Lillian Malkina

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Lillian Malkina
Born
Lillian Solomonovna Malkina [1]

(1938-07-14) July 14, 1938 (age 80)
Years active1960 - present

Lillian Malkina (born July 14, 1938, in Tallinn) is a Soviet and Russian actress. Since 1992 - the Czech theater and film actress.

Biography[edit]

Since childhood, she attended drama club, where she trained with Vladimir Korenev, Larisa Luzhina, Vitali Konyayev. In 1960 she graduated from the Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy. and became an actress Tallinn Russian Drama. Then she changed many theaters in Leningrad and Moscow.[2] All theaters Lillian Malkina was densely populated in the repertoire, played distinguishing, comedy roles.

Since 1992, lives and works in Prague (Czech Republic), was withdrawn in the European cinema and Czech television series, playing in five theaters simultaneously.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1965 — The Big Cat's Tale
  • 1970 — Attention, Turtle! as Vova's grandmother
  • 1977 — Steppe as Rosa
  • 1978 — Leaving - leave as Nina Grigoryevna
  • 1981 — Where did Fomenko? as Korobkina
  • 1987 — Island of Lost Ships as Frida
  • 1989 — Rouen Virgin Nicknamed Pyshka as old nun
  • 1992 — White Clothes as Professor Pobiyaho
  • 1994 — Giorgino as Mrs.Vennepeyn
  • 1996 — The Adventures of Pinocchio as woman in laundry
  • 1997 — Kolya as Tamara, Kolya's grandmother [3]
  • 1999 — Le sourire du Clown as bag lady
  • 2000 — Geisterjäger John Sinclair as nurse
  • 2001 — On behalf of Baron as Ethel
  • 2006 — Ro(c)k podvraťáků as Radek's grandmother
  • 2006 — Fascination of Evil as nurse
  • 2007 — Hostel: Part II as make-up woman
  • 2007 — Grindhouse as the Grandmother (segment 'Thanksgiving')
  • 2008 — Pani Malkina — Czech Ranevskaya as himself
  • 2008 — Taková normální rodinka as Babicka
  • 2008 — Ošklivka Katka
  • 2010 — Občanský průkaz as Míta's Grandmother
  • 2013 — Mirrors

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