Tatyana Barysheva

Tatyana Semyonovna Barysheva (Russian: Татья́на Семёновна Ба́рышева; 31 December 1896 - 10 February 1979) was a Soviet stage and film actress.

Tatyana Barysheva
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Tatyana Barysheva as passenger in The Train Goes East (1947).
Born
Tatyana Semyonovna Barysheva

(1896-12-31)31 December 1896
Died10 February 1979(1979-02-10) (aged 82)
OccupationActor
Years active1925–1968

LifeEdit

Barysheva was born in Moscow.[1] From 1915 to 1918 she was an actress at the Drama Studio of the Moscow Philharmonic. Later she also worked at the Kalyaevsky People's House in Moscow, as well as with theater troupes in Vladimir and Vyatka.[2] In 1945, she became an actress at the Moscow State Film Actor Theater, where she remained until 1957. During her film career of more than forty years, she tended to play comedic character roles. Outside of cinema, she was most active in the vaudeville scene, where her fellow actors nicknamed her "Kolobok" in reference to her rotund physique.[3] In 1977 she moved into a film actors' nursing home in Moscow, and died there two years later.

FilmographyEdit

  1. 1925 — Moroka (Морока) — peasant girl
  2. 1926 — Wings of the Slave (Крылья холопа) — hay girl
  3. 1926 — The Reckoning (Расплата) — NEP woman
  4. 1927 — Bulat-Batır (Булат-батыр) — the genius of victory
  5. 1928 — The Captain's Daughter (Капитанская дочка) — deaconess
  6. 1930 — The State Official (Государственный чиновник) — nun
  7. 1932 — The High Life (Изящная жизнь) — prostitute
  8. 1932 — The Master of the World (Властелин мира) — sentry
  9. 1932 — Wings (Крылья) — masseuse
  10. 1933 — The Black Barracks (Чёрный барак) — barrack commandant's wife
  11. 1933 — Conveyor of Death (Конвейер смерти) — bit part
  12. 1933 — One Joy (Одна радость) — philistine
  13. 1934 — Petersburg Night (Петербургская ночь) — provincial actress
  14. 1934 — The Private Life of Peter Vinograd (Частная жизнь Петра Виноградова) — Senya's mother
  15. 1935 — Ball and Heart (Мяч и сердце) - head of children's home
  16. 1936 — Chudesnitsa (Чудесница) — milkmaid
  17. 1936 — Paris Dawn (Зори Парижа) — bit part
  18. 1939 — Vasilisa the Beautiful (Василиса Прекрасная) — Melanya's mother
  19. 1939 — Sorochinskaya Fair (Сорочинская ярмарка) — Kuma
  20. 1939 — The Foundling (Подкидыш) — dentist
  21. 1939 — Night in September (Ночь в сентябре) — Sokolov's wife
  22. 1941 — Four Hearts (Сердца четырёх) — Assistant professor Yershova
  23. 1941 — The Pig and the Shepherd (Свинарка и пастух) — kolkhoz worker
  24. 1941 — The Artamanov Case (Дело Артамоновых) — Barsky's wife
  25. 1944 — Six P.M. (В 6 часов вечера после войны) — resident of house number 5
  26. 1944 — Girl No. 217 (Человек № 217) — Frau Krauss
  27. 1945 — Twins (Близнецы) — orphanage director
  28. 1946 — Son of the Regiment (Cын полка) — doctor
  29. 1947 — Ballad of Siberia (Сказание о земле Сибирской) — tea party guest
  30. 1947 — New House (Новый дом) — Vishnyak's wife
  31. 1948 — First-Grade Girl (Первоклассница) — Marisya's grandmother
  32. 1949 — The Train Goes East (Поезд идёт на восток) — Claudia Semyonova
  33. 1949 — Konstantin Zaslonov (Константин Заслонов) — woman
  34. 1950 — Generous Summer (Щедрое лето) — Antonovich's wife
  35. 1950 — Zhukovsky (Жуковский) — Arina
  36. 1955 — Blue Bird (Синяя птичка) — aunt Nyusya
  37. 1955 — The White Poodle (Белый пудель) — nanny
  38. 1956 — A Child was Born (Человек родился) — nurse
  39. 1963 — Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors (Королевство Кривых Зеркал) — Grandmother Oli
  40. 1964 — Jack Frost (Морозко) — matchmaker
  41. 1964 — Welcome, or No Trespassing (Добро пожаловать, или Посторонним вход воспрещён) — cook
  42. 1968 — Fire, Water, and Brass Pipes (Огонь, вода и… медные трубы) — nurse

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Барышева Татьяна Семеновна Биография на Аниматор.ру
  2. ^ Период времени. "Татьяна Барышева". Kinopoisk.ru. Retrieved 2013-09-07.
  3. ^ "Хорошие фильмы онлайн легально и бесплатно". Megogo.Net. Retrieved 2013-09-07.

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