||This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. (January 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)|
|Born||Tatyana Anatoliyevna Dogileva
27 February 1957
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
|Years active||1971 - present|
Tatiana Dogileva was born on February 27, 1957 in Moscow. After graduating from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in 1978, Dogileva worked in the Lenkom theatrical company and since 1985 has been one of the leading actresses in Yermolova Theatre.
Dogileva's film debut was in 1971; since that time she has appeared in more than 80 Soviet and Russian films.
- My Fair Nanny (Моя прекрасная няня, 2004) as Natalia Kanareichenko
- East/West (Восток-Запад, 1999) as Olga
- Hello, Fools! (Привет, дуралеи!, 1996) as Svetlana Kablukova
- Afghan Breakdown (Афганский излом, 1990) as Katya
- The Pokrovsky Gate (Покровские ворота, 1984) as Svetlana Popova
- The Blonde Around the Corner (Блондинка за углом, 1984) as Nadezhda
- Private Life (Частная жизнь, 1982) as Vika
- Station for Two (Вокзал для двоих, 1982) as Marina
Tatiana Dogileva participated in several protest campaigns against destruction of greenery and architecture heritage.
In 2010, Dogileva publicly criticized fellow cinematographer Nikita Mikhalkov for destroying several historical buildings in Moscow downtown to build there his own hotel. When Dogileva was picketing the construction site, she was arrested.
Honours and awards
|This article about a Russian actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This article about a Soviet actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|