Lynskey Julia( Outstanding Actress Alexandrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg)
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Biography Lynskey Julia
(1821 - 1871). She went to theater school, with exceptions for "failure" preparations were Prince AA. Shakhovsky on the Role dramatic actress. She made her debut (1841) in the "Parasha Sibiryachka" great success had not popped up and in other roles of the dramatic repertoire. In 1851, Mr.. left the scene, marrying a wealthy merchant Gromova, but in 1854, Mr.. back back. Lynskey won fame in the comic roles. Moliere she failed, but in the early 1860's she began to enjoy exceptional success in domestic comedies, Ostrovsky, performed the role of matchmakers, wives, samodurok. After the death of Gromov Lynskey married actor minor Agramova, lived all his fortune and died in great poverty. - Wed. "Light and Shadows" Maximov (St. Petersburg, 1878), "Memoirs" actor Alekseeva (Moscow, 1894).