Irina Murzaeva

Irina Vsevolodovna Murzaeva (Russian: Ири́на Все́володовна Мурза́ева; May 15, 1906 — January 3, 1988) was a Soviet actress of theater and cinema.[1]

Irina Murzaeva
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Born
Irina Vsevolodovna Murzaeva

(1906-05-15)May 15, 1906
DiedJanuary 3, 1988(1988-01-03) (aged 81)
Occupationactress
Years active1927–1988
AwardsMedal For Labour Valour

BiographyEdit

She graduated from the Lunacharsky Theater College (1927). In 1927-1928 and 1930-1931 an actress Sverdlovsk Youth Theater, in 1928-1937 Ruben Simonov's theater studio, in 1937-1956 an actress and director of Moscow Lenkom Theatre.[2]

In the movie she made her debut in the film Four Hearts by Konstantin Yudin.[3] Repeatedly shot in the newsreels Yeralash and Fitil.

One of the most popular comic old women of Soviet cinema.[1][3][4]

She died on January 3, 1988 in Moscow at the age of 82.[2] Buried in Moscow in the Don Cemetery.[5]

Personal lifeEdit

Son Boris Nikolayevich Murzaev (1938), who was brought up alone; grandson Igor Murzaev (1975), granddaughter Yekaterina Lazareva (1968), great-grandsons Boris (1999), Tamara (1999), Mikhail (2002).[2]

Selected filmographyEdit

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