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Svetlana Nemoliaïeva est une Actrice Russe née le 18 avril 1937 à Moscou (Russie)

Svetlana Nemoliaïeva

Svetlana Nemoliaïeva
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Nom de naissance Светлана Владимировна Немоляева
Nationalité Russie
Naissance 18 avril 1937 (83 ans) à Moscou (Russie)

Svetlana Vladimirovna Nemoliaïeva (en russe : Светла́на Влади́мировна Немоля́ева), née le 18 avril 1937 à Moscou en URSS, est une actrice soviétique puis russe de théâtre et cinéma.

Biographie

Svetlana Nemolyaeva was born in Moscow in 1937. Her father Vladimir Viktorovich Nemolyaev (1902-1987) was a film director, her mother Valentina Lvovna Nemolyaeva (née Ladygina, 1907-1988), a sound engineer at the film studio. Among the family friends were renowned Soviet actors Lyudmila Tselikovskaya, Mikhail Zharov, Vsevolod Pudovkin, a star circus comic Rumyantsev. Parents were often filming their little daughter in mass scenes; Nemolyaeva's first feature film was Konstantin Yudin's Twins (1945), starring Tselikovskaya and Zharov, where the 8-year old played Svetochka.

In 1958, after graduating the Shchepkin's Theatre College, Nemolyaeva joined the Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya, then, after just one season moved to the Mayakovsky Theatre where she remained for the rest of her life. One of her first successes there was the part of Ophelia in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, produced by the then theatre's director Nikolai Okhlopkov. Later, as Andrey Goncharov came to become the head of the theatre, she created several outstanding characters, notably Blanche in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire and the Mayoress Anna Andreevna in Nikolai Gogol’s Revizor.

Svetlana Nemolyaeva's first success on screen came was the part of Olga Larina in Roman Tikhomirov's Evgeny Onegin (1958). She had to wait several years for another big part, in Konstantin Khudyakov's Such a Short Long Life (1975), co-starring Alexander Lazarev, fellow Mayakovsky Theatre actor whom she married in 1960. Her real breakthrough came when Eldar Ryazanov invited her to play Olya Ryzhova in his highly successful intellectual comedy Office Romance. Later he filmed her again, in The Garage. In 1980 Svetlana Nemolyaeva was awarded the prestigious title of the People's Artist of Russia. In the 1980s and 1990s Nemolyaeva continued to appear on screen regularly; critically acclaimed were her parts of Madam Zizi (Say a Word for a Poor Hussar), actress Nina Ossovskaya (The Intrusion), Irina in The Relatives (TV play) and Matilda (The Dame’s Visit). She was awarded (twice) Order For Merit to the Fatherland, 4th and 3rd class (2007, 2012).

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Filmographie de Svetlana Nemoliaïeva (8 films)

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Artistka
Artistka (2007)
, 1h40
Réalisé par Stanislav Govoroukhine
Genres Drame, Comédie, Romance
Acteurs Dmitry Pevtsov, Aleksandr Abdulov, Yuri Stepanov, Fiodor Bondartchouk, Mikhail Yefremov, Irina Skobtseva
Note67% 3.382643.382643.382643.382643.38264
A no longer young divorced woman is not lucky in life. Anna is a theater actress, but is offered only minor roles. In her personal life she is lonely. Anna meets an interesting man and between them there is love. She is offered a good role and must choose between her career and love.
Promesse du ciel, 2h5
Réalisé par Eldar Riazanov
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Lia Akhedjakova, Valentin Gaft, Oleg Basilashvili, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva, Natalya Georgyevna Gundareva, Vyacheslav Nevinny
Rôle l'ex-femme du président
Note70% 3.532753.532753.532753.532753.53275
Near one of Moscow's train stations, on a landfill site, a group of vagrants lives. Due to a variety of reasons, once prosperous people have lost their jobs, homes, loved ones and began to live on a garbage site. Among them are: Anphemia, a talented artist, and her brother Fedor Yelistratov, who was repressed in the days of Stalinism. Solomon, a former engineer, who lost his job because his family emigrated to Israel. The former cook and housemaid Katya, who was beaten and kicked out of her house by her drunkard son. The head of those unfortunate people is "President" - a former party worker Dmitry Loginov, who like his friend Fedor, was in Stalin's camps.
Oslinaya shkura, 1h25
Genres Science-fiction, Fantasy
Thèmes Films pour enfants
Acteurs Vladimir Etouch, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva
Rôle Queen Gorgette
Note68% 3.4288353.4288353.4288353.4288353.428835
A bunch of paintings come to life and one of them proceeds to tell the story. A princess ran away from her courtly life, disguising herself in the skin of a donkey that excreted gold coins. When a prince sees her dressed like a princess, he tries to find out who she is.
Garazh
Garazh (1980)

Réalisé par Eldar Riazanov
Genres Drame, Comédie
Acteurs Iya Savvina, Lia Akhedjakova, Georgi Burkov, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva, Valentin Gaft, Andrey Myagkov
Rôle Guskov's Wife
Note80% 4.037974.037974.037974.037974.03797
An automotive highway is scheduled to be built through the territory of a garage cooperative. A special meeting of the cooperative takes place to reduce the number of garages. As all was already decided and arranged by the chairholder and the board, the decision passes easily at the meeting. But one unexpected event happens - the meeting room's entrance has been locked by an anonymous member and the key is missing...
Romance de bureau, 2h31
Réalisé par Eldar Riazanov
Origine Russie
Genres Drame, Comédie, Comédie romantique, Mélodrame, Romance
Thèmes Théâtre, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre
Acteurs Andrey Myagkov, Alissa Freindlich, Oleg Basilashvili, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva, Lyudmila Ivanova, Lia Akhedjakova
Rôle Olga Ryzhova, collègue de Novosseltsev, ex-petite amie de Samokhvalov
Note82% 4.145474.145474.145474.145474.14547
Anatoli Novosseltsev, un modeste employé, se trouve mis au placard à son Institut de statistique. Pour décrocher un nouveau poste, sur conseil de son collègue Youri Samokhvalov, il tente de séduire sa chef Lioudmila Kalouguina, femme à l'apparence négligée pour qui le travail a remplacé la vie privée.
Brèves Rencontres, 1h36
Réalisé par Kira Mouratova
Origine Russie
Genres Drame, Comédie, Aventure, Romance
Acteurs Nina Rouslanova, Vladimir Vysotsky, Kira Mouratova, Alekseï Glazyrine, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva
Note73% 3.678043.678043.678043.678043.67804
Valentina est responsable du logement dans une petite ville. Confrontée à l'impatience des postulants pour un logement et à la corruption des constructeurs, elle a un amant, Maxime, qui est surtout soucieux de sa propre liberté. Elle découvre que sa femme de ménage, plus jeune qu'elle, a également pour amant Maxime...
Eugene Onegin, 1h48
Genres Drame, Musical, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Musique, Adaptation d'un opéra
Acteurs Ariadna Shengelaya, Svetlana Nemoliaïeva, Galina Vishnevskaya
Note74% 3.7440953.7440953.7440953.7440953.744095
Eugene Onegin, a jaded young dandy from the big city of St. Petersburg, travels to the country to ingratiate himself into the affection of a dying uncle. There he meets the idealistic and romantic poet Vladimir Lensky, who introduces him to the daughters of a local landowner: Olga, with whom Lensky has strong affections, and Olga's younger sister Tatyana. Tatyana falls in love with Onegin. She writes him a letter pledging her love to him and telling him that she "is his." But Onegin rejects her in a polite, but cold and condescending sermon. Instead, angered by Lensky's dragging him to Tatyana's nameday party, he asks Olga to dance and flirts with her, much to Lensky's displeasure. Lensky challenges his friend to a duel with pistols. Seconds are appointed and, opportunities for reconciliation scorned, the duel takes place. Onegin kills Lensky and leaves the country estates to take a distant military assignment. Tatyana has disturbed dreams of Onegin and visits his uncle's estate to scan the books that he was reading so as to judge his character.