Marina Zudina

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Marina Zudina
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Born Marina Vyacheslavovna Zudina
(1965-09-03) 3 September 1965 (age 49)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Actress
Years active 1985-present
Spouse(s) Oleg Tabakov
Children Pavel (b. 1995) and Maria (b. April 2006)

Marina Vyacheslavovna Zudina (born 3 September 1965) is a Russian actress of theatre and cinema.[1] People's Artist of Russia. Meritorious Artist (1995).[2]

Early Life[edit]

Marina Zudina was born in Moscow. Her father was a journalist and her mother was a music teacher. In childhood Marina did not show any talent for dancing and singing, therefore she did not participate in amateur performances. Moreover in school she often failed to enrol different hobby groups. One day she tried to enter musical school, but was rejected. So, her mother decided to teach her. Marina started to take lessons of dance and singing. She liked them and made sound progress in both. That success raised her self-esteem much. When she was nine, Marina dreamt about career as an opera singer. One year later she took to ballet and even tried to enter choreography school, but failed due to her age. In high school she decided to become an actress and started to prepare to enter theater school of Oleg Tabakov (she was aimed to enter only that school). She worked hard getting prepare herself (for a year she visited phoniatrist to improve her singing) and passed exams successfully. Zudina graduated from State Institute for Theatre Arts in 1986 (monitors О.Tabakov and А. Leontiev) and soon she got job in theatre-studio of O. Tabakov in Moscow (being a student she played in several movies). Zudina started an affair with her teacher Tabakov. Nine years later they got married. They are happy together and have two kids: Pavel (1995) and Maria (April 2006).[2]

Roles in movies[edit]

  • 1985 — Still love, still hope (Ещё люблю, ещё надеюсь)
  • 1985 — Return of Budulai (Возвращение Будулая)
  • 1985 — Valentin and Valentina (Валентин и Валентина) — Valentina
  • 1985 — Personal case of judge Ivanova (Личное дело судьи Ивановой)
  • 1985 — After rain on Thursday (После дождичка в четверг) — Milolika
  • 1986 — The trip of monsenior Perrishone (Путешествие мсье Перришона)
  • 1986 — Down the main street with orchestra (По главной улице с оркестром) — Ksyusha
  • 1987 — Youth's games (Забавы молодых)
  • 1989 — Limited life (Жизнь по лимиту)
  • 1989 — The noble outlaw Vladimir Dubrovski (Благородный разбойник Владимир Дубровский) — Masha
  • 1990 — Cutie (Мордашка)
  • 1990 — Under auroras (Под северным сиянием) — Anna
  • 1992 — Исповедь содержанки
  • 1992 — The 30th must be terminated! (Тридцатого уничтожить!)
  • 1995 — Mute Witness (Немой свидетель) / Mute Witness
  • 1995 — Tribunal (Трибунал)
  • 1996 — Golden mist (Золотой туман)
  • 1996 — Funny stuff, family stuff (Дела смешные, дела семейные)
  • 1998 — Two steps from sky (В двух шагах от неба)
  • 2002 — Behind the curtains (За кулисами)
  • 2005 — Esenin (Есенин) — Zinaida Reih
  • 2006 — Aide de camps of Love (Адъютанты любви) — Aglaya Lanskaya
  • 2007 — Jubilee (Юбилей) — Kira
  • 2009 — Not alone (Неодинокие)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Marina Zudina". gazillionmovies.com. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Moscow Art Theatre: Marina Zudina". mxat.ru. Retrieved 4 November 2010. 

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