Natalya Lisenko

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Natalya Lisenko
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Born Natalya Andrianovna Lisenko
(1884-08-10)10 August 1884
Mykolaiv, Russian Empire
Died 7 October 1969(1969-10-07) (aged 85)
Paris, France
Occupation Actress

Natalya Lisenko (Russian: Наталья Андриановна Лисенко; August 10, 1884, Mykolaiv – October 7, 1969, Paris) was a Russian actress, a star of silent film.

She was the niece of the composer Mykola Lysenko.[1]

In 1904 she left school at Moscow Art Theatre and started to work at theaters of Russia with the husband Nikolai Radin. After they were divorced, Natalya Lisenko became the wife of the known actor Ivan Mozzhukhin. She became not only his wife, but also the constant partner.

The first role at cinema — Katyusha Maslova in the film “Katyusha Maslova” of director Pyotr Chardynin (under Leo Tolstoy's novel "Resurrection").[2]

In 1920 Natalya Lisenko with her husband and several more actors left Russia and lived in Paris. In Paris she continued to act in films and was the constant partner of her spouse.

She died in Paris and buried in a cemetery Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois Russian Cemetery near her husband Ivan Mozzhukhin.[2]

Roles in cinema[edit]

  • 1915 — film: Катюша Маслова / Katyusha Maslova — role: Katyusha Maslova
  • 1915 — Леон Дрей — Berth
  • 1915 — На окраинах Москвы — Vasilisa, a cook
  • 1915 — Наташа Проскурова — Natasha
  • 1915 — Николай Ставрогин
  • 1915 — Тайна нижегородской ярмарки
  • 1916 — Без вины виноватые — Kruchinina
  • 1916 — Грех — Yelena
  • 1916 — Жизнь — миг, искусство — вечно
  • 1916 — И песнь осталась недопетой — a countess Валишевская
  • 1916 — Любовь сильна не страстью поцелуя — a singer in cabaret
  • 1916 — На бойком месте — Yevgenia
  • 1916 — Нищая — an actress
  • 1916 — Суд божий — Rybtsova
  • 1916 — Сын гадалки — a fortuneteller
  • 1916 — Ястребиное гнездо — Глаша, любовница Осоргина
  • 1917 — Во власти греха — Елена
  • 1917 — Горькая доля — Катерина
  • 1917 — Кулисы экрана — actress Natalya Lisenko (cameo)
  • 1917 — Не говорите мне, он умер — Jeanna, the wife of the artist
  • 1917 — Отец Сергий (Father Sergius) — a widow Makovkina
  • 1917 — Прокурор — actress Бетти Клай
  • 1917 — Сатана ликующий (Satan Triumphant) — Esfire
  • 1918 — Богатырь духа — Iza
  • 1918 — Малютка Элли — Клара Кларсон
  • 1918 — Немой страж — The mistress of the count
  • 1918 — Черная стая
  • 1918 — Член парламента
  • 1919 — Голгофа женщины
  • 1919 — Наследник по заказу
  • 1919 — Ответный удар
  • 1919 — Тайна королевы — Queen
  • 1920 — L’angoissante aventure — Yvonne
  • 1921 — Tempêtes (France) — Sonia
  • 1921 — Дитя карнавала (France)
  • 1921 — Закон и любовь
  • 1921 — Justice d’abord (France) — Ивонна
  • 1921 — Слуга слепого долга
  • 1922 — Голос совести
  • 1922 — La Fille sauvage (France) — Jacqueline Gervoise
  • 1922 — Nuit de Carnaval (France)
  • 1922 — La Riposte
  • 1923 — Когда дьявол спит
  • 1923 — Le Brasier Ardent (France) — Woman
  • 1923 — Calvaire d’amour (France) — Hélène Brémond
  • 1923 — Проходящие тени
  • 1923 — Страшное приключение (Germany, France) — Clarisse
  • 1923 — L’Angoissante aventure (France)
  • 1924 — Kean ou Desordre et Genie (France)
  • 1924 — Le Lion de Mogols — Anna
  • 1924 — Les Ombres qui passent (France)
  • 1925 — L’Affiche (France)
  • 1926 — Савур-могила
  • The Loves of Casanova (1927)
  • 1927 — En rade (France)
  • 1928 — Rasputins Liebesabenteuer (Germany) — Frau Tatarinoff
  • 1928 — Пять страшных дней (Germany)
  • 1928 — Hurrah! Ich lebe! (Germany)
  • 1930 — Nuits de princes
  • 1932 — Mirages de Paris
  • 1932 — Ce cochon de Morin (France)
  • 1933 — La mille et deuxième nuit — Fatima
  • 1939 — Le veau gras — La dame de compagnie

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