Irina Petrovna Zarubina
April 22, 1907
|Died||May 20, 1976 69) (aged|
Irina Petrovna Zarubina (Russian : Ирина Петровна Зару́бина; April 22, 1907 – May 20, 1976) was a Soviet and Russian actress. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1951).
She was born on April 22, 1907 in Kazan.
In 1929, she graduated from the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts, after which she worked at the Leningrad Theater of the Proletcult.
Since 1935 – a member of the Leningrad Comedy Theater.
She died on May 20, 1976. She was buried at Komarovsky cemetery in Saint Petersburg.
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