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Irina Baronova (1919–2008)


Irina Baronova was born on March 13, 1919 in Petrograd, Russia. She is known for her work on Toast to Love (1951), Train of Events (1949) and Florian (1940). She was married to Cecil Tennant and German 'Jerry' Sevastianov. She died on June 28, 2008 in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia. See full bio »

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Known For

Toast to Love
Toast to Love Yolanda Petrova
(1951)
Train of Events
Train of Events Irina Norozova (segment "The Composer")
(1949)
Florian
Florian Trina
(1940)
Ballets Russes
Ballets Russes Herself
(2005)

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 1951 Toast to Love
Yolanda Petrova
 1949 Train of Events
Irina Norozova (segment "The Composer")
 1943 Toast of Love
Dancer
 1940 Florian
Trina
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 1980 Nijinsky (ballet mistress)
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 2005 Ballets Russes (Documentary)
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 1938 Les Sylphides (TV Short)
Herself - Dancer

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With Tamara Toumanova, 13, and Tatiana Riabouchinska, 15, one of the "baby ballerinas". This was a nickname given to the trio in 1933, during their first season in London, by the ballet writer Arnold Haskell. See more »

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