Thursday, March 3, 2016

RIP Natalya Krachkovskaya


On Thursday, March 3, in to the Moscow hospital on 78th year of life the famous actress Natalya Krachkovskaya has died.

TASS
3/3/2016

The actress has been hospitalized on February 28 in the First city hospital from - for heart disease, doctors estimated her condition as extremely serious.

Natalya Krachkovskaya (maiden name of Belogortseva) was born into an actor's family. Her mother wanted Natalya to become an archivist. After leaving school she has was hired by Istoriko – an archival institute and at the same time to the VGIK.

In total Natalya Krachkovskaya's appeared in more than ninety movies. Generally they were supporting character parts. Among her best known pictures were - " Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future", "The 12 Chairs", "A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines", "The Pokrovsky Gate" and others.

"12 chairs"

The real creative success for the actress came after a role of Madam Gritsatsuyeva. Director Leonid Gaidai couldn't find a suitable type for the role. The actress agreed to act for the famous director but not at once. She first accompanied other actors on tests until she finally was used for the role.

"Ivan Vasilyevich Back to the Future"

One her roles, which the audience had fallen in love with the actress was executed in Gaidai's movie "Ivan Vasilyevi: Back to the Future ". She has played the wife of the house manager Bunsha in the film. The movie has the right to be considered a classic of the domestic film industry, and the phrase of the hero of Yury Yakovlev "Leave me and the old woman, in grief" became a well-known phrase in Russia

Is that so!"

She also had a bit part in Gaidai's film and was well remembered by the audience for “It Can't Be” where the actress performed together with Vyacheslav Nevinny and Igor Yasulovich.


KRACHKOVSKAYA, Natalya (Natalya Leonidovna Belogortseva)
Born: 11/24/1938, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R.
Died: 3/3/2016, Moscow, Russia

Natalya Krachkovskaya’s western – actress:
A Man from Boulevard Capucines – 1987 (Conchita)

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