Marina Golub

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Marina Golub
Born (1957-12-08)8 December 1957
Moscow, Soviet Union
Died 9 October 2012(2012-10-09) (aged 54)[1]
Moscow, Russia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1980–2012

Marina Grigorievna Golub (Russian: Марина Григорьевна Голуб; 8 December 1957 — 9 October 2012) was a Russian film, television and stage actress. Most well known for her performances in Russian television program Morning Mail, Ah, Semenovna, Girls, Travelling Naturalist.

Her father – GRU Colonel Grigori E. Golub (1923-2014), a former military intelligence officer, served as consul in Finland[2] and his mother – actress Ludmila Golub, played in the Theater Gogol. Grandfather – Efim Samoilovich Golub, at one time was the People's Commissar of Finance of the Ukrainian SSR (arrested in 1937). In 1979 she graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School. From 2002 to 2012 she played on stage in the Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre.

Murdered in Moscow on the night of 9 to 10 October 2012 in a road accident.[3]

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