Russian movie stars died in 1999

Here are 2 famous actresses from Russian Empire died in 1999:

Yelena Fadeyeva

Yelena Fadeyeva (April 7, 1914 Moscow-July 29, 1999 Moscow) a.k.a. Yelena Alekseyevna Fadeyeva or Ye. Fadeyeva was a Russian actor.

She graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1934 and made her debut on the stage of the Maly Theatre. Throughout her career, she performed in various theaters in Moscow and eventually became a prominent member of the Moscow Art Theatre, where she worked for over 50 years. Fadeyeva won numerous awards for her performances, including the title of People's Artist of the USSR in 1961. She was well-known for her roles in productions of Anton Chekhov's plays such as "The Seagull" and "The Cherry Orchard." In addition to her theater work, Fadeyeva also appeared in several films, including "The Inspector General" (1952) and "The Three Musketeers" (1978). She was considered one of the greatest actresses of her generation and her legacy continues to inspire young actors and actresses today.

Fadeyeva was also a highly respected teacher of acting and theater arts. She taught at the Moscow Art Theatre School for over 40 years and mentored several generations of actors. Her students included several notable actors such as Oleg Tabakov, Irina Miroshnichenko, and Sergei Yursky. In recognition of her contributions to the field of theater education, Fadeyeva was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labour in 1969. Outside of her work in theater, Fadeyeva was a devoted advocate for preserving Russian culture and heritage. She was a member of the Soviet Academy of Sciences and the All-Russian Theatrical Society. After her death in 1999, the Moscow Art Theatre renamed its auditorium in her honor.

Lidiya Korolyova

Lidiya Korolyova (February 21, 1917 Moscow-October 18, 1999 Moscow) also known as Lidiya Georgievna Korolyova or L. Korolyova was a Russian actor.

She was born in Moscow to a family of actors and artists. Korolyova began her acting career at a young age and quickly gained recognition for her talent in both theater and film. She was particularly known for her roles in Soviet propaganda films during World War II, where she often played brave and patriotic characters.

Korolyova’s career spanned over six decades and she acted in over 50 films. Aside from her film work, she was also a prolific theater actor and performed in many of Moscow’s top theaters. She was awarded the title of People’s Artist of the USSR in 1974 and was a recipient of the Order of the Red Banner of Labour.

Korolyova was married to fellow actor Boris Bibikov and the couple had one child together, a son named Igor. She remained active in the entertainment industry until her death in 1999 at the age of 82. Today, Korolyova is remembered as one of Russia’s most talented and beloved actors.

Korolyova was also recognized for her work as a voice actor. She provided the voice for the Fairy Godmother in the Russian dubbing of the Disney film, Cinderella. In addition to her acting career, Korolyova was also a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and was involved in cultural and political activities. She was known for her dedication to Soviet art and culture, and was one of the founders of the Moscow Film Festival. Korolyova's contribution to Soviet cinema and theater continues to be celebrated in Russia, and her legacy as one of the greats of Russian acting remains strong today.

Related articles