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Lyudmila Marchenko

Lyudmila Marchenko is a Soviet theatre and film actress. At the age of 18, she made her debut in the film “The Volunteers”, and at 19 she was approved for the role of Nastenka in the film “White Nights”, directed by Ivan Pyryev. Lev Kulidzhanov invited her to the title role in the film "A Home for Tanya" in 1959, the film was a huge success and was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Due to her immediacy and simplicity of the acting style, she skillfully embodied a rare acting role for those years — a lyrical heroine. From 1959 to 1979 she appears in 15 films, including “Until Next Spring”, “My Younger Brother”, “No Fear, No Blame”, “The Cook”, “The Scouts”.

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Jun 20, 1940 In Arkhipo-Osipovka, Krasnodar Region, USSR (Russia)
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Volunteers 1958-10-20
Latest Project:
Movie Something with the Telephone 1979-11-10
Known For
Poster of The Cook
Poster of My Younger Brother
Poster of Until Next Spring
Poster of Leon Garros Is Looking for His Friend
Movie Something with the Telephone guest 1979-11-10
Movie The Scouts Marie 1969-05-19
Movie Aybolit-66 comic clown 1967-04-19
Movie The Gypsy Budulai's wife 1967-07-13
Movie Man Casts an Anchor Nina 1967-12-10
Movie The Cook Taisiya 1966-05-23
Movie The Tunnel maid 1966-11-08
Movie No Fear, No Blame Lena 1963-04-26
Movie The Whistle Stop milkmaid (uncredited) 1963-11-24
Movie Dmitro Goritsvit Yugina 1962-02-26
Movie My Younger Brother Galya Bodrova 1962-08-20
Movie Leon Garros Is Looking for His Friend Masha 1961-01-13
Movie Until Next Spring Vera 1961-04-29
Movie White Nights Nastenka 1960-02-19
Movie A Home for Tanya Tanya 1959-04-25
Movie The Volunteers Kaitanov Jr.'s girlfriend (uncredited) 1958-10-20