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Born December 31, 1928 in Moscow.
Singer (lyric soprano), actress of operetta, theater and cinema.
Honored Artist of the RSFSR (03/08/1960).
People's Artist of the RSFSR (1969).
People's Artist of the USSR (01.24.1978) .
In 1947, she entered the Glazunov Music Theater School, where she studied for four years. Then she studied at the GITIS named after A. V. Lunacharsky, where she successfully studied vocals in the class of D. B. Belyavskaya and mastered the secrets of acting from the teacher I. M. Tumanov and S. Stein.
In 1953 she graduated from the faculty of musical comedy of GITIS and received the specialty "artist of musical theater". Immediately after graduation, she was accepted into the troupe of the Moscow Operetta Theater and was noticed from the very first role - Violetta in "Violet of Montmartre" directed by GM Yaron.
In 1962, she first appeared in films. She, a person devoted to the theater, was attracted by the opportunity of creative communication with talented actors and with an interesting director Eldar Ryazanov in the film "The Ballad of Hussars", where she played a cameo role of the French actress Germont, who came to Russia on tour and was stuck in the snow at the height of the war.
Throughout the career of the actress, along with work in the theater, her concert and tour activities took place. The repertoire included the roles of Marietta ("Bayadere" by I. Kalman), Silva ("Silva" by I. Kalman), Ganna Glavari ("The Merry Widow" by F. Legar), Dolly Galagher ("Hello, Dolly" by J. Herman), Nicole ("The Quarters of Paris" by Minch) and others. For many years, her constant partner in concert and touring activities was the Honored Artist of the RSFSR, soloist of the Moscow Operetta Theater Anatoly Vasilyevich Pinevich.
In 2001 in the Vagrius publishing house in the series “My 20th Century” a book of memoirs by Tatyana Shmyga “Happiness Smiled at Me” was published .
She passed away on February 3, 2011 in Moscow. She was buried on February 7 at the Novodevichy cemetery in Moscow.