Lyudmila Tselikovskaya (1919–1992)


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Lyudmila Tselikovskaya was a Russian film and stage actress, and unofficial sex symbol in the 1940s Soviet Union. She was loved by general public, but was censored under the dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. She was born Lyudmila Vasilyevna Tselikovskaya on September 8, 1919, in Astrakhan, Russia. Her father, Vasili Tselikovsky, was an orchestra ... See full bio »

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(age 72) in Moscow, Russia

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Known For

The Grasshopper Olga Ivanovna Dymova
(1955)
A Noisy Household Antonina Pavlovna Kalmykova
(1946)
Four Hearts Alexandra Sergeyevna 'Shura' Murashova
(1945)
Ivan the Terrible, Part I Czarina Anastasia Romanovna
(1944)

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 1987 Repetitor
Kseniya Lvovna Zamyatina
 1980 Les
Gurmyzhskaya
 1978 Odnokashniki (TV Movie)
Sofiya Polovskaya
 1978 Den-denskoy (TV Movie)
Romanenko
 1977 Chelovek s ruzhyom (TV Movie)
 1976 Damy i gusary (TV Movie)
Anelya
 1973 On prishyol (TV Movie)
Sybil Birling
 1970 Semya kak semya (TV Movie)
Tatyana Ivanovna Korobova
 1956 Mnogo shuma iz nichego (as L. Tselikovskaya)
 1955 The Grasshopper
Olga Ivanovna Dymova
 1954 My s vami gde-to vstrechalis
Larisa Levkoyeva (as L. Tselikovskaya)
 1948 Karandash na ldu (Short)
Natasha
 1946 A Noisy Household
Antonina Pavlovna Kalmykova
 1945 Twins
Lyuba Karaseva
 1945 Four Hearts
Alexandra Sergeyevna 'Shura' Murashova
 1944 Ivan the Terrible, Part I
Czarina Anastasia Romanovna
 1943 Vozdushnyy izvozchik
Natasha (as L. Tselikovskaya)
 1941 Spring Song
Serafima "Sima" Antonovna Voronova
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L. Tselikovskaya
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Had a son Aleksandr Alabyan with her, now late, 4th husband Karo Alabyan.

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