Elena Yakovleva

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Elena Yakovleva
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Elena Yakovleva in UIA "Cultural Center and public events" Severodvinsk, 2012.
Born Elena Alexeevna Yakovleva
(1961-03-05) March 5, 1961 (age 56)
Novohrad-Volynskyi, Ukrainian SSR, USSR
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actress, television
Years active 1983–present
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Nika Award - 1989, 1992
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Elena Alexeevna Yakovleva (Russian: Еле́на Алексе́евна Я́ковлева; born 5 March 1961) is a Russian actress known for her roles in such films as Intergirl and Encore, Once More Encore! as well as for the main role in the popular TV-series Kamenskaya.

She is a long-term actress in the Moscow Sovremennik Theatre. In 2002, Yakovleva was awarded the title People's Artist of Russia.[1] Laureate of the State Prize of Russian Federation in the field of literature and art in 2000.[2] She was awarded the Order of Honour (2006).[3]

Biography[edit]

After graduating from high school, was admitted to one of the leading theaters in the Moscow Sovremennik Theatre. In 1986, Elena Yakovleva proposed to go to the Moscow Drama Theater named after M.N. Yermolova - a theater located in Moscow.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1987 Plumbum, or The Dangerous Game Mariya
1989 Intergirl Tanya Zaitseva
1992 Encore, Once More Encore! Anya Kryukova
1992 Education for women and cruelty dogs Anna
1995 What a Wonderful Game Vera Markelova
1995 St. Petersburg secrets Princess Anne Chechevinskaya TV series
1999 - 2011 Kamenskaya Anastasia Kamenskaya TV series
2006 Nobody knows about sex Kesha's mother
2007 I’m Staying
2010 In the style of Jazz
2013 Vangelia
2016 Flight Crew Irina
2017 The Last Warrior Baba Yaga, the wise woman and a witch.
Goalkeeper of the Galaxy

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