Here are 9 famous actresses from Russia were born in 1955:
Larisa Udovichenko (April 29, 1955 Vienna-) a.k.a. Лариса Ивановна Удовиченко, Лариса Удовиченко, Larisa Ivanovna Udovichenko or Larissa Udovitsenko is a Russian actor. She has one child, Mariya Udovichenko.
Udovichenko was born in Vienna, Austria, to a family of Soviet diplomats. She spent her childhood traveling the world with her family and eventually settled in Moscow, Russia. She graduated from the Vakhtangov Theatre School in 1977 and began her acting career on stage. In 1983, she made her film debut in the movie "A Distant Journey" and went on to star in over 40 films and television series. Some of her most notable roles include Vera in the film "In the Twilight" and Olga in the television series "Kamenskaya." In addition to her acting career, Udovichenko is also a popular voice actor in Russia and has lent her voice to many animated films and television series. She has received numerous awards for her work, including the State Prize of the Russian Federation in Literature and Art in 2003.
Yevgeniya Simonova (June 1, 1955 Saint Petersburg-) a.k.a. Yevgeniya Pavlovna Simonova, Jevgenija Simonova or Evgeniia Simonova is a Russian actor. She has two children, Zoya Kaydanovskaya and Maria Eshpai.
Simonova graduated from Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography in 1977. She began her acting career in the late 1970s with small roles in various television shows and films. Her breakthrough performance came in the 1987 war film "Assa", which became a cult classic in Russia. Simonova's other notable roles include Nina in the 1994 film "Burnt by the Sun" and Baroness Shtral in the 2002 film "Russian Ark". She has also appeared in numerous theater productions throughout her career. In addition to her acting work, Simonova has also worked as a voice actress and has voiced characters in several animated films.
Natalya Danilova (September 25, 1955 Saint Petersburg-) otherwise known as Natalia Danilova or Natalya Yuryevna Danilova is a Russian actor and voice actor.
Danilova graduated from the Leningrad Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography in 1978, and made her film debut in the same year. She has acted in over 80 films and television series throughout her career, and is best known for her performances in "The Irony of Fate" (1975) and "The Garage" (1979). Danilova is also a prolific voice actor, having provided the Russian dubbing for several international films, including "Titanic" (1997) and "The Matrix" trilogy (1999-2003). She has won numerous awards for her work, including the title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation in 2000. Danilova is also known for her humanitarian efforts, and has participated in several charity initiatives for children and veterans.
Raisa Etush (September 20, 1955 Moscow-) a.k.a. Raisa Vladimirovna Etush is a Russian actor.
Etush was born into a family of actors, and her parents were part of the Moscow Art Theatre. She graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1977 and began her acting career on stage. Etush then moved on to film, becoming a popular and respected actress in the Soviet and Russian film industry. She has appeared in many successful movies and TV series throughout her career, receiving numerous awards and honors for her performances. Some of her notable works include "D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers," "On Thin Ice," and "Copper Angel." In addition to her acting career, Etush is also known for her charity work and social activism. She is a UN Goodwill Ambassador and has worked with various organizations to support children's rights, education, and health care.
Natalya Kolyakanova (June 9, 1955 Orenburg-) also known as Natalya Borisovna Kolyakanova or Natalia Kalyakanova is a Russian actor. She has one child, Daniil Belykh.
Natalya Kolyakanova is best known for her roles in popular Russian films and TV shows such as "Eternal Call" (1983), "The Dawns Here Are Quiet" (1972), and "The Rifleman of the Voroshilov Regiment" (1999). Throughout her career, she has been recognized for her acting talent and has received several awards including the Prize of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. In addition to her acting career, Kolyakanova has also been involved in theater productions and is a member of the Russian Union of Cinematographers. She continues to act in films and TV shows to this day.
Marina Dyuzheva (October 9, 1955 Moscow-) a.k.a. Marina Mikhailovna Kukushkina, Mariya Dyuzheva, Marina Kukushkina or Mariyka Kukushkina is a Russian actor. She has two children, Mikhail Geyko and Grigory Geyko.
Marina Dyuzheva is a highly acclaimed Russian actress, well-known for her outstanding performances on stage and screen. She graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1977, and since then has played many memorable roles in both theater and film.
In theater, Dyuzheva has performed at some of the most prestigious venues in Russia, including the Moscow Art Theatre, the Theatre of Nations, and the Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre. Her notable stage credits include roles in "The Cherry Orchard," "Three Sisters," and "The Seagull."
In addition to her theatrical work, she has also appeared in many films and television shows, including "Eternal Call," "The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed," and "The Master and Margarita."
Throughout her career, Dyuzheva has been recognized with numerous awards and honors for her contributions to the arts. She is a People's Artist of Russia and has been awarded the Order of Friendship by the Russian government.
Milena Tontegode (February 12, 1955 Kuldīga-) also known as Tontegode Milena Viktorovna or Seleznyova Lyudmila Viktorovna is a Russian actor.
Milena Tontegode graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School and has had a successful career as an actress in Russian theatre, cinema and television. She has been awarded the title of Meritorious Artist of Russia, and is also a recipient of the Order of Honour from the Russian Federation. Some of her notable roles on stage include performances in the plays "The Seagull", "Three Sisters" and "The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov. In addition to her successful career in acting, Milena Tontegode has also been involved in teaching and mentoring young actors.
Tatyana Novitskaya (April 23, 1955 Moscow-April 14, 2003 Moscow) a.k.a. T. Novitskaya or Tatyana Markovna Novitskaya was a Russian actor.
She was best known for her roles in the films "The Cruel Romance" and "Heavenly Swallows." Novitskaya started her career in the theater and went on to become a prominent film actor in Russia. She was renowned for her versatility in playing various characters, from romantic leads to strong female characters. Novitskaya was also a recipient of many awards for her contributions to Russian cinema. Despite facing health issues later in her career, she continued to work in films until her untimely death at the age of 47.
Tamara Yandiyeva (July 23, 1955 Karaganda-) is a Russian actor and singer.
She was born in Karaganda, Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR (now Kazakhstan). Tamara graduated from the Kazakh State Conservatoire. She later became known as the lead singer of the Russian rock band "Zvuki Mu" in the 1980s. In addition to her music career, Yandiyeva has also appeared in several films and television shows, including the popular Russian spy thriller "Seventeen Moments of Spring". Her work in film and television has won her a Best Actress award at the Sochi Film Festival in 1992 for her role in the movie "Geographer Drank His Globe Away". Tamara Yandiyeva has also been awarded the title of Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation for her contributions to the music and film industries.