Russian movie actresses deceased in Breast cancer

Here are 2 famous actresses from Russia died in Breast cancer:

Klara Rumyanova

Klara Rumyanova (December 8, 1929 Saint Petersburg-September 18, 2004 Moscow) a.k.a. Klara Mikhaylovna Rumyanova, K. Rumyanova, K.M. Rumyantseva, Klara Mikhailovna Rumyanova or Клара Румянова was a Russian actor, singer and voice actor.

Klara Rumyanova was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia in 1929. She graduated from the Leningrad Theatrical School in 1951 and went on to act in over 40 films, including "Seventeen Moments of Spring" and "The Irony of Fate." Rumyanova was also a prominent voice actress, providing the Russian dubbing for characters such as Snow White and Cinderella. She was awarded the title of People's Artist of the RSFSR in 1975 and honored with the Order of Honor in 1999. Rumyanova passed away in Moscow in 2004 at the age of 74.

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Yelena Bondarchuk

Yelena Bondarchuk (July 31, 1962 Moscow-November 7, 2009 Moscow) also known as Yelena Sergeyevna Bondarchuk or Alyona Bondarchuk was a Russian actor. She had one child, Konstantin Kryukov.

Yelena Bondarchuk was the daughter of the famous Soviet film director, Sergei Bondarchuk and actress Inna Makarova. She started her acting career as a child, making her film debut at the age of nine in her father's film "War and Peace" (1967).

Bondarchuk went on to have a successful career in both film and theater, starring in films such as "The Black Veil" (1982), "I Am Twenty" (1982), and "The Practical Joke" (1985). She also appeared in several TV series, including the popular Soviet-era series "Seventeen Moments of Spring" (1973).

In addition to her acting career, Bondarchuk was also a well-known socialite and fashion icon in Russia. She was a regular attendee of fashion shows and events and was often featured in fashion magazines.

Bondarchuk passed away in 2009 at the age of 47 from complications related to pneumonia. Her death was a great loss for the Russian film industry and her many fans.

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