Irina Muravyova

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Irina Muravyova
Ири́на Муравьёва
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Muravyova as Arkadina in The Seagull
Born Irina Vadimovna Muravyova
(1949-02-08) February 8, 1949 (age 68)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Russian
Education Russian Academy of Theatre Arts
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Leonid Ejdlin

Irina Vadimovna Muravyova (Russian: Ири́на Вади́мовна Муравьёва; born February 8, 1949) is a Russian film, television and stage actress, who is most well known for her performances in Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears (1979), Karnaval (1981), The Most Charming and Attractive (1985) and her work in Maly Theatre of Moscow (since 1993).[1] She was awarded with USSR State Prize, Order of Merit for the Fatherland and Order of Honour.

Biography[edit]

Muravyova was born on February 8, 1949 in Moscow, Russia. In 1982 she graduated from Russian Academy of Theatre Arts. Her first minor film role was in Deti Don-Kikhota. Her first major film appearance was in the 1974 film A Very English Murder.[1] Her early works include Au-u! (1975) and Duenya (1976). Muravyova gained popularity after appearing in the 1979 film Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears.[1]

Her other screen appearances include such films as Okhota na lis (1980), My, nizhepodpisavshiyesya (1981), Ruki vverkh! (1982), Neveroyatnoye pari (1984), God telyonka (1986), Babnik (1990), Kogda opazdyvayut v ZAGS (1991), Bolshoy kapkan (1992), Eta zhenshchina v okne (1993). She voiced the Queen's Bichon in Dog in Boots film.[2]

Muravyova is married to a film director Leonid Eidlin. They had two sons: Daniil (b. 1975) and Eugeniy (b. 1983).

Filmography[edit]

Honours and awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Samaya obayatelnaya i privlekatelnaya" (in Russian). Art Mozaika. January 29, 2009. Retrieved 1 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Russian animation in letters and figures. Movies. Dog in Boots" [Российская анимация в буквах и фигурах. Фильмы. "Пес в сапогах"] (in Russian). Animator.ru. Retrieved 2 May 2010. 

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