|Died||22 March 2021 87) (aged|
|Occupation||Film and Theatre Actress|
Tatyana Lolova (Bulgarian : Татяна Лолова, 10 February 1934 – 22 March 2021 ) was a Bulgarian stage and film actress. She was best known for her comedy roles that she played for more than 40 years, bringing her the reputation as one of the most popular Bulgarian actresses.
Lolova was born on 10 February 1934 in the Bulgarian capital city of Sofia. Her mother was of Russian-Ukrainian descent. Her father Zhelyazko Lolov was an accountant. Tatyana enrolled in the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts where she graduated in 1955. After the graduation, she was appointed in Russe Theatre, where Lolova remained until the end of 1956 when she joined the troupe of the newly founded Satirical Theatre "Aleko Konstantinov“ in Sofia. She died at the age of 87 in Sofia from complications following a COVID-19 infection.
|1964||Neveroyatna istoriya / Incredible Story||Bulgarian : Невероятна история|
|1968||Chovekat ot La Mancha / Man of La Mancha|| Bulgarian : Човекът от Ла Манча|
|1973||Siromashko Lyato / Indian Summer||Toteva||Bulgarian : Сиромашко лято|
|1974||Posledniyat ergen / The Last Bachelor||Zara Shishkova||Bulgarian : Последният ерген|
|1976||Shturetz v uhoto / A Cricket in the Ear||Vlastnata||Bulgarian : Щурец в ухото|
|1977||Zvezdi v kosite, salzi v ochite / Stars in Her Hair, Tears in Her Eyes||Sultana Syarova||Bulgarian : Звезди в косите, сълзи в очите|
|1978||Toplo / Warmth||Upravitelkata||Bulgarian : Топло|
|1983||Bon shans, inspektore! / Bonne Chance, Inspector!||Eliza Karadushieva (Velizar's mother)||Bulgarian : Бон шанс, инспекторе!|
|1984||Opasen char / Dangerous charm||Bulgarian : Опасен чар|
|1987||13ta godenitsa na printsa / The Thirteenth Bride of the Prince||Ladylay||Bulgarian : 13та годеница на принца|
|2003||Journey to Jerusalem|
|2011||House Arrest||мама Еми||Bulgarian : Домашен арест|
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