Vera Vsevolodovna Baranovskaya (Russian: Вера Всеволодовна Барановская; 1885 – 7 December 1935) was a Russian Empire and Soviet actress. She performed in more than twenty films between 1916 and 1935.
Vera Vsevolodovna Baranovskaya
|Died||7 December 1935 (aged 49–50)|
Between 1915 and 1922 she worked in the theaters of Kharkiv, Kiev, Odessa, Tiflis, Kazan, Voronezh and in other cities. In the year 1922 she founded the artistic-theatrical workshop ("Mastbar") in Moscow. In the 1920s she worked in Germany and Czechoslovakia.
|1926||Mother||Pelageya Nilovna Vlasova|
|1927||The End of St. Petersburg||Bolshevik worker's wife|
|1929||Revolt in the Reformatory||Fritz's Mother|
|1929||Such Is Life||Washerwoman|
|1929||Misled Youth||Witwe Kröger|
|1932||The Night at the Hotel|
|1932||Monsieur Albert||La duchesse|