Soviet Pin Up Girls and Movie Stars of 1930s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s

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Popular actresses, movie stars and models of the Soviet Union in 1940-1980s
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  1. Larisa Guzeeva

    Larisa Guzeeva


    Larisa Guzeyeva (born 23 May 1959 in Orenburg Oblast) is a Soviet and Russian actress and television host. She is a Meritorious Artist of Russia.

  2. Anna Samokhina

    Anna Samokhina


    Anna Vladlenovna Samokhina (Russian: Анна Владленовна Самохина; 14 January 1963 – 8 February 2010) was a Russian actress. Samokhina started her film career in 1980s and quickly became popular due to high talent, beauty and charm. She is best known as the leading actress in Yuri Kara's Barons of Crime (rus. Воры в законе, literally Thieves within the Law) - the most outgiving, brutal and controversial Soviet film, about mafia and corruption in the late USSR.

  3. Natalya Varley

    Natalya Varley


    Natalya Varley (Russian: Наталья Владимировна Варлей, b. June 22, 1947 in Constanţa, Romania) is a Soviet and Russian film and theater actress, RSFSR Honoured artist (1989).

  4. Lyudmila Saveleva

    Lyudmila Saveleva


    Ludmila Savelyeva (Russian: Людмила Савельева) is a Russian film actress and ballerina. Born on 24 January 1942 in Leningrad, she achieved lasting fame in the role of Natasha Rostova in the 1966–68 film War and Peace, which was six years in the making. She won a Diploma prize for this role at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.

  5. Irina Alfyorova

    Irina Alfyorova


    Irina Ivanovna Alfyorova PAR (Russian: Ири́на Ива́новна Алфёрова; born 13 March 1951, Novosibirsk, Soviet Union) is a Soviet and Russian actress. She was formerly married to Russian film and stage actor Aleksandr Abdulov, he adopted her daughter, Ksenia.

  6. Natalya Andreychenko

    Natalya Andreychenko


    Natalya Eduardovna Andrejchenko (Russian: Ната́лья Эдуа́рдовна Андре́йченко; born May 3, 1956) is a Russian actress. Her most famous roles include the title character in Mary Poppins, Goodbye and Lyuba in Wartime Romance.

  7. Anastasiya Vertinskaya

    Anastasiya Vertinskaya


    Anastasiya Alexandrovna Vertinskaya (Russian: Анастаси́я Алекса́ндровна Верти́нская) (born December 19, 1944, Moscow, Soviet Union), is a Soviet and Russian actress whose mass popularity and high critical acclaim made her one of the most distinguished figures in the history of the Soviet cinema. In the 1990s, disillusioned with the state of cinema at home, she went abroad to teach and spent 12 years in France, England, the United States and Switzerland. In 1988 Vertinskaya was designated a People's Artist of Russia; she is also a recipient of the Order of Honour (2005) and the Order of Friendship (2010).

  8. Lyudmila Gurchenko

    Lyudmila Gurchenko


    Lyudmila Markovna Gurchenko (Russian: Людмила Марковна Гурченко, Ukrainian: Людмила Марківна Гурченко Lyudmyla Markivna Hurchenko, informal – Lyusia, 12 November 1935 – 30 March 2011) was a popular Soviet and Russian, Ukrainian-born actress, singer and entertainer.

  9. Zhanna Prokhorenko

    Zhanna Prokhorenko


    Zhanneta "Zhanna" Trofymovna Prokhorenko (Ukrainian: Жаннета "Жанна" Трофимівна Прохоренко; Russian: Жаннета "Жанна" Трофимовна Прохоренко; 11 May 1940 – 1 August 2011) was a Soviet and Russian actress, best known to European and North American audiences for her role in Grigori Chukhrai's 1959 film, Ballad of a Soldier.

  10. Marianna Vertinskaya

    Marianna Vertinskaya


  11. Elena Proklova

    Elena Proklova


    Elena Igorevna Proklova (Russian: Елена Игоревна Проклова, born 2 September 1953 in Moscow, Russia ) is a Soviet and Russian actress, Meritorious Artist of RSFSR.

  12. Natalya Kustinskaya

    Natalya Kustinskaya


    Natalya Nikolayevna Kustinskaya (5 April 1938 – 13 December 2012) was a Soviet actress, who was a Meritorious Artist of Russia from 1999.

  13. Svetlana Toma

    Svetlana Toma


    Svetlana Andreevna Toma (born Svetlana Fomicheva, March 24, 1947 in Chişinău, Moldova) is a Moldavan actress. She debuted at the Moldova-Film studio in 1966. She worked in Moldova and Russia.

  14. Margarita Terekhova

    Margarita Terekhova


    Margarita Terekhova (Russian: Маргари́та Бори́совна Те́рехова, b. August 25, 1942, Turinsk, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russian SFSR) is a Soviet and Russian film and theatre actress.

  15. Tatyana Samoylova

    Tatyana Samoylova


    Tatiana Yevgenyevna Samoilova (Russian: Татья́на Евге́ньевна Само́йлова; 4 May 1934 – 4 May 2014) was a Soviet and Russian film actress best known for her lead role in The Cranes Are Flying. She received a number of awards for the film, including a special mention at the Cannes Film Festival. Samoilova had several major roles in the 1960s before largely disappearing from public life. In 1993, she was named a People's Artist of Russia. She made a comeback in the 2000s, and received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2007 Moscow Film Festival.

  16. Eve Kivi

    Eve Kivi


  17. Galina Belyaeva

    Galina Belyaeva


    Galina Viktorovna Belyaeva (Гали′на Ви′кторовна Беля′ева, born April 26, 1961, Irkutsk, USSR) is a Soviet, Russian film and theatre actress, best known for her leading roles in A Hunting Accident (1977) and Anna Pavlova (1983). Galina Belyaeva, the The Meritorious Artist of Russia (2003), has been one of the leading actresses at the Moscow Mayakovsky Theatre since 1983.

  18. Natalya Vavilova

    Natalya Vavilova


    Natalya Dmitrievna Vavilova (Russian: Наталья Дмитриевна Вавилова, born 26 January 1959) is a Russian film actress.

  19. Larisa Udovichenko

    Larisa Udovichenko


    Larisa Ivanovna Udovichenko (Russian: Лариса Ивановна Удовиченко, Ukrainian: Лариса Іванівна Удовиченко Larisa Ivanivna Udovichenko; April 29, 1955, Vienna, Austria) is a Russian actress.

  20. Lyudmila Chursina

    Lyudmila Chursina


    Lyudmila Chursina (born 20 July 1941) is a Russian film actress. She has appeared in more than 50 films and television shows since 1962. In 1981 she was a member of the jury at the 12th Moscow International Film Festival.

  21. Alla Larionova

    Alla Larionova


  22. Irina Skobtseva

    Irina Skobtseva


    Irina Konstantinova Skobtseva(-Bondarchuk) (Russian: Ирина Константинова Скобцева(-Бондарчук); born 22 August 1927) is a Russian/Soviet actress, wife of Sergei Bondarchuk, and mother of Elena and Fyodor Bondarchuk.

  23. Elina Bystritskaya

    Elina Bystritskaya


    Elina Avraamovna Bystritskaya (Ukrainian: Еліна Авраамівна Бистрицька, Russian: Элина Авраамовна Быстрицкая) (born April 4, 1928 in Kiev, Soviet Union) is a Soviet and Russian actress best known for her role of Axinia in Sergei Gerasimov's epic screening of Mikhail Sholokhov's novel And Quiet Flows the Don (1958).

  24. Svetlana Svetlichnaya

    Svetlana Svetlichnaya


    Svetlana Afanasyevna Svetlichnaya (Russian: Светлана Афанасьевна Светличная) (born 15 May 1940) is a Soviet and Russian actress most famous for her role in The Diamond Arm (Brilliantovaya Ruka).

  25. Izolda Izvitskaya

    Izolda Izvitskaya


    Izolda Vasilyevna Izvitskaya (Russian: Изольда Васильевна Извицкая, June 21, 1932 – March 1, 1971) was a Soviet actress.

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