Tatyana Vedeneyeva, ospite della trasmissione "Legends of Retro FM 2009"
Tatyana Veniaminovna Vedeneyeva
June 10, 1953
|Other names||aunt Tania|
|Occupation||Actress,TV personality, journalist|
Tatyana Veniaminovna Vedeneyeva (Russian: Татьяна Вениаминовна Веденеева; 10 July 1953) is a widely known Soviet and Russian actress and an anchor lady for the Soviet children program Good Night, Little Ones!
She was born in Stalingrad, on July 10, 1953.
In 1972, she moved to Moscow and enrolled into Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (locally, GITIS). While being the student in the Theater academy she debuted in several motion pictures such as Hello, I'm Your Aunt! (1975) among the few. Upon graduation Vedeneyeva was invited to the Mayakovsky Theater, but soon was fired for not having a residential permission (propiska). She became well known amongst the Soviet children of 70s and 80s for her leading role in children programs Good Night, Little Ones!, and Visiting a Fairy Land (V gostiakh u skazki) as "Aunt Tania". She was also a presenter on the BBC's televised Russian language course for beginners, Russian Language and People. Later Vedeneyeva led various other TV shows and concert events and was amongst the most popular in the Union. In 1993 was forced to resign.
She moved to France with her husband where she lived until 1999. Since 2000 Vedeneyeva returned to TV.
- Much Ado About Nothing as Gero (1973)
- Sergeant of militsiya as Natasha (1974)
- How do you do, doctor (1974)
- Hello, I'm Your Aunt! as Ella Delei (1975)
- That we didn't cover (1975)
- Sibir (1976)
- Fantaziya (1976)
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