviet cinema! Lyudmila Khityaeva
Nature generously endowed her with beauty and talent. She shone on screens since the late 50s, giving the audience vivid, memorable images of her heroines. Lyudmila Khityaeva was loved and loved by millions – for her simplicity, sincerity and cheerful disposition.
Valentina Talyzina has been working at the Theater im. Moscow City Council. She played in performances based on the works of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Alexander Ostrovsky, Tennessee Williams and Bertolt Brecht and in films by well-known Russian directors. Talyzina also voiced the heroine of Barbara Brylskaya in the film “The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!” and mother of Uncle Fyodor in the cartoon “Three from Prostokvashino”.
Nikolai Karachentsov worked for almost 40 years at Lenkom (now the Moscow State Theater Lenkom Mark Zakharov). World fame brought him the role of Count Rezanov in the rock opera Juno and Avos. Films with the participation of Karachentsov were popular among domestic viewers: “The Elder Son”, “The Adventures of Electronics”, “The Man from the Capuchin Boulevard”. And the actor also learned to play the guitar with Vladimir Vysotsky and played tennis with Boris Yeltsin.
Anastasia Vertinskaya became a famous actress when she was only 15 years old. She became famous for her roles in the films Scarlet Sails and Amphibian Man. Already at the age of 18, Vertinskaya was invited to the troupe of the Moscow Drama Theater. A.S. Pushkin. She starred in the films of Mikhail Kozakov, Georgy Danelia, Sergei Bondarchuk, played in the Moscow Art Theater and Sovremennik. Vertinskaya became known not only in the USSR, but also abroad, where she was considered the “Soviet Vivien Leigh”.
Yuri Petrovich Kugach was born in 1917 in Suzdal.
In 1936 he graduated from the Moscow Fine Art School in memory of 1905. He studied under N. P. Krymov and K. F. Morozov. In 1942 he graduated from the Moscow State Art Institute, in the same place in 1945 postgraduate studies with S. V. Gerasimov, N. K. Maksimov, I. E. Grabar.
Director Andrey Konchalovsky has made more than 30 films in Russia and abroad, staged several operas on famous world stages and four major Chekhov plays at the Theater. Moscow City Council. His wife, actress Yulia Vysotskaya, participated in many of these projects. Konchalovsky’s paintings “House of Fools”, “Paradise” and “Dear Comrades!” were nominated for an Oscar, and his cooking show Eating at Home! became one of the long-livers on Russian television.