Valentina Telichkina

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Valentina Telichkina
Valentina Ivanovna Telichkina

(1945-01-10) January 10, 1945 (age 76)
Years active1965 — present
Awards Honored Artist of RSFSR (1976)
Lenin Komsomol Prize (1976)
Vasilyev Brothers State Prize of the RSFSR (1985)
People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2009)

Valentina Ivanovna Telichkina (Russian : Валенти́на Ива́новна Тели́чкина; born January 10, 1945) is a Soviet and Russian film and stage actress. People's Artist of the Russian Federation (2009). [1]



Valentina Telichkina was born January 10, 1945 (the day of the forty-year anniversary of his mother [2] ). She was the seventh born, the youngest child of her parents.

Valentina began to show her artistic talent from early childhood - singing ditties at concerts in the kindergarten. In high school she actively participated in amateur performances: singing, dancing, reading poetry and short stories, playing guitar in a string orchestra. So after graduating from high school she went to Moscow and immediately entered VGIK, the studio Vladimir Belokurov's, where she studied from 1963 to 1967. [3] [4] [5]

Since 1967, Valentina Telichkina is an actress of the National Film Actors' Theatre.

Valentina Telichkina debuted in cinema after her second year of studies at the institute, in 1965, she appeared in a small role in the film Taiga Troopers by directors Vladimir Krasnopolsky and Valery Uskov. [6]

In 1967, she starred in the film by Sergei Gerasimov The Journalist . Telichkina considered this role to be the most important one in life, since it was her cinematic breakthrough. [7]

Valentina Telichkina's filmography contains more than 60 works. [8]

In her spare time she enjoys painting. [9] The actress loves to read, to grow flowers. [5]

For statements against the interests of national security she was banned from entering Ukraine. [10]


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