Tatyana Alekseeva - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Actress.
October 9, 1922, Semipalatinsk - February 21, 1996, Minsk.
Honored Artist of the Byelorussian SSR (1955).
She began her stage career as a member of the troupe of the Kiev Musical Comedy Theater, which was evacuated to Kazakhstan during the Great Patriotic War (since 1943).
In the postwar years she worked at the Chernivtsi Music and Drama Theater, under the direction of the People's Artist of the USSR V. Vasilko.
Then she was invited to the Mogilev Regional Drama Theater. After the merger of this collective with the Brest Drama Theater named after. Lenin Komsomol of Belarus, lived and worked for several years in the city above the Bug (1948-1951).
Actress of the National Academic Drama Theater. Ya.Kupala (1951-1996).
Has played about 200 roles on stage and in films.
She took an active part in literary compositions, poetry programs and performances of the Belarusian radio, starred in television productions of the Minsk television studio.
Among the most interesting works is the role of Rimma in the television play “4-1=4” (1963), based on the play by Belarusian authors A. Brailovsky and B. Burian, staged by V. Stankevich.
She was a regular participant in creative evenings at the Minsk House of Cinema and the House of Actor, conducted public work in the Union of Theater Workers of Belarus and the Guild of Film Actors of Belarus.
She represented Soviet art at the International Film Festival of Asia, Africa and Latin America in Tashkent (1972).
Taught at the Belarusian Theater and Art Institute (1968-1975), the Minsk Institute of Culture (1977-1982), the Belarusian Academy of Music (since 1982), at the Acting Studio School of the Belarusian Guild of Film Actors (since 1992).
The book "Like the smile of the evening sun ..." was published about the creative destiny of the actress, in which the actress's colleagues remember her.
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