Iya Arepina

Iya Alexeyevna Arepina (Russian: И́я Алексе́евна Аре́пина; July 2, 1930 in Ardatov July 24, 2003 in Moscow) was a Soviet/Russian actress.[1]

She was named Best Actress at the 1955 Cannes Film Festival for her performance in Bolshaya Semya, directed by Iosif Kheifits.[2]

Selected filmography

  • Steppe Dawns (1953) as Varya
  • A Big Family (1954) as Tonya Zhurbina
  • Land and People (1955) as student
  • Ilya Muromets (1956) as Alyonushka
  • The Wrestler and the Clown (1957) as Maria Nikolayevna aka Mimi
  • Most Expensive (1957) as Polina, sister of Roman
  • The Captain's Daughter (1958) as Masha Mironova
  • Red Leaves (1958) as Stasya Yanovskaya
  • On the Roads of War (1958) as Vera
  • Under the Sound of Wheels (1958) as Nastya
  • Journey Beyond Three Seas (1958) as Dunayaha
  • Special Approach (1959) as Olya, kindergarten manageress
  • Gloomy Vangur (1959) as Natasha, student
  • After the Ball (1961) as Varenka Butyrlina
  • When Bridges are Made (1962) as Inga
  • War and Peace (1967) as girl in the Akhrosimova house, who gave Natasha a letter
  • The Incident, which no one Noticed (1967)
  • The Red Snowball Tree (1974) as Egor Prokudin's sister


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