Ludmila Zaitseva

Picture of Ludmila Zaitseva

Date of Birth: 07/21/1946

Age: 70

Place of birth: East Farm

Citizenship: Russia


Winner of the All-Union Film Festival in the category `Awards for acting work "for 1977.

Laureate of the State Prize of the USSR (1983 - for his role as Maria Popova in the film "Childhood Holiday").

Winner of the silver medal Dovzhenko (1986, for participation in the movie "Moscow speaking").

She graduated from the Theater School. B. Shchukin (1970).

Since 1976 - the actress Studio Theatre actor.

In the movie, Lyudmila Zaitseva debuted in 1967 cameo role in the melodrama Andron Konchalovsky`s "The Story of Asya Klyachina".

The first success of the actress brought the role pomkomvzvoda Kiryanova sergeant in the military drama Stanislav Rostotsky "The Dawns Here Are Quiet". In the future, Lyudmila Zaitseva shot a lot. Best of all she managed to images of ordinary women from the people: Alexander Yarmolyuk ( "Hello and Goodbye"), Pelagia ( "Kadkin everyone knows"), Valentine ( "Xenia, beloved wife of Theodore") Strogova ( "Strogovy"), Maria Popova ( "childhood Holiday").

The film B. Picula "Little Vera", playing the main character rolmateri, Lyudmila Zaitseva created absolutely recognizable image of a typical Soviet woman, "forged in the struggle for existence."

Over time, other types of the vogue, and now Lyudmila in films much less. Surprisingly interesting actress showed itself in historical costume tapes. In 1997, she successfully played the role in the drama Yefrosinia Vitaly Melnikov "Tsarevich Alexei," and then in the series Catherine Ioannovna Svetlana Druzhininoj "Secrets of Palace Revolutions" (2000).

Currently, the actress retired, but "well-deserved rest," her life can not be called. It so happened that Lyudmila became the sole support for his elderly mother, a sick husband and daughter-student.