Olga Ostroumova

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Olga Ostroumova
Born Olga Mikhailovna Ostroumova
(1947-09-21) September 21, 1947 (age 69)
Buguruslan, Orenburg Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actress
Years active 1968–present
Spouse(s) Boris Annaberdiyev
(m.?-?)
Mikhail Levitin
(m.1970-1993; 2 children)
Valentin Gaft
(m.1996-present)
Children Olga Levitina (b. 1975)
Mikhail Levitin, Jr. (b. 1983)
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Olga Mikhailovna Ostroumova (Russian: О́льга Миха́йловна Остроу́мова; born 21 September 1947) is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress. Best known for her roles in films We'll Live Till Monday (1968, her debut), The Dawns Here Are Quiet (1972, Italian Silver Nymph Award), Vasily and Vasilisa (1981).

In 1979 Olga Ostroumova was awarded the USSR State Prize; in 1993 - the title People's Artist of Russia.[1]

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Olga Ostroumova was born in Buguruslan, Orenburg Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. In 1970, she graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in Moscow. Her film debut as a high school student in Monday Sure Will Come (Доживём до понедельника, 1968) brought her immediate fame among Soviet audiences. From 1973 to 1983, she worked at the Moscow Theater on Malaya Bronnaya, then moved to Mossovet Theatre, continuing her stage work alongside film and later television roles. She was awarded the title of People's Artist of Russia in 1993.[2] Ostroumova is married to Russian actor Valentin Gaft. She lives and works in Moscow.[1]

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