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Valentina Malyavina (I)

Valentina Malyavina was born on June 18, 1941 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR as Valentina Aleksandrovna Malyavina. She is an actress, known for Ivan's Childhood (1962), Muzh i doch' Tamary Aleksandrovny (1988) and Kogda ryadom muzhchina (1978). She was previously married to Aleksandr Zbruev. See full bio »

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 2002 Liniya zashchity (TV Series)
- Liniya zashchity (2002)
 1989 Otche nash
 1978 Leto v Noane (TV Movie)
Solange (as V. Malyavina)
 1977 Meshchanin vo dvoryanstve (TV Movie)
Lucile
 1977 Situatsiya (TV Movie)
Lidiya
 1975 Obretesh v boyu (TV Movie)
Dina
 1974 Dolgota dnya
Sanda
 1971 Tysyacha dush (TV Movie)
Nastenka Godneva
 1970 Korol-olen
Angela
 1970 Krasnaya ploshchad
Natasha Kutasova
 1970 Nochnoy zvonok
Vladya
 1968 Portret Doriana Greya (TV Movie)
Sybil Vane
 1967 Kuryer Kremlya (TV Movie)
 1966 Tunelul
Natasha
 1964 Sotrudnik ChK
 1963 Utrenniye poyezda
Asya Bogdanova
 1962 Ivan's Childhood
Masha (as V. Malyavina)
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V. Malyavina
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Was sentenced for 9 years of prison in 1982 for the murder of Stanislav Zhdanko in 1977. Released in 1987.

Star Sign:

Gemini

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