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First Name
Lyudmila

Last Name
Tselikovskaya

Build
Slim

Eye Color
Grey

Hair Color
Blonde

Birthplace
Astrakhan, Russia

Zodiac Sign
Virgo

Place of Death
Moscow, Russia

Ethnicity
White

Religion
Atheist

Claim to Fame
Lots of roles in Soviet movies, sex-symbol of 1940s

Birthday
1919-09-08

Middle Name
Vasilyevna

Died
1992-07-04

Nationality
Russian

Gender
Female

Profile Bio Text
Lyudmila Tselikovskaya was an extremely popular Russian film and stage actress, pin-up girl and unofficial sex symbol in the Soviet Union of 1940s. She was born Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya on September 8, 1919, in Astrakhan, Russia. Her father, Vasili Tselikovsky, was an orchestra conductor, her mother was an opera singer. Young Tselikovskaya studied piano at the Gnesin School of Music in Moscow, then, from 1937 to 1941 she studied acting at the Shchukin Theatrical School of the Vakhtangov Theatre, graduating in 1941 as an actress. From 1941 to 1992 Lyudmila Tselikovskaya was a member of the troupe at Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow. There her stage partners were such actors as Mikhail Ulyanov, Ruben Simonov, Boris Zakhava, Mikhail Astangov, Varvara Popova, Vasili Lanovoy, Irina Kupchenko, Yuliya Borisova, Lyudmila Maksakova, Marianna Vertinskaya, Nina Ruslanova, Nikolai Plotnikov, Yuriy Yakovlev, Vladimir Etush, Vyacheslav Shalevich, Andrei Abrikosov, Grigori Abrikosov, Boris Babochkin, Nikolai Gritsenko, Nikolai Timofeyev, Evgeni Fedorov, Aleksandr Grave, Vladimir Koval, Viktor Zozulin, Yevgeni Karelskikh, Sergei Makovetsky, and Ruben Simonov, among others. Tselikovskaya gave memorable performances in the classic Shakespeare`s plays, such as Juliet in `Romeo and Juliet`, and Beatrice in `Mnogo shuma is nichego` (aka.. Much Ado about Nothing). At the beginning of her film career, Tselikovskaya gave a stellar performance in Ivan Groznyy I (1944) by director Sergei M. Eisenstein. However, Joseph Stalin canceled her nomination for Stalin`s Prize, and as a consequence, Tselikovskaya did not have any official support for the rest of her career. During the Second World War Lyudmila Tselikovskaya entertained the Red Army troops at the front-lines together with her husband, actor Mikhail Zharov. However, after the war, she and Zharov were censored by the Soviet officials, and both became virtually unemployed. In 1948 Tselikovskaya married Karo Alabyan, a prominent architect, but soon he was falsely accused of anti-Soviet activity, was fired from all government projects, became depressed, and later died of cancer. For the next 15 years, Tselikovskaya lived in a civil union with director Yuri Lyubimov, and their home in Moscow was a meeting place for such cultural figures as Boris Pasternak, Petr Kapitsa, Vladimir Vysotsky, Fedor Abramov, Yevgeni Yevtushenko, and other Russian intellectuals. At the same time, Tselikovskaya did not have new roles to play, she was ignored by official Soviet critics, and was rarely mentioned in the Soviet press. However, she was still loved by general public, and was eventually designated People`s Actress of Russia. She died of cancer on July 2, 1992, in Moscow, Russia.

Full Name at Birth
Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya

Age
72

Has Videos
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Film Role
Actor/Actress

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Wikipedia Text

Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya (Russian: Людмила Васильевна Целиковская, 8 September 1919 – 4 July 1992) was a Russian film and theatre actress. Immensely popular in the 1940s due to parts in films like Hearts of the Four (1941-1944), Anton Ivanovich Gets Angry (1941), The Aerial Cabman (1943), Ivan the Terrible (1943), Twins (1945) and The Busy Estate (1946), she had a troubled artistic career and received her People's Artist of the RSFSR title only in 1963. For 15 years Tselikovskaya was a partner of Yuri Lyubimov, which never made her life easier, not in the Vakhtangov Theatre, with an orthodox Communist Mikhail Ulyanov at the helm. Tselikovskaya got little by way of laurels from the Soviet officialdom (and has been notoriously denied the People's Artist of the USSR title, a token of the ideological approval) but was admired by general public as a true legend of the Soviet War time cinema.


Occupation Text
actress

Year(s) Active
1938 – 1980s

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Date of Birth 8 September 1919, Astrakhan, Russia Date of Death 4 July 1992, Moscow, Russia Birth Name Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya Mini Bio (1) Lyudmila Tselikovskaya was a Russian film and stage actress, and unofficial sex symbol in the 1940s Soviet Union. She was loved by general public, but was censored under the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. She was born Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya on September 8, 1919, in Astrakhan, Russia. Her father, Vasili Tselikovsky, was an orchestra conductor, her mother was an opera singer. Young Tselikovskaya studied piano at the Gnesin School of Music in Moscow, then, from 1937 to 1941 she studied acting at the Shchukin Theatrical School of the Vakhtangov Theatre, graduating in 1941 as an actress. From 1941 to 1992 Lyudmila Tselikovskaya was a member of the troupe at Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow. There her stage partners were such actors as Mikhail Ulyanov, Ruben Simonov, Boris Zakhava, Mikhail Astangov, Varvara Popova, Vasiliy Lanovoy, Irina Kupchenko, Yuliya Borisova, Lyudmila Maksakova, Marianna Vertinskaya, Nina Ruslanova, Nikolai Plotnikov, Yuriy Yakovlev, Vladimir Etush, Vyacheslav Shalevich, Andrei Abrikosov, Grigori Abrikosov, Boris Babochkin, Nikolai Gritsenko, Nikolai Timofeyev, Evgeni Fedorov, Aleksandr Grave, Vladimir Koval, Viktor Zozulin, Evgeniy Karelskikh, Sergey Makovetskiy, and Ruben Simonov, among others. Tselikovskaya gave memorable performances in the classic Shakespeare's plays, such as Juliet in 'Romeo and Juliet', and Beatrice in 'Mnogo shuma is nichego' (aka.. Much Ado about Nothing). At the beginning of her film career, Tselikovskaya gave a stellar performance in Ivan the Terrible, Part I (1945) by director Sergei M. Eisenstein. However, Joseph Stalin canceled her nomination for Stalin's Prize, and as a consequence, Tselikovskaya did not have any official support for the rest of her career. During the Second World War Lyudmila Tselikovskaya entertained the Red Army troops at the front-lines together with her husband, actor Mikhail Zharov. However, after the war, she and Zharov were censored by the Soviet officials, and both became virtually unemployed. In 1948 Tselikovskaya married Karo Alabyan, a prominent architect, but soon he was falsely accused of anti-Soviet activity, was fired from all government projects, became depressed, and later died of cancer. For the next 15 years, Tselikovskaya lived in a civil union with director Yuri Lyubimov, and their home in Moscow was a meeting place for such cultural figures as Boris Pasternak, Petr Kapitsa, Vladimir Vysotskiy, Fedor Abramov, Evgeniy Evtushenko, and other Russian intellectuals. At the same time, Tselikovskaya did not have new roles to play, she was ignored by official Soviet critics, and was rarely mentioned in the Soviet press. However, she was still loved by general public, and was eventually designated People's Actress of Russia. She died of cancer on July 2, 1992, in Moscow, Russia. - IMDb Mini Biography By: Steve Shelokhonov Spouse (4) Mikhail Zharov (1943 - 1946) (divorced) Karo Alabyan (? - 5 January 1959) (his death) (1 child) Boris Voytekhov (? - ?) (divorced) Yury Alekseyev-Meskhiyev (? - ?) (divorced) Trivia (1) Had a son Aleksandr Alabyan with her, now late, 4th husband Karo Alabyan.

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