Liliya Gritsenko Olimpievna( Russian actress, singer)
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Biography Liliya Gritsenko Olimpievna
Gritsenko, Liliya OLIMPIEVNA (1917-1989), Russian actress, singer. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1957). Born 11 (24) December 1917 in Ukraine in Donbass region, the sister of N. O. Gritsenko. In 1937, came to Moscow and entered the Opera-dramatic studio of. Stanislavsky, which she graduated in the class Nezhdanova in 1941. As an opera singer (lyric soprano) onstage Studios sang Cio-Cio-San, Yolanda, parasite (Sorochintsy Fair "). In 1941, successfully played the role of Nina in the studio dramatic play "Masquerade" by M. Lermontov.
In 1948-1957 - actress of the Moscow Drama Theater named after KS Stanislavsky. Musical and poetic talent penetration Gritsenko brought success and recognition in the roles of Inessa ( "Day of miraculous deceptions" RB Sheridan), . Laura ( "With Love is not mocked" P. Calderon), . Larissa ( "Bride" by Alexander Ostrovsky), . Nina (Griboedov "S. Ermolinskaya),
. The young heroine Lily Gritsenko radiated pure half-childish, poludevicheskih feelings, the music helped to grow strong character of many of her heroines.
Since 1960, the actress worked in the Moscow Drama Theater named after A. Pushkin. One of its remarkable and distinctive roles of the 1960's was Teresa (Birthday Theresa G. Mdivani). As director Gritsenko staged "Snowstorm" Leonov, where she played the role of Katerina.
Since 1945, the actress starred in many films, has created a vivid image Zabela-Vrubel in the movie "Rimsky-Korsakov" (1952). Other roles: Oksana (The Slippers, 1945), Natalya ( "True Friends", 1954), Sophia ( "Mother", 1956), Ryndychka ( "Merry Zhabokrichi, 1973), Maria Andrey (" Private Life ", 1982) and others. She has appeared on stage as a chamber singer.
Gritsenko died in Moscow on January 9, 1989.