Nataly Fateeva, Soviet – Russian actress
Nataly Fateeva is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1965), People’s Artist of the RSFSR (1980).
Nataly was born on December 23, 1934. In her youth Nataly was engaged in sports and even became a champion of the city in the long jump. But her dream was to become an actress.
In 1958 she graduated from the State Institute of Cinematography. In 1996 Nataly was awarded the medal Defender of Free Russia and in 2000 – Medal of Honor.
She performed in Red and Black by Gerasimov, Two Stubborn People by Nazim Hikmet, Three Comrades by E.M. Remarque, Family Weekend Surprises.
Part of her personal clothes Nataly presented to fashion historian Alexander Vasiliev, in particular:
Evening dress, Moscow, 1961, which was sewn for the II Moscow International Film Festival;
An evening ensemble of brocade, trimmed with velvet. Moscow. 1969;
Cotton evening dress, in African style. Cameroon. 1970;
Evening dress with high waist. Moscow. 2nd half of the 70s;
Cocktail dress with chiffon shoulder pads. 2nd half of the 80s.
All pieces of clothing were exhibited in a unique exhibition Fashion behind the Iron Curtain.
She was married to actor Leonid Tarabarinov (1928-2008). Their daughter was born in 1959.
Nataly’s second husband was film director Vladimir Basov (1923-1987). In the marriage Fateeva gave birth to a son.
And the third husband was cosmonaut Boris Yegorov (1937-1994). Natalia gave birth to their daughter Natalia.