Date of Birth: 06/24/1908
Place of birth: a. Skotinin
reclusive old age
Born in a village near the town of Achinsk Nazarovo. In 16 years, he became a teacher and taught the villagers to read and write. At about the same age for the first time went on stage amateur drama club, played in performances Achinsk theater. Arriving to conquer Moscow, with the first call came in GITIS, with the notation "gifted" was made in the statement. In 1928 he starred in a small episode in the silent film "The city can not go."
After graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1933, he was admitted to the Moscow Art Theater corpse, but worked there for a short time - until 1935, when fully surrendered to the movies. Care of the Moscow Art Theater and helped Ivan Pyryev, whom she married in 1936. Creative Alliance Ladynina - Pyryev was one of the most successful in the Soviet cinema. Ladynina became the winner of five USSR State Prize (1941, for the role of Mariana Bajan in the film "Tractor"; in 1942, for his role Glasha Novikova in the movie "Svinarkai shepherd"; in 1946, for his role Vari Pankova in the movie "At six o`clock in the evening after the war"; 1948 for the role of Natasha Malinina in the film "Ballad of Siberia"; in 1951, for her role in the film Galina Peresvetova "Kuban Cossacks"). In 1950, after the release of "The Kuban Cossacks" Ladynina was awarded the title of People`s Artist of the USSR.
However, embodying an idealized image on the screens of the workers and collective farmers, Ladynina knew all their falseness and inconsistency, and had no illusions about the "bright future".
In 1954 it comes out in theaters the movie "loyalty test", after which marriage Ladynina Pyreva and suddenly disintegrates. This divorce puts an end to the career of the actress, after 1954 he had not appeared in any film. At one time she worked in the studio theater actor and has performed concerts in the cities and villages.
In 1998, the year of his 90th birthday, she received the award "Nika" in the nomination "For the honor and dignity".