Galina Grigorieva, Soviet actress
Galina Grigorieva was Soviet theater and film actress, Honored Artist of Kabardino-Balkaria (1959).
Pretty girl was born on June 28, 1917. In 1932, Galina graduated from the Moscow school. Then she studied at the Moscow Radio Engineering School for a year and at the Moscow Art Theater School. In 1932-1933 she worked as a secretary.
Later, Galina worked in the Studio Theatre. From 1949 to 1969 she was the actress of the Mayakovsky Theater.
Grigorieva played Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother and Queen of Denmark, in the famous play Hamlet (directed by Nikolai Okhlopkov). A notable role was the role of Olga Pavlova Kosogorova in the play Escape from the Night staged by Vladimir Dudin.
By the way, Galina’s most well-known roles in the movie are the role of Masha (Dubrovsky) and Maria Morevna (Kashchei Immortal). Also the actress played in the films Old House (1969), Reporter (1967), May Night, or the Drowned (1952), Mikluho-Maclay (1947), Two Bothers (1936) and others.
In 1946 the actress was awarded a medal For Valiant Labor in the Great Patriotic War.
Beautiful actress was married twice. Film director Alexander Ivanovsky was her first husband and they had son Sergey. Actor Georgy Georgiou became her second husband.
The actress died on April 16, 1969. The urn with the ashes was buried in the columbarium of the Novodevichy Cemetery.