Ludmila Savelyeva

Ludmila Savelyeva

Ludmila Savelyeva (1972)
Born Ludmila Mikhaylovna Savelyeva
(1942-01-24) January 24, 1942
Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Actress, Ballerina

Ludmila Mikhaylovna Savelyeva (Russian: Людмила Михайловна Савельева) is a Russian film actress and ballerina. Born on 24 January 1942 in Leningrad, she achieved lasting fame in the role of Natasha Rostova in the 1966–68 film War and Peace, which was six years in the making. She won a Diploma prize for this role at the 4th Moscow International Film Festival.[1]


Year Film Russian Title Role Other notes
1964Sleeping BeautyСпящая красавицаНереида
1967War and PeaceВойна и мирNatasha RostovaDirected by Sergei Bondarchuk
Won the Academy Award prize
1970The FlightБегSerafima Vladimirovna KorzukhinaDirected by Alexander Alov and Vladimir Naumov
1970SeagullЧайкаNina Zarechnay
1970SunflowerПодсолнухиMashaDirected by Vittorio De Sica
1972The Headless HorsemanВсадник без головыLouise PoindexterDirected by Vladimir Vajnshtok
1977Julia VrevskayaЮлия ВревскаяJulia Vrevskaya
1981The HatШляпаMila Directed by Leonid Kvinikhidze
1981From the evening until noonС вечера до полудняNina ZharkovDirected by Konstantin Khudyakov
1983The fourth year of warШёл четвёртый год войныNadezhda MorozDirected by Georgy Nikolaenko
SnowСнегTatyana Petrovna, actress
1984We can not predictНам не дано предугадатьOlga Nikolaevna Michurin
1984SuccessУспехInna, ex-wife of FetisovDirected by Konstantin Khudyakov
1986Someone Else's White and speckledЧужая белая и рябойXenia Nikolaevna Startsev, actressDirected by Sergei Solovyov
1989Black Rose Is an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose Is an Emblem of LoveЧёрная роза эмблема печали, красная роза эмблема любвиAlexander's motherDirected by Sergei Solovyov
1991The plot for the two storiesСюжет для двух рассказовVolodya's mother
2000Tender AgeНежный возрастgrandmother ("Night Witch")Directed by Sergei Solovyov
2001Clock without handsЧасы без стрелок
2006Seventh HeavenСедьмое небоMargarita, the mother of Yegor
2009Anna KareninaАнна КаренинаPrincess ShcherbatskysDirected by Sergei Solovyov


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