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November 12, 1935 in Kharkov was born Lyudmila Gurchenko, the future Soviet and Russian theater and film actress, pop singer, film director, screenwriter and novelist.
Lyudmila Gurchenko was born November 12, 1935 in Kharkov. In the family, she was an only child.
In 1953, Gurchenko received the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography in the course of S. Gerasimov and T. Makarova. Five years later, in 1958, she graduated from the Institute and until 1964 worked in the studio theater actor.
After five years, in 1958 she graduated from the Institute and until 1964 worked in the studio theater actor. From 1964 to 1966 - the actress of the theater "Contemporary". In this theater Gurchenko played mainly supporting roles, involved in crowd scenes. In the movie, Lyudmila Gurchenko debuted in the film Frida Ian "Road of Truth" (1956).
In 1956 Eldar Ryazanov proposed third-year Lyudmila Gurchenko major role Lena Krylova in the musical comedy "Carnival Night". Filming lasted only five months. The premiere took place on 28 December. The film brought the actress a resounding success and triumph. Song "Five Minutes" suddenly spread through the country. Gurchenko established itself as the actress with bright vocal data variety art.
In 1958, her talent brilliantly manifested in another film - with the emphasis the music title - "The girl with the guitar." In this film the young actress appeared sincere and believes in good, cheerful, full of energy.
Then Lyudmila Gurchenko starred in the melodrama "Whore" (1961), the drama "Baltic Sky" (1961), "Business Village" (1966), war drama "Roman and Francesca" (1960), a farce "Marriage Bal'zaminova" ( 1965) (pictured), the sports comedy "Bicycle Tamers" (1963).
And yet in the 1960s and early 1970s Gurchenko was hardly noticeable, even while continuing to appear regularly. So until the release of the 1974 production melodrama "Old Wall" (the RSFSR State Prize, 1976), in which she played the director of a textile factory, but without a touch of typical features of the Soviet leader, Gurchenko with her more than 30 roles at that time remained, as it were off of a large cinema.
In the 1970s musical films with Gurchenko out literally one after the other. In 1972, she starred in the film "Tobacco Captain", in 1973 - in the film "The Circus lights fires," the next year - in "Straw Hat" (pictured), in 1975 - in the "Heavenly Swallows", and a year later in the movie "Mama."
For the role in the musical film "Mum" Gurchenko even refused the general's role in one of the best films Mikhalkov - "Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano". During the filming of "Mama," the actress fell clown Oleg Popov, as a result, she received a fracture of one of the leg bones. The shooting continued in the cast.
During this period, the directors might and main actress exploit musical abilities, however, Lyudmila Gurchenko trying to break out of the role imposed on her "pop singer". She wanted to play a dramatic role and made his own.
During this period, the directors might and main actress exploit musical abilities, however, Lyudmila Gurchenko trying to break out of the role imposed on her "pop singer". She wanted to play a dramatic role and made his own. Interesting were her roles - Rita in the melodrama "Beloved Woman Mechanic Gavrilov" (1982) and the waitress Vera Nefedova in lyrical comedy by Eldar Ryazanov, "Station for Two" (1983). These works were awarded prizes: "Golden Eagle" - "For the best female role" - at the film festival in Manila (1982) and TCF-83 in Leningrad.
In the same 1983 Lyudmila Gurchenko was recognized as the best actress in a poll of the magazine "Soviet Screen".
In the 90s, the years of the collapse of the Soviet cinema, the actress starred rare. Not only it offers a good material, and the actress had come to roles more selectively. Actress skillfully repeating previous images ( "Prohindiada-2", 1993), again played independent women, clad authority ( "unsociable", 1990; "white robes", 1992), tried defiantly to break even from the framework of storytelling, making a film in Variety monologue of the actress ( "Look, Fellini! ..", 1993), or a musical benefit ( "love", 1993).
In the search for new and unusual role, she was forced to turn to private Theater.
In 2000, she starred in another movie Eldar Ryazanov "old horse".
The entire creative career Gurchenko accompanies concerts. Stage show Gurchenko - a one-man performances, where she and the set designer and costume designer, and director.
In 1982, the printing of a book by Ludmila Gurchenko "My adult childhood". Later, the actress released the book "Applause" and "Lucy, stop!" (2003).
The actress, who starred once in "Recipe of her youth", has never concealed his age and the fact that he repeatedly fell on the table of a plastic surgeon. Among Russian celebrities, she was a kind of record for the transferred plastic surgery: according to various estimates it made them about 17. In recent years, surgeons have warned the actress that the operations are not safe at her age, but she stated that it is obliged to look good, and was not going to leave the stage until his death.
The last role of Ludmila Gurchenko was the role in the musical, which premiered on the day of her 75th birthday - November 12, 2010. This is a show called "Markovna. Reset ", which combines the drama and musical variety show.
ervym husband of Ludmila Gurchenko was Boris Andronikashvili, writer and historian, son of the writer Pilnyak and cousin of George and Georgian directors Eldar Shengelaja. They had a daughter, Mary (1959), from which Lyudmila Gurchenko have a granddaughter Elena. Second husband was actor Gurchenko Alexander Fadeev, the third - Joseph Kobzon, the fourth - the musician Konstantin Kuperveys. Newest husband Gurchenko became a producer Sergey Senin (pictured), whom she met during the filming of "Sex Tale" by Vladimir Nabokov.
Shortly before the death of Lyudmila Gurchenko was seriously injured - broken while walking her hip. The actress underwent surgery. In early March, Gurchenko was discharged from the hospital and returned home. Sources in the medical community have reported that complications after surgery may also cause the death of the actress.