Lyubov Polishchuk

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Lyubov Grigoryevna Polishchuk (Russian: Любо́вь Григо́рьевна Полищу́к; May 21, 1949 – November 28, 2006) was a popular Russian actress.

She was born in the Siberian city of Omsk. After school she decided to become an actress and moved to Moscow. She made her debut in cinema in 1976 in the popular comedy film 12 stulyev (The Twelve Chairs) in 1977, which was directed by Mark Zakharov.

Lyubov Polishchuk died of sarcoma in Moscow in 2006, aged 57. She was buried at the Troyekurovskoye Cemetery.

She also played in:

  • Zolotaya mina (Golden Mine) (1977)
  • 31 iyunya (31st of June) (1978)
  • Priklyucheniya printsa Florizelya (The Adventures of Prince Florisel) (1979)
  • Prezumpciya Nevinovnosti (The presumption of innocence)
  • Interdevochka (Intergirl) (1989)
  • Moya moryachka (My Seawoman) (1990)
  • Babnik (Ladies Man) (1990) (by Anatoliy Eiramdzhan)
  • Shirli-Myrli (What a Mess!) (1995) (by Vladimir Menshov)
  • Tikhiye omuty (Still Waters) (2000) (by Eldar Ryazanov)

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This article incorporates information from the Russian Wikipedia.

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