Here are 2 famous actresses from Russian Empire died in Myocardial infarction:
Tamara Shayne (November 25, 1902 Perm-October 23, 1983 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Tamara Shane, Tamara Nikoulin or Тамара Никулина was a Russian actor.
She began her acting career at the age of 17, performing in various Moscow theaters. In the 1930s, she appeared in several Soviet films, including "The Great Citizen" and "The Return of Maxim". However, during the Stalin era, Shayne was accused of being a spy and was arrested and sent to a labor camp for several years.
After being released from the camp, Shayne moved to the United States in 1949 and continued her acting career. She appeared in numerous Hollywood films, including "The Seventh Veil" and "The Silver Chalice". She also appeared on television, including guest roles on "The Twilight Zone" and "The Alfred Hitchcock Hour".
In addition to acting, Shayne was a playwright and wrote several plays, including "The Seagull and the Hunter" and "Nina". She was also a vocal critic of the Soviet regime and wrote about her experiences in the labor camps in her memoir, "Red Star Tales".
Shayne died in Los Angeles in 1983, and her legacy as a pioneer for Russian actors in Hollywood lives on.
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Marina Ladynina (June 24, 1908 Smolensk-March 10, 2003 Moscow) otherwise known as Marina Alekseyevna Ladynina or M. Ladynina was a Russian actor. Her child is called Andrei Ladynin.
Marina Ladynina was considered as one of the most prominent Soviet film actresses of her time. She appeared in over 30 films during stalinist and post-stalinist times, including the famous films "Circus" (1936), "Volga-Volga" (1938), and "The Nightingale" (1959). Ladynina was awarded the Stalin Prize twice for her acting performances in "Circus" and "The Nightingale".
In addition to her success in filmmaking, Ladynina was also a trained singer and performed in various musical productions throughout Russia. She studied at the Leningrad Conservatory before getting interested in acting.
After retiring from acting, Marina Ladynina became a professor at the Russian Academy of Theater Arts where she taught acting students. She was also awarded the title of People's Artist of the USSR in 1951.
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