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First Name
Anna

Last Name
Pavlova

Build
Athletic

Hair Color
Brown - Dark

Birthplace
St. Petersburg, Russia

Zodiac Sign
Aquarius

Died
1931-01-23

Place of Death
The Hague, Netherlands

Cause of Death
Pleurisy

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
The Dying Swan

Nationality
Russian

Gender
Female

Profile Bio Text
Anna Pavlovna Pavlova was born on February 12, 1881, in Ligovo, near St. Petersburg, Russia. She was an illegitimate daughter to parents with Russian-Jewish background. Her real father was a wealthy businessman, named Lazar Polyakov. Her mother, named Lyubov Fedorovna Pavlova, was a poor peasant. Her mother`s husband, named Mathwey (Mathew) Pavlov, was a retired soldier, who died when she was only two years old. Although she was registered under the name of Pavlova, her father Lazar Polyakov took good care of young Anna Pavlova and also paid for her tuition at the Imperial Ballet School in St. Petersburg. Young Anna Pavlova was raised by her grandmother at her villa in Ligovo, an upscale suburb of St. Petersburg. There she became acquainted with aristocratic society and attended ballet performances at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre. From the young age Pavlova had a dream of becoming a ballerina, but was rejected at the age of 8, and practiced at home for two years. At the age of 10 she was examined and admitted by Marius Petipa to the ballet class at the Imperial Ballet school in St. Petersburg. There she practiced ballet routine for eight hours daily and also studied music, having a perfect pitch. As a ballet student, Pavlova adopted a strict diet with emphasis on fish and vegetables and followed the diet through her entire life. She lived at the Boarding School of the Imperial Ballet until her graduation at the age of 18. Tamara Karsavina and `Matilda Kshesinskaya` were among her classmates. Pavlova made her debut on September 19, 1899, and worked with the Mariinsky Ballet from 1899-1907. She shared the role of Gizelle with `Matilda Kshesinskaya`. Her partner and choreographer was Mikhail Fokin. He choreographed Pavlova`s best known showpiece "The Dying Swan" on the music of Camille Saint-Saëns. In 1908 Sergei Diaghilev hired Pavlova and Mikhail Fokin for his "Ballets Russes" (Russian Seasons) in Paris and London. In 1904 Anna Pavlova met Victor D`Andre, a French-Russian aristocrat, who loved her ever since. D`Andre was a businessman in St. Petersburg. At one time he was accused of embezzlement and imprisoned. Pavlova bailed him out of prison, then paid all his debts and legal expenses. D`Andre and Pavlova privately married in 1911. Victor D`Andre became her impresario and they gathered a touring ballet troupe. In 1912 Pavlova and D`Andre bought Ivy House, Golders Green in Hampstead, London which was their home for the rest of her life. In her expensive estate Pavlova kept a pond with swans, alluding to her favorite role. At her home Pavlova established a dance school which catered to her touring troupe. Initially her troupe had only eight Russian dancers. Later, with the growing success and popularity of Anna Pavlova, her troupe grew to sixty dancers and staff, all managed by D`Andre. Pavlova made her Metropolitan Opera House debut in 1910, and toured America and Europe before her brief final return to Russia. She made her last appearance in St. Petersburg in 1913 and spent the rest of her life on tour. Pavlova toured all over the world including Europe, Asia, North and Central America, and Australia. Pavlova was able to make eight to nine performances per week and had great interest in performing for unexperienced audiences in remote rural areas across the world. Her performances in Mexico, India, Japan and Australia were legendary. She was overworked and exhausted by her late 40`s, but still danced vigorously. She gave over four thousand ballet performances during the years between 1913-1930. In January of 1931, Pavlova contracted double pneumonia on a train to Haage and her condition deteriorated rapidly. Dying, she was looking at her swan costume. She died on January 23, 1931, in Haage, Netherlands. Her remains were buried in the Novodevichy Convent Cemetery in Moscow, Russia. Pavlova`s infinite finesse, delicacy and emotional dimension was captured by artist Valentin Serov, who painted her famous 1909 life-size portrait. Pavlova is depicted in her favorite role as a white swan on a blue background.

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/name/nm0667816/bio

High School
Imperial Ballet school

Full Name at Birth
А́нна Па́вловна Па́влова

Birthday
1881-02-12

Film Role
Other Crew, Actor/Actress

Has Detailed Data (New)
1

Age
49

Wikipedia Text

Anna Pavlovna (Matveyevna) Pavlova (Russian: Анна Павловна (Матвеевна) Павлова; February 12 [O.S. January 31] 1881 – January 23, 1931) was a Russian prima ballerina of the late 19th and the early 20th centuries. She was a principal artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet and the Ballets Russes of Sergei Diaghilev. Pavlova is most recognized for the creation of the role The Dying Swan and, with her own company, became the first ballerina to tour ballet around the world.


Film Role
Miscellaneous Crew

Occupation Text
Ballerina Actress | Miscellaneous Crew

Year(s) Active
1899-1931, 1899–1931

Wiki Bio Text
==[[A Description of Calendar change: February 12 (O.S. January 31) 1881 – January 23, 1931) From Julian to Gregorian]]== ==Anna Pavlovna== (Matveyevna) Pavlova (Russian: Анна Павловна (Матвеевна) Павлова; February 12 [O.S. January 31] 1881 – January 23, 1931) was a Russian prima ballerina of the late 19th and the early 20th centuries. She was a principal artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet and the Ballets Russes of Sergei Diaghilev. Pavlova is most recognized for the creation of the role The Dying Swan and, with her own company, became the first ballerina to tour ballet around the world. ==Anna Pavlovna Pavlova== was born on February 12, 1881, in Ligovo, near St. Petersburg, Russia. She was an illegitimate daughter to parents with Russian-Jewish background. Her real father was a wealthy businessman, named Lazar Polyakov. Her mother, named Lyubov Fedorovna Pavlova, was a poor peasant. Her mother's husband, named Mathwey (Mathew) Pavlov, was a retired soldier, who died when she was only two years old. Although she was registered under the name of Pavlova, her father Lazar Polyakov took good care of young Anna Pavlova and also paid for her tuition at the Imperial Ballet School in St. Petersburg. ===Young Anna Pavlova=== was raised by her grandmother at her villa in Ligovo, an upscale suburb of St. Petersburg. There she became acquainted with aristocratic society and attended ballet performances at the Imperial Mariinsky Theatre. From the young age Pavlova had a dream of becoming a ballerina, but was rejected at the age of 8, and practiced at home for two years. At the age of 10 she was examined and admitted by Marius Petipa to the ballet class at the Imperial Ballet school in St. Petersburg. There she practiced ballet routine for eight hours daily and also studied music, having a perfect pitch. As a ballet student, Pavlova adopted a strict diet with emphasis on fish and vegetables and followed the diet through her entire life. She lived at the Boarding School of the Imperial Ballet until her graduation at the age of 18. Tamara Karsavina and 'Matilda Kshesinskaya' were among her classmates. Pavlova made her debut on September 19, 1899, and worked with the Mariinsky Ballet from 1899-1907. She shared the role of Gizelle with 'Matilda Kshesinskaya'. Her partner and choreographer was Mikhail Fokin. He choreographed Pavlova's best known showpiece "The Dying Swan" on the music of Camille Saint-Saëns. In 1908 Sergei Diaghilev hired Pavlova and Mikhail Fokin for his "Ballets Russes" (Russian Seasons) in Paris and London. ===In 1904=== Anna Pavlova met Victor D'Andre, a French-Russian aristocrat, who loved her ever since. D'Andre was a businessman in St. Petersburg. At one time he was accused of embezzlement and imprisoned. Pavlova bailed him out of prison, then paid all his debts and legal expenses. D'Andre and Pavlova privately married in 1911. Victor D'Andre became her impresario and they gathered a touring ballet troupe. In 1912 Pavlova and D'Andre bought Ivy House, Golders Green in Hampstead, London which was their home for the rest of her life. In her expensive estate Pavlova kept a pond with swans, alluding to her favorite role. At her home Pavlova established a dance school which catered to her touring troupe. Initially her troupe had only eight Russian dancers. Later, with the growing success and popularity of Anna Pavlova, her troupe grew to sixty dancers and staff, all managed by D'Andre. ===Pavlova made her Metropolitan Opera House debut in 1910===, and toured America and Europe before her brief final return to Russia. She made her last appearance in St. Petersburg in 1913 and spent the rest of her life on tour. Pavlova toured all over the world including Europe, Asia, North and Central America, and Australia. Pavlova was able to make eight to nine performances per week and had great interest in performing for unexperienced audiences in remote rural areas across the world. Her performances in Mexico, India, Japan and Australia were legendary. She was overworked and exhausted by her late 40's, but still danced vigorously. She gave over four thousand ballet performances during the years between 1913-1930. In January of 1931, Pavlova contracted double pneumonia on a train to Haage and her condition deteriorated rapidly. Dying, she was looking at her swan costume. She died on January 23, 1931, in Haage, Netherlands. Her remains were buried in the Novodevichy Convent Cemetery in Moscow, Russia. ===Pavlova's infinite finesse===, delicacy and emotional dimension was captured by artist Valentin Serov, who painted her famous 1909 life-size portrait. Pavlova is depicted in her favorite role as a white swan on a blue background. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Steve Shelokhonov ===Spouse (1)=== [[Victor Dandré]] (1924 - 23 January 1931) (her death) ===Trade Mark (1)=== The short ballet "The Dying Swan". Pavlova danced this to the music of "The Swan", from Camille Saint-Saens' "The Carnival of the Animals". ===Trivia (2)=== 1. Ballet dancer with Sergei Diaghilev from 1908-1914. Then went on to form her own company. 2. The meringue dessert "pavlova," popular in Australia and New Zealand, is named for her. ==Anna Pavlova== Dancer - ===Born=== Julian 31 January 1881 and Gregorian 12 February 1881 - St Petersburg (Imperial Russia) ===Died=== 23 January 1931 - Den Haag Holland (Netherlands) ===Trivia=== The popular Pavlova meringue dessert was named in her honour. http://www.stagebeauty.net/th-main.html ==Anna Pavlova== Performer https://www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/anna-pavlova-438958

Couple Profile Source
www.stagebeauty.net/th-main.html, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Pavlova, www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/anna-pavlova-438958

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

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