Maria Sergeevna Vinogradova
(13 July 1922 — 2 July 1995) was a Russian actress. She appeared in more than one hundred films from 1940 to 1995. Mariya Vinogradova is Honored Artist of the RSFSR (5.05.1988). She graduated from the acting department of the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography (1943, the workshop of G.L. Roshal). Since 1940 - was shot at the studio "Soyuzdetfilm." In 1945-1991 - she was an actress of Theater Studio. In 1949-1952 Vinogradova was an actress in the troupe of the Drama Theater of Soviet troops in Germany. She was a flamboyant actress, master of episodic roles. She played all sorts of housekeepers, cleaners, castellans, supervisors, village aunts and urban old women. She is one of the most filmed actresses of Russian cinema. Vinogradova voiced about three hundred animation films, took part in the dubbing of foreign films, her voice was spoken by Audrey Hepburn, Eva Ruttkai, Gina Lollobrigida and Sofiko Chiaureli. She died on July 2, 1995 in Moscow. She was buried at the Khovansky Cemetery, (Northern Territory, site No. 214), next to her husband, actor Sergei Golovanov (1909-1990).
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