Video: Actresses of one role: 5 famous Soviet actresses who left the cinema after a loud triumph
2023 Author: Richard Flannagan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 05:58
For the entire long career, some actors fail to achieve the fame and recognition that some come to after just one bright role. But a successful film debut does not always become a guarantee of further demand and popularity. Thousands of viewers will probably recognize these Soviet actresses, although their names are probably not known to many. After the triumphant appearance on the screens, they were never able to repeat their success, although each had their own reasons for this …
Actress Svetlana Amanova became famous throughout the Union at the age of 21, after the role of Tanya in the film "Sportloto-82". In the first year of distribution alone, it was watched by 50 million people. The actress was hit by incredible popularity. At the Maly Theater, she began to be trusted with the main roles. There were also proposals from filmmakers, but they were of the same type, and the roles were episodic. Amanova dreamed of serious dramatic roles, but she was seen only as a pretty young girl. Disappointed in the profession, Svetlana left the cinema. After the death of her mother, she fell into a severe depression, which she could not get out of for 6 years. In the 1990s. the actress divorced her husband and was left alone with her daughter, practically without means of subsistence. There was still work at the Maly Theater, but it did not bring much income. Svetlana returned to the cinema only in the 2000s, acting mainly in TV shows.
Kinotriumph 16-year-old Anastasia Nemolyaeva was the main role in the film "Courier", which became the leader of the box office in 1987 and the cult film of the youth of the era of perestroika. In the first year alone, it was watched by 32 million viewers. The young actress received bags of letters with declarations of love. In 1991, Nemolyaeva graduated from GITIS, starred in several films, including "Intergirl", for several years she performed on the stage of the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya. But soon the actress got married and left the profession. She had three children, she took up their upbringing. In addition, Nemolyaeva has a new hobby - interior design and furniture painting. In 2006-2011, she returned to the cinema, playing in several TV series.
Natalia Vavilova played more than one role in the cinema, but the audience remembered her as Alexandra from the film "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears." She first appeared on the screens at the age of 14, and fame came to her at 20. But soon after her triumph, the actress suddenly disappeared from the screens. Then there were many rumors about this - they said that she got married and went abroad. But as it turned out later, the cause of her disappearance was an accident that happened to her in 1987 on the set. According to the plot, she was supposed to ride, but the horse reared up and threw the rider. Natalia was admitted to the hospital with a serious spinal injury, she was replaced by another actress. This became the reason for Vavilova's prolonged depression and her disappointment in the acting profession. In the 1990s. no new worthy proposals have been received from the directors. The actress and her husband built a house on Rublevka, took up gardening and charity work. Now she says that flowers and trees interest her much more than film industry news.
Lyudmila Dmitrieva has acted in films since the 1970s, but the audience remembered her for her role as Suzanne Brissard in the film Look for a Woman. After that, popularity came to her, director Alla Surikova invited the actress to a new project. But just at this time Dmitrieva found out that she was pregnant and decided to take a break from her film career. She could not imagine that this pause would drag on for long. The actress gave birth to her second child, and when she was ready to return to the cinema, it turned out that she had already been forgotten. In the 1990s. no proposals were received, and Dmitrieva resigned herself to the role of a housewife. But once Alexander Kalyagin invited her to his theater "Et Cetera", and since then she has been successfully performing on his stage. In the 2000s. the actress starred in several TV series.
Tatyana Lyutaeva became famous at the age of 22 - after her debut film “Midshipmen, forward!” Was released on the screens, where she got the role of Anastasia Yaguzhinskaya. Soon after filming, the actress married the Lithuanian poet Olegas Ditkovskis, left for her husband's homeland and gave birth to a daughter. For the sake of family happiness, she refused all the offers that directors bombarded her with after a successful film debut. For some time she performed on the theater stage and acted in films in Lithuania, but she did not manage to repeat her success. After divorcing her husband and returning to Russia, she again began acting in films and TV series, but none of the many roles brought her former glory. And her daughter Agnia Ditkovskite followed in her mother's footsteps and also became an actress.
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