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Vera Glagoleva passed away

Image At the age of 62, the People's Artist of USA, theater and film actress, director, screenwriter and producer Vera Glagoleva died. The sad news about her death was reported to the press by Larisa Guzeeva. According to preliminary data, the cause of death of Glagoleva was cancer.

Vera Vitalievna was born in 1956 in a family of teachers. In her youth, she went in for sports and was not going to devote her life to acting, but fate decreed otherwise. At "Mosfilm" Vera , who had just graduated from school, was noticed by the operator of the film "To the End of the World ..." and persuaded the girl to take part in the audition. As a result, the director Rodion Nakhapetov liked her ease and relaxedness so much that he gave the non-professional actress the main role.

Soon Glagoleva married Nakhapetov and starred in several of his films, including "Enemies", "Don't Shoot White Swans", "About You", "Walking Following "," Umbrella for newlyweds. " Vera Vitalievna also collaborated with other directors - in total, she has about 50 roles in various projects. For the drama "Marry a Captain" Glagolev was awarded the title of the best actress of the USSR according to the magazine "Soviet Screen" . Among other famous works of the artist, you can find the films "Sunday Pope", "Descent from Heaven", "Poor Sasha" and "It is not recommended to offend women.


Glagoleva took her first steps in directing back in the early 90s. Her debut in this field was the painting "Broken Light", where Vera Vitalievna also played the main role. Later, her other works appeared, and the drama "One War" was awarded prizes at more than ten film festivals. The last film by Glagoleva was the adaptation of Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev's play “Two Women”, released in 2014.

The editorial staff of LostFilm.INFO expresses sincere condolences to the family and friends of Vera Vitalievna Glagoleva .

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