Sofiko Chiaureli

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Sofiko Chiaureli
Born (1937-05-21)21 May 1937
Tbilisi, Georgia SSR
Died 2 March 2008(2008-03-02) (aged 70)
Tbilisi, Georgia
Alma mater Theatre and Film university
Occupation Actress
Years active 1960–2008

Sophia Chiaureli (Georgian: სოფიკო ჭიაურელი; 21 May 1937 – 2 March 2008), professionally known as Sofiko Chiaureli, was a Soviet Georgian actress. Thought to be the muse of filmmaker Sergei Parajanov, she played a significant role in the 20th century Georgian theater and was associated with the country's two most prominent theaters, the Rustaveli Theatre (1964–1968) and Marjanishvili Theatre (1960–1964, 1968–2008).

Biography[edit]

Sofiko Chiaureli was born in Tbilisi. Her parents were the film director Mikheil Chiaureli and the actress Veriko Anjaparidze. She graduated from the All-Russian Institute of Cinematography in Moscow and moved back to Tbilisi.[1] In 1975 she was a member of the jury at the 9th Moscow International Film Festival.[2]

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Filmography[edit]

She appeared in Soviet films including:

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Изгаршев, Игорь (November 2, 2004). Софико Чиаурели: мать маленького принца. АиФ Суперзвёзды (in Russian). 21 (51). Retrieved August 7, 2012. 
  2. ^ "9th Moscow International Film Festival (1975)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-01-04. 

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