Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

"You never dreamed", "Guest from the future", "Scarecrow" — we are still reviewing these Soviet films, in which the main characters have always remained schoolgirls in pioneer ties. But the girls have long grown up, and many of them have long forgotten about the cinema.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Katya, "You never dreamed"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Tatyana Aksyuta flatly refuses to call herself a film actress, although most people know her precisely from the role of the schoolgirl Katya in the film "You never dreamed", where she played together with Nikita Mikhailovsky. At that time, the actress was already 24 years old, but the role of an awkward teenager was so successful for Tatiana that the directors continued to invite her to play young girls.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

In the theater, Aksyuta managed to "change" the role of a schoolgirl and play serious dramatic roles. Until 2002, the actress served in After leaving the Russian Academic Youth Theater, she taught acting at the Children's House of Creativity in the Sokolniki Park in Moscow. Tatiana is married to producer Yuri Aksyuta, the creator of the" Factory of Stars"," Golden Gramophone", the show" The Voice " and other famous TV projects.

Katya Kuznetsova, "Courier"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Nemolyaeva is the star of a cult film that has become a symbol of the Perestroika era. She played a high school graduate in The Courier, with whom the hero of Fyodor Dunaevsky was in love.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Anastasia also appeared in an episode of the movie "Interdevochka" and in several other small projects, but decided to leave the cinema and started painting furniture. Together with her husband, Nemolyaeva opened a studio of furniture design and interior painting.

Ksenia Zavyalova, "And if it's love"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

A luxurious braid, freckles, thick eyebrows ... In addition to untouched natural beauty, the young actress had such a naive and open look that it was impossible not to fall in love with a girl.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

In 1959, together with Vladimir Ivashov, she brought to San Francisco Grigory Chukhrai's film "The Ballad of a Soldier". Prokhorenko and Ivashov became the first Soviet actors to visit the United States. Ahead of the young star was shooting in the drama "And if it's love", the comedy "The Marriage of Balzaminov" and "Kalina Krasnaya" ... Alas, after several notable roles and significant paintings, the beauty's career stalled — since the mid-70s, she played only in episodes.

Alisa Selezneva, "Guest from the future"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Natasha Guseva was one of the most popular girls of Soviet cinema. The role of Alice Selezneva from the five-part film "Guest from the Future" brought her fame throughout the Soviet Union. However, Natasha herself was not happy with such attention: she dreamed of becoming a biologist.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Natalia was often offered roles in major projects. For example, in the crime drama "Accident-the cop's daughter". But the actress refused all offers for two reasons: she did not want to spoil the bright image of Alice and sought to enter the Moscow Institute for the department of biotechnology.

She succeeded: in 1984, Guseva graduated from training and now runs a company that develops and produces enzyme immunoassay systems for the diagnosis of a number of infectious diseases. Natalia is divorced, she has an older daughter, Alesya. Guseva's second husband, Sergey Ambinder — is an employee of the Rusfond Charitable Foundation. 7 years ago, the couple had a daughter, Sofia.

Masha Startseva, " The Adventures of Petrov and Vasechkina"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Remember the charming Masha, whom you fell in love with immediately and Petrov, and Vasechkin? Then Inga was loved not only by the main characters of the comedy, but also by all Soviet boys. After the " Adventures of Petrov and Vasechkina" the creative career of the actress went uphill.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Among Inga's achievements is her work in the Pushkin Theater and on television as a presenter (the show "Big Brains" on Ren TV). A few years ago, Inga graduated from the History Department of Moscow State University and now devotes her free time to scientific work.

Nastya Ryabinina, " Oh, this Nastya!"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Irina played in only two films and after school she entered the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

After graduating from the institute, Volkova, together with her military husband, went to the GDR, where she gave birth to a son. After returning to her homeland, Irina began working in her specialty and continues to this day. The former actress has been divorced for 15 years.

Klava Klimkova, " I ask you to blame Klava K. for my death."

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Almost immediately after the release of the school drama in the cinema, Nadia Gorshkova married an American lawyer Mark Borgesani and went to the United States, where she became the mother of her daughter Camilla.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

After 11 years of marriage, the actress divorced and returned to her homeland, where she married again — this time for a compatriot — and gave birth to a son.

Iron button, "Scarecrow"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

"Scarecrow" became the only movie in Filippova's resume. After filming with Rolan Bykov, the girl tried out for other projects, but it did not go beyond casting. Ksenia graduated from high school, entered the MGIMO Faculty of Economics and got a job in a bank. Now she works in a private art gallery.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

And although Filippova's acting career did not work out, the film "Scarecrow" brought Ksenia the love of her life: she married a fan who wrote a letter to the young actress. The couple are still together, they have a son.

Taya Petrova, "The Draw"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

The actress, who became a star after filming in the film "Moscow does not believe in tears", started working in a school drama with 15-year-old Dmitry Kharatyan, who then also made his debut in a big movie. Natalia's parents protested against her participation in the film and saw their daughter as the successor of the diplomatic dynasty, but director Vladimir Menshov was delighted with Vavilova and saw only her in the role of Alexandra Tikhomirova in the drama "Moscow...".

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

The girl taught the role of her heroine secretly from her parents, and when the deception was revealed, her father put Vavilova under house arrest to prepare for admission to MGIMO. Even the persuasions of Menshov himself did not convince the strict parent to let his daughter go to the playground. Only actor Alexey Batalov could soften the anger of the family — Natasha's mother was a big fan of the artist. The strength of Batalov's talent convinced the Vavilovs not just to let their daughter star in " Moscow...", but even to let her enter the VGIK!

As you know, the role of Sasha Tikhomirova brought Vavilova a frenzied popularity, but this picture became fateful for the actress not only because of fame: at the secular premiere of the film, she met director Samvel Gasparov, her future husband. The couple are still together, and got married a few years ago.

Vavilova has long since left the cinema and devoted herself to caring for the house and garden, as well as charity.

Ira Fedorova, "The woodpecker does not have a headache"

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

People's Artist of Russia Elena Tsyplakova continues to act to this day.

Guests from the past: how the schoolgirls from the Soviet cinema grew up

Having made her debut in the film about a schoolboy drummer, Tsyplakova starred in the equally well-known school dramas "The Key without the right to transfer" and "School Waltz", and then appeared in the films "We are from jazz", "Guest from the future", "Midshipmen, go!" and others.

Keywords: Compilation | Soviet cinema | Then and now | Schoolgirl

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