Vera Georgiyevna Orlova

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Vera Geogriyevna Orlova (Russian: Ве́ра Гео́ргиевна Орло́ва; May 27, 1894 — September 28, 1977), married Arenskaya (Аренская),[1] was a Russian Soviet actress.

Having completed her education at a female grammar school, she worked as an office clerk and simultaneously took private acting lessons. In 1913–1915, she studied at the Moscow Art Theater school. She continued working there as an actress until 1924, when she transferred to the Moscow Art Theater-II, where she continued to work until 1936.

In 1945—1951, she worked at the State Theater of Film Actors.[2]

Selected filmography[edit]

  • 1911: На бойком месте (Na boykom meste), as Anna
  • 1915: Вот вспыхнуло утро, над озером чайка летит (Vot vspykhnulo utro, nad ozerom chayka letit) by Yakov Protazanov
  • Семейное счастье (Semeynoye schastye), as Masha
  • 1915: Николай Ставрогин (Nikolay Stavrogin), as Dasha
  • 1915: Я и моя совесть (I i moya sovest), as Nina
  • 1916: The Queen of Spades, as Lise
  • 1917: Satan Triumphant, as Inga
  • 1917: Father Sergius, as the daughter of a merchant
  • 1917: Андрей Кожухов (Andrey Kojukhov) by Yakov Protazanov, as Tanya
  • 1918: Станционный смотритель (Stantsionny smotritel), as Duniasha
  • 1919: Пунин и Бабурин (Punin i Baburin), as a muse
  • 1919: Рабочий Шевырев (Rabochy Shevyrev), as a dressmaker
  • 1919: Товарищ Абрам (Tovarishch Abram)
  • 1924: Aelita, as Masha
  • The Power of Darkness (1924)
  • 1926: Проститутка (Убитая жизнью) (Prostitutka (Ubitaya zhiznyu)), as Nadezhda
  • 1938: Юные коммунары (Yunye communars), as Toinette
  • 1941: Два друга (Dva druga)
  • 1944: Родные поля (Rodnye polya)
  • 1961: When the Trees Were Tall, as a watchwoman

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kino-teatr.ru. Вера Георгиевна Орлова (in Russian)
  2. ^ Encyclopedia of the Cinema. Орлова Вера Георгиевна (in Russian)

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