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Vera Pashennaya (Vera Nikolaevna Pashennaya) was born on 19 September, 1887 in Moscow, Russian Empire, is an Actress. Discover Vera Pashennaya's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Vera Pashennaya networth?

Popular As Vera Nikolaevna Pashennaya
Occupation actress
Age 75 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 19 September 1887
Birthday 19 September
Birthplace Moscow, Russian Empire
Date of death 28 October, 1962
Died Place Moscow, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]
Nationality Russian Empire

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She was designated People's Actor of the USSR (1937), was awarded the State Stalin's Prize (1943) and the State Lenin's Prize (1961).


She was one of the founding members of the Student's Theatrical Studio in 1924, which eventually merged with Shchepkin Theatrical School of Maly Theatre. There her students were such actors as Yuriy Solomin, and many other notable Russian actors.


Since the 1920s, Pashennaya was the leading actress of Maly Theatre. She worked on stage with such actors as Olga Sadovskaya, Nikolai Annenkov, A. Yablochkina, Varvara Massalitinova, Varvara Ryzhova, Yevdokiya Turchaninova, Yelena Gogoleva, Varvara Obukhova, Yelena Shatrova, Elina Bystritskaya, Rufina Nifontova, Tatyana Eremeeva, Aleksandr Yuzhin, Aleksandr Ostuzhev, Vladimir Davydov, Sergei Aidarov, Stepan Kuznetsov, Prov Sadovsky, Boris Ravenskikh, Boris Babochkin, Mikhail Zharov, Mikhail Tsaryov, Igor Ilyinsky, Pavel Olenev, Mikhail Sadovsky, Konstantin Zubov, Viktor Khokhryakov, Vsevolod Aksyonov, Nikolai Ryzhov, Evgeniy Vesnik, Viktor Korshunov, Evgeniy Samoylov, Yuriy Solomin, and many other notable Russian actors. Pashennaya's stage performances were admired by such contemporaries as Vsevolod Meyerhold, Konstantin Stanislavski, and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, among many others.

During the 1920s she was invited by Konstantin Stanislavski and worked with the Moscow Art Theatre on several international tours, including the tour of the United States. There she performed leading roles in plays by Alexander Ostrovsky. Pashennaya was regarded for her mastery of Russian language, impeccable diction and powerful delivery. She had a rare strong voice ranging from lower masculine basso to high and sharp feminine tones; she was known for playing hilarious jokes using her deep masculine voice to mimic voices of well known men while she was in the ladies rooms.


From 1918 - 1962, Pashennaya taught acting at the Theatrical School of Maly Theatre.


In 1907 she became permanent member of the troupe at the Maly Theatre. There she shone in such classical roles as Portia in 'Julius Ceasar', Anna Andreevna in 'Revizor' (aka. . Inspector General) by Nikolay Gogol, Lyubov Yarovaya in the eponymous play by Konstantin Trenyov, and Kabanikha in 'Groza' (aka. . The Storm) by 'Aleksandr Ostrovsky'. Eventually Vera Pashennaya took over all of the leading roles in Russian classical dramas, previously played by Ermolova, and thus she preserved the continuity of the legend of Ermolova and the tradition of Maly Theatre.


From 1904 - 1907 she studied acting with A. Lensky at the Moscow Theatrical School.


Vera Pashennaya was a notable actress of traditional Russian drama based at the Maly Theatre in Moscow. She was born on September 19, 1887, in Moscow, Russia, daughter of the classical actor Nikolai Roshchin-Insarov.