Actresses of the 50s and 60s

Наталья Варлей

In 1947, Romanian on July 26, 2017 at 11:47 am

Natalya Varley was born on June 22, 1947 in the Romanian city of Constanta. Her father, Vladimir was a sea captain. According to family legend surname Varley is Welsh. Natalia’s ancestors came to Russia from Wales. Her childhood Natalya spent in Murmansk. She was a very talented girl. At the age of four she began to write poems, draw, and later entered a music school. In the late fifties, the family moved to Moscow, where the girl entered the circus studio. She graduated from the State College of Circus and Variety Arts (1965) and started working as a tightrope walker in the Moscow Circus on the Tsvetnoy Boulevard. She had a chance to perform with the famous clown Leonid Yengibarov. Thanks to him Natalya got into the wonderful world of cinema and invited to play the role of Nina in the film Kidnapping, Caucasian Style or Shurik’s New Adventures. The film was premiered in April 1967. It was so successful that the actress became famous overnight. Russian Personalities.

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