Vera Vasilyeva

Vera Kuzminichna Vasilyeva (Russian: Ве́ра Кузьми́нична Васи́льева, born 30 September 1925) is a Soviet and Russian movie and stage actress.[1] She was honored with People's Artist of the USSR in 1986. She was twice awarded the Stalin Prize in 1948 and in 1951. She's known for her roles in Bride with a Dowry (1953) and Adventures of a Dentist (1965).

Vera Vasilyeva
Vera Vasilyeva, on receipt of the Order "For Services to the Fatherland" III degree, in 2011.
Vera Kuzminichna Vasilyeva

(1925-09-30) 30 September 1925 (age 95)
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In 1943, Vasilyeva entered the Moscow City Drama School for a course with Vladimir Gotovtsev.

In 1945, Vasilyeva debuted in cinema. Then she got a bit part in the movie The Call of Love. The first big role was offered in 1947, when she played the role of Anastasia Gusenkova in the film Ballad of Siberia.

Personal lifeEdit

Vasilyeva was born in Moscow.[2] She was married to actor Vladimir Ushakov until his death in 2011. They had no children.

Roles in other theatersEdit

Selected filmographyEdit


  1. ^ Борзенко, Виктор (1 October 2010). Актриса Вера Васильева: "В наше время искусство заменяло религию" (in Russian). Новые Известия. Retrieved 24 April 2016.
  2. ^ Интервью Веры Васильевой для «Совершенно Секретно» (in Russian)

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