Tatyana Kravchenko

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).[1]

Tatyana Kravchenko
Native name
Russian: Татьяна Эдуардовна Яковлева
Tatyana Eduardovna Yakovleva

(1953-12-09) 9 December 1953
Alma mater
  • Dmitry Gerbachevsky (divorce)


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.[2]

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

Selected filmography


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