Nadezhda Cherednichenko, Soviet actress
Nadezhda Cherednichenko was a Soviet theater and film actress, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1971).
Pretty girl was born on August 14, 1927 in Boguslav (now the Kiev region, Ukraine).
In 1949 she graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography, and in 1960 from the Musical and Pedagogical Institute, vocal department.
You know, in 1946, Cherednichenko debuted in the film The First Glove directed by Andrei Frolov. That time she met her future husband popular actor Ivan Pereverzev. Nadezhda gave birth to their son, but in 1951 the couple broke up.
By the way, Cherednichenko was an actress of the Actors Studio Theatre, where she had been working for over 30 years.
Her second husband was Peter Todorovski. Their daughter Elena was born in 1953. In 1961 they divorced and Nadezhda came back to Pereverzev. But after a year and a half they finally parted. Her ex-husband Todorovski later became a great film director. The actress’s career was almost completed in the sixties.
You know, Cherednichenko played the main roles in the films between 1954 and 1960, and from 1949 to 1983 she was mainly a theater actress.
The best role in her filmography was the role of a peasant woman in the joint Italian-Soviet film Sunflowers. To tell the truth, awesome actress starred in only 18 films, including World Champion (1954), Bonfire of Immortality (1956), When The Nightingales Sing (1956), 26 Baku Commissars (1966), Novel About The Wings (1979).
For many years the actress has been living abroad.