Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Many fans remember the Soviet cinema brightest actresses who played

Queen Martha V., barbarian beauty, Princess Budur. But artists names are forgotten, and their lives to the public almost nothing is known.

Natalia Sedykh

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Natalia dancer by profession, and it is thanks to the ballet artist came to the cinema. Director Alexander Rowe, author of fairy tales, "Jack Frost" and "Fire, Water and ... Brass Pipes," saw her performance on television - 15-year-old Natalia performed the number "The Dying Swan" on the ice.

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

In addition to the two tales Row, Grizzly starred in several films, but still received a choreographic education and danced in the troupe of the Bolshoi Theater. In 1990, after graduating from dance career, he joined the Moscow theater "Nikitsky Gate".

Galina Belyaeva

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Up to 90 ballet dancer and actress is actively acted in films. But after a loud debut in the drama "a hunting accident" and leading roles in the films "Oh, vaudeville, vaudeville ..." and "Anna Pavlova" Belyaev got bit parts in medium-sized projects.

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Now Belyaev - the star of the Moscow Academic Theater named after Mayakovsky.

Tatiana Klyuyev

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Tatiana made her film debut in high school, and in 18 years has played a major role in the fairy tale "barbarian beauty, long braid." Later she graduated from GITIS, but by marrying a deepwater sailor, chose to leave the capital in Sevastopol and to devote himself to the family.

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

After the wedding and the birth of a child Klyuyev starred in episodes of five films. The last project with her participation, Ukrainian serial "Love Island", was released in 1995. Nina Maslova

  • Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Most viewers will remember the actress for her role as the queen in the comedy "Ivan Vasilyevich Changes Occupation". Due to the difficult relationship with his mother and stepfather, Nina often ran away from home, alcohol tasted in 11 years.

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

The actress stopped to drink in only 50 years, when doctors have concluded that the manner of life Maslov would not live more than a month. The actress has a lot of years living alone, going to church and reading spiritual literature.

Natalia Trubnikov

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

Trubnikov - professional dancer, former soloist of the Musical Theater of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko. Trubnikov on stage dancing the leading roles, but also wanted to be in the movies.

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

After many unsuccessful trial actress was cast in the musical princess Melisenty "June 31", and then - again failure. Trubnikov not take in a movie, for fear that she would go abroad, like many of her colleagues on the ballet: Rudolf Nureyev, Alexander Godunov.

Yulia Borisova

Beauties of the Soviet cinema, who gave up a career on the screen

The actress, who played Nastasia in the film adaptation of "Idiot" in 1958, received only three roles in the movie! However, we know that Borisov, the star of the Vakhtangov Theater, she has not sought on the screen, and loved to play on the stage.