Here are 2 famous actresses from Russian Empire died in 1979:
Yelena Alexandrovna Kuzmina (February 17, 1909 Tbilisi-October 15, 1979 Moscow) also known as Yelena Aleksandrovna Kuzmina, Ye. Kuzmina, Y.Kuzmina, Elena Kizmina, Elena Kuzmina, Jelena Kusmina, Yelena Alexandrovna Kuzmina or Yelena Kuzmina was a Russian actor.
She began her acting career in the 1930s and went on to become a well-known and respected actress in Soviet cinema. Kuzmina appeared in over 60 films during her career, including the critically acclaimed "The Cranes Are Flying" and "Ivan's Childhood". She was awarded the Stalin Prize for her role in "The Cranes Are Flying" in 1960. Kuzmina was also a celebrated stage actress, performing in many productions at the Moscow Art Theatre. In addition to her acting work, she was also a popular voice actor, providing the voice for characters in various animated films. Kuzmina passed away in Moscow at the age of 70.
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Tatyana Barysheva (December 31, 1896 Moscow-February 10, 1979 Moscow) a.k.a. Tania Barisheva, T.S. Barysheva, Tatyana Semyonovna Barysheva or Kolobok was a Russian actor.
She began working in the theater at a young age and later transitioned to film. Barysheva became one of the most popular actresses in the Soviet Union during her career, which spanned over three decades. She appeared in over sixty films, including "The Girl with a Hatbox" (1927) and "The Man with a Movie Camera" (1929). Barysheva was known for her versatility as an actress, and could easily transition from dramatic to comedic roles. Despite her success, she never strayed far from her roots, and remained committed to working in theater throughout her life. In addition to her work on stage and screen, Barysheva was also a talented writer, and published several stories and plays. She remains an icon of Russian cinema and theater today, and her contributions to the arts have been celebrated both in her home country and abroad.
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