Larisa Udovichenko, Soviet – Russian actress
Larisa Udovichenko is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1984) and People’s Artist of Russia (1998). She starred in more than 120 films.
Larisa was born on April 29, 1955 in Vienna, Austria. Her father was a military doctor.
In the ninth grade, she made her debut in the short film Happy Kukushkin, directed by Alexander Pavlovsky. Later she starred in the movie And Hell With Us! and Child In November. Her first adult role Larisa played in the film directed by Sergei Gerasimov Mothers And Daughters (1974).
In 1976 Larisa graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography.
The actress became popular after the role of Manka in the film Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed.
Her first husband was film director Andrei Eshpay.
Pianist and businessman Gennady Bulgarian became Larisa’s second husband.
Her daughter Maria (born 1988) is also an actress, who starred in the comedy Shub – Baba Lyuba!.
1972 – The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
1976 – Citizens
1976 – Red and Black
1977 – Before the exam
1979 – Little Tragedies
1980 – People in the ocean
1981 – Facts of the last day
1982 – Married Bachelor
1983 – Mary Poppins, Goodbye
1984 – Dead Souls
1985 – Winter Cherry
1986 – Valentine and Valentine
1991 – Wandering stars
1993 – Wild Love
1995 – Train to Brooklyn
2000 – Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
2001 – Life is Full of Fun
2001 – People and shadows
2003 – Sink or Swim
2010 – Walking in Paris
2010 – Everything is possible
2011 – My family is crazy!