Tatyana Eduardovna Kravchenko (Russian: Татья́на Эдуа́рдовна Кра́вченко; born 9 December 1953, Stalino (since 1961 — Donetsk), Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is s Soviet and Russian film and stage actress, People's Artist of Russia (2002).
Russian: Татьяна Эдуардовна Яковлева
Tatyana Eduardovna Yakovleva
9 December 1953
Born in the city of Stalino (Ukrainian SSR). In 1970 she graduated from high school №20 of Donetsk.
In 1976 she graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (course of Pavel Massalsky and Alla Tarasova).
Since 1976 - the actress of Theatre Lenkom. On admission to the theater Oleg Yankovsky advised the actress to perform under another, less common name. She took the name of her great-grandmother, and since then is known as Tatyana Kravchenko.
The popularity of the actress brought her work in many plays and movie roles.
She lives in Moscow, has a daughter, and is unmarried.
Awards and titles
- Golos (1983) as Nadya
- Vassa (1983) as housemaid
- Dangerous for Your Life! (1985) as Tamara
- Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (1989) as Aksinya
- Sons of Bitches (1990) as Serafima Mikhailovna Korzukhina
- Promised Heaven (1991) as matron of the old people's home
- White King, Red Queen (1993) as Irina Tischenko
- Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin (1994) as Aphrodite
- Shirli-Myrli (1995) as Bronislava Rosembaum, geologist
- Don't Play the Fool... (1997) as Zina
- Who If Not Us (1998) as Samokhin's girlfriend
- Balakirev the Buffoon (2002) as Anisya Balakireva
- Children of the Arbat (2004) as Sharok's mother
- My Fair Nanny (2006 / 2008) as Klara Karlovna
- Piter FM (2006) as Tatyana Petrovna
- Svaty (2006 / 2013) as Valentina Petrovna Budko
- Указ Президента РФ от 16.09.2002 № 990 «О присвоении почётных званий Российской Федерации» Archived 19 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine
- "Татьяна Кравченко: "Найдите мою первую любовь!"".
- Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 14 января 2014 года № 18 Archived 7 January 2016 at the Wayback Machine