Natalya Vavilova

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Natalya Vavilova
Born Natalya Dmitrievna Vavilova
(1959-01-26) 26 January 1959 (age 58)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
Occupation Actress
Years active 1974—1991

Natalya Dmitrievna Vavilova (Russian: Наталья Дмитриевна Вавилова, born 26 January 1959) is a Russian film actress.

Biography[edit]

Vavilova started her career as an actress at the age of fourteen. She appeared in several pictures in supporting roles. In 1984, Natalya Vavilova graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography, studying under Yevgeny Matveyev, an acclaimed Russian actor and director.[1] Her classmate was Alim Kouliev. Success and fame brought her the role of Aleksandra Tikhomirova in the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film picture Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears.[2]

While being filmed for the picture Nikolai Podvoisky, she fell from a horse and suffered a spinal trauma. Her last film was The Sukhovo-Kobylin Case. After she accomplished that work, Natalya Vavilova stopped pursuing her acting career. Since that time she has avoided all contacts with the press. She lives with her husband, Russian film director Samvel Gasparov, in a house twelve kilometers from Moscow. She is involved in floriculture and philanthropy.

Filmography[edit]

  • The Sukhovo-Kobylin Case (1991) (TV)
  • Road Hawks (1990)
  • Nayezdniki (1987)
  • The Barman from "Golden Anchor"
  • The Time of Sons
  • Do Not Marry, Girls
  • Poyezd vne raspisaniya (1985)
  • My Elected (1984)
  • Goldfishes (1983)
  • The Doctor's Pupil (1983)
  • We Weren't Married in Church (1982)
  • The Driver for One Trip (1981) (TV)
  • Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears (1979)
  • Polovodye (1980)
  • Invasion (1980)
  • Chest of Drawers Was Lead Through the Street
  • Red Diplomatic Couriers
  • Practical Joke (1976)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Evgeniy Matveyev" (in Russian). :rusactors.ru. Retrieved September 25, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Natalya Vavilova" (in Russian). кино-театр.ру. Retrieved September 25, 2009. 

External links[edit]

(in Russian)