Natalya Arinbasarova

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Natalya Arinbasarova
Natalya Arinbasarova 1966.jpg
Arinbasarova at the 1966 Venice Film Festival
Born (1946-09-24) 24 September 1946 (age 71)
Moscow, USSR
Occupation Actress
Years active 1965–present

Natalya Utevlevna Arinbasarova (Russian: Наталья Утевлевна Аринбасарова, Kazakh: Наталья Өтеуліқызы Орынбасарова; born 24 September 1946 in Moscow)[1] is a Russian actress. She appeared in more than thirty films since 1965. From 1966 to 1969 she was married to director Andrei Konchalovsky and gave birth to a son Yegor who later also became a prominent film director. She later remarried, to cinematographer Nikolai Dvigubskiy. They had a daughter, Katya Dvigubskaya, who later became an actress and film director. Arinbasarova married third time to director Eldor Urazbayev, with whom she worked on several films. Arinbasarova retained good relationships with all her husbands, who supported her both children through their studies and film careers.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

Film
Year1985 Title Role Notes
2011 Returning to the 'A'
(Возвращение в "А")
grandma
2005 Escape
(Спасение)
director of children's home
1989 Entrance to the Labyrinth
(Вход в лабиринт)
Rashida Ramazanova
1987 Visit to Minotaur
(Визит к Минотавру)
Marina Kolesnikova
1985 One Second for a Feat Nurse
1969 Dzhamilya
(Джамиля)
Dzhamilya
1967 By the Lake
(У озера)
ballerina Katya Olzoeva
1965 The first teacher
(Первый учитель)
Altynay

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