Galina Sergeyeva

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Galina Ermolayevna Sergeyeva also Sergeeva (Russian: Гали́на Ермола́евна Серге́ева; February 2, 1914 – August 1, 2000) was a Russian actress and an Emeritus Artist of Russian Soviet Socialist Republic.

From 1930, she was an actress at the Theatre-Studio led by Ruben Simonov. In 1939-1944 she was an actress of the Theatre of Leninsky Comsomol. In 1952-1956 she worked in the Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow. She was the second wife of the famous Soviet opera singer Ivan Kozlovsky. They had two daughters.


She played the main roles in the following films:

  • "Pyshka" ("Пышка" - "The Puff-Girl", director Mikhail Romm 1934 - the role of Mademoiselle Bousse)
  • "Lyubov Alyony" ("Любовь Алены" - "Alyona’s Love", 1934)
  • "Vesennie dni" ("Весенние дни" - "The Spring Days", a comedy, 1934)
  • "Myach i Serdse" ("Мяч и сердце" - "The Ball and the Heart") 1935
  • "Gobsec" (1936)
  • "Budni" ("Будни" - "Black-letter Days") - dramatic story, 1940)
  • "Aktrisa" ("Актриса" - "Actress", dramatic story, 1943)

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