Yevgeni Lebedev

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Yevgeni Lebedev
Евгений Лебедев (in Russian)
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Yevgeni Alexeyevich Lebedev

(1917-01-15)January 15, 1917
DiedJune 9, 1997(1997-06-09) (aged 80)
Resting place Volkovo Cemetery
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Nationality Russian
Years active1940–1997
Spouse(s)Natella Tovstonogova
ChildrenAlexey Lebedev, Irina Meisher

Yevgeni Alexeyevich Lebedev (Russian : Евгeний Алeксeeвич Лeбeдeв; [1] January 15, 1917, Balakovo – June 9, 1997, St. Petersburg) was a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, and teacher. People's Artist of the USSR (1968). [1]



Yevgeni Lebedev was born in Balakovo (now — Saratov Oblast), in the family of a priest, and later was forced to hide his origin. [1]


Wife - Natela Tovstonogova (1926-2013), a sister of Georgy Tovstonogov.

Son - Alexey Lebedev (born 1952), a film director.

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