Inna, at a press conference in the Saratov Drama Theater in 2011.
|Born||Inna Mikhailovna Churikova|
5 October 1943
Belebey, Bashkir ASSR, RSFSR, USSR
|Years active||1965 - present|
Inna Mikhailovna Churikova (Russian: И́нна Миха́йловна Чу́рикова, given birth to 5 Oct 1943) is a Soviet and Russian film and theatre celebrity.
Churikova was created in Belebey, Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, RSFSR, USSR. In the first 1950s Inna shifted with her mom to Moscow. Inna was bent on getting an celebrity from an early on age: like a schoolgirl she researched at the theatre studio mounted on the Stanislavsky Theater and later on, after several failures, came into Shchepkin Drama College. She debuted in filming whilst a first-year college student, in small episodic tasks. Inna Churikova became popular because of the movies V ogne broda online (No Route Through Open fire) (1968), and specifically the triumphal Nachalo (The Debut) (1970) from the after that beginning film movie director and her husband to be Gleb Panfilov.Her other most memorable functions were in the movies: Tot samyy Myunkhgauzen (THE SAME Munchhausen) (1979) compiled by Grigory Gorin and directed by Tag Zakharov, Voenno-polevoy roman (Wartime Love) (1983) by Pyotr Todorovsky, Rebro Adama (Adam's Rib) (1990) by Vyacheslav Krishtofovich, God sobaki (THE ENTIRE YEAR of a Puppy) (1993) by Semyon Aranovich, Plashch Kazanovy (Casanova's Raincoat) (1993) by Aleksandr Galin, Kurochka Ryaba (Ryaba My Poultry) (1994) by Andrei Konchalovsky, and Shirli-Myrli (Just what a mess!) (1995) by Vladimir Menshov. On her behalf part in Wartime Love, she won the Metallic Bear for Greatest Actress in the 34th Berlin International Film Event, and won the Nika Honor in 1991 in the very best Actress category on her behalf part in Rebro Adama.Inna Churikova can be a renowned stage celebrity, mainly employed in Lenkom theatre with movie director Mark Zakharov, and a non-repertory theatre celebrity.As well as her spouse and boy, Churikova was a co-screenwriter for the historical feature Romanovy: Ventsenosnaya semya (The Romanovs: An Imperial Family members) (2000), where instead of appear on display screen, she dubs the British celebrity Lynda Bellingham starring seeing that the tsarina Aleksandra Fyodorovna.
Clouds more than Borsk (Тучи над Борском) (1963) seeing that Raika, classmate Olya Jogging the Roads of Moscow (Я шагаю по Москве) (1963) seeing that girl taking part in the playful competition Jack port Frost (Морозко) (1964) seeing that Marfúshka Where are you today, Maxim? (Где ты теперь, Максим?) (1964) as Angelica Make (Стряпуха) (1965) as Barbara Thirty Three (Тридцать три) (1965) as Rose Lyubashkina Mind nurse (Старшая сестра) (1966) as Nelly The Elusive Avengers (Неуловимые мстители) (1966) as blond Josy Zero Path Through Fireplace (В огне брода нет) (1967) as Tanya Tetkina THE START (Начало) (1970) as P`asha Stroganova/Joan of Arc Demand to speak (Прошу слова) (1967) as Elizabeth A. Uvarovа, chairman of the town Council THE SAME Munchhausen (Тот самый Мюнхгаузен) (1979) as Jakobina von Munchhausen The Theme (Тема) (1979) as Sasha Nikolaeva, museum information Valentina (Валентина) (1981) as Anna V. Khoroshih, barmaid Wartime Love (Военно-полевой роман)(1983) as Vera Vassa (Васса) (1983) as Vassa Zheleznova Deceased Souls (Мертвые души) (1984) as Female, nice in all respects Courier (Курьер) (1987) as Lydia Alekseevna, Ivan's mom Mom (Мать) (1990) as Pelagea Nilovna Vlassovna, Pavel's mom Adam's Rib (
Honours and awards
Purchase of Merit for the Fatherland; 3rd course (27 July 2007) - for exceptional contribution towards the advancement of theatrical artwork, and many many years of innovative activity 4th course (25 August 1997) - an excellent contribution towards the advancement of theatrical arts Russian Federation Condition Reward (1996) - for the part of Arkadina in the play "The Seagull" by Chekhov Condition Prize from the RSFSR Vasiliev brothers (1985) - for the primary part in film "Vassa" Lenin Komsomol Reward (1976) - for the creation of pictures in contemporary movie theater People's Designer of USSR (1991) People's Designer from the RSFSR (1985) Honoured Designer from the RSFSR (1977) Official from the Purchase of Arts and Characters (France, 2010)