Marina Alekseyevna Ladynina Net Worth

Marina Alekseyevna Ladynina Net Worth is

Marina Alekseyevna Ladynina Biography

Marina Aklekseyevna Ladynina (Russian: Мари́на Алексе́евна Лады́нина, June 24 [o.s. 11], 1908, Skotinino, Smolensk, Russian Empire - March 10, 2003, Moscow, Russian Federation) was a popular Soviet cinema and theatre actress, best remembered for major roles in films like Tractor Drivers (1939), The Swine Girl and the Shepherd (1941), Six O'Clock after the War is Over (1944), Ballad of Siberia (1947) and Cossacks of the Kuban (1949), all directed by her hasband Ivan Pyryev. One of the best-loved Soviet movie stars of the 1940s, Ladynina has been designated People's Artist of the USSR (1950) and was a five-times Stalin Prize laureate.

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Quick Facts

Date Of BirthJune 24, 1908
Place Of BirthSkotinino, Smolensk Governorate, Russian Empire [now Russia]
SpouseIvan Pyryev
Star SignCancer

Interesting Facts

1Worked for many years in the Moscow Theatre.
2Popular blonde Russian comedienne, a favorite of Joseph Stalin's during his reign and a frequent guest at his political and social gatherings.
3Awarded the People's Artist of the Soviet Union.
4Appeared in many late 30s and 40s musical comedy films made by her director husband Ivan Pyriev.
5Mother, with Ivan Pyrev, of director Andrey Ladynin.

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1998Honor and Dignity AwardNika Awards
1951Stalinskaya PremiaState Prize of Soviet Union - Stalinskaya PremiaSecond CategoryKubanskie kazaki (1950)Ivan Pyrev (director)

Nikolay Pogodin (writer)

Isaak Dunayevsky (composer)

Valentin Pavlov (cinematographer)

Vyacheslav Leshchyov (sound operator)

Klara Luchko (actress)

Sergei Lukyanov (actor)

Vladimir Volodin (actor)
1950People's Artist of the USSRPeople's Artist of the USSR
1948Stalinskaya PremiaState Prize of Soviet Union - Stalinskaya PremiaFirst CategorySkazanie o zemle sibirskoy (1948)Ivan Pyrev (Director.)

Evgeniy Pomeshchikov (Writer.)

Nikolai Rozhkov (Writer.)

Valentin Pavlov (Cinematographer.)

Nikolai Kryukov (Composer.)

Vladimir Druzhnikov (Actor.)

Boris Andreyev (Actor.)

Vera Vasileva (Actress.)
1946Stalinskaya PremiaState Prize of Soviet Union - Stalinskaya PremiaSecond CategoryV shest chasov vechera posle voyny (1944)Ivan Pyrev (director)

Viktor Gusev (writer, posthumously)

Tikhon Khrennikov (composer)

Evgeniy Samoylov (actor)

Ivan Lyubeznov (actor)
1942Stalinskaya PremiaState Prize of Soviet Union - Stalinskaya PremiaSecond CategorySvinarka i pastukh (1941)Ivan Pyrev (director)

Viktor Gusev (writer)

Valentin Pavlov (cinematographer)

Tikhon Khrennikov (composer)
1941Stalinskaya PremiaState Prize of Soviet Union - Stalinskaya PremiaFirst CategoryTraktoristy (1939)Ivan Pyrev (director)

Nikolay Kryuchkov (actor)



Ispytanie vernosti1955
Taras Shevchenko1951as M. Ladynina
Cossacks of the Kuban1950Galina Ermolayevna Peresvetova
Symphony of Life1948Natasha Pavlovna Malinina
Six P.M.1944Varya Pankova
Antosha Rybkin1942Larisa Semyonovna (as M. Ladynina)
We Will Come Back1942Natasha
They Met in Moscow1941Glafira Andreyevna "Glasha" Novikova
Lyubimaya devushka1940Varya Lugina
Traktoristy1939Maryana Bazhan
The Country Bride1938Maria Alexandrovna "Marinka" Lukash
Paths of Enemies1935

Archive Footage

East Side Story1997DocumentaryVarious roles (uncredited)
Komediya davno minuvshikh dney1980

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