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Lyudmila Velikaya

Lyudmila Velikaya was born on March 25, 1946. She is an actress, known for Ekipazh (1980), Hung (2009) and The Persian Connection (2016). See full bio »


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Ekipazh Actress
Hung Lottie's friend
The Persian Connection
Camp Virginovich


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 2017 The Russian Bride (post-production)
Nina's Mother
 2017 Finding Mother
 2016 Aquarius (TV Series)
Olena Kravchuk
- While My Guitar Gently Weeps (2016) ... Olena Kravchuk (as Ludmila Velikaya)
 2016 The Persian Connection
Dry Cleaner
 2015 Ratpocalypse
 2015 The Hotwives of Las Vegas (TV Series)
Waxer 1
 2014 Tosh.0 (TV Series)
- We Buy Golf (2014)
 2013 Wardriving (Short)
 2012 Go On (TV Series)
Angry Little Woman
- Any Given Birthday (2012) ... Angry Little Woman (as Ludmila Velikaya)
 2012 Camp Virginovich
 2010 Hung (TV Series)
Lottie's friend
- Tucson Is the Gateway to Dick or This Is Not Sexy (2010) ... Lottie's friend (as Ludmila Velikaya)
- Just the Tip (2010) ... Lottie's friend (as Ludmila Velikaya)
 2003 Next 2 (TV Series) (as L. Velikaya)
 2002 Kino pro kino
Anna Ivanovna
 1993 Likhaya parochka (as L. Velikaya)
 1989 Iz zhizni Fyodora Kuzkina (as L. Velikaya)
 1988 Frantsuz (as L. Velikaya)
 1988 Skoryy poezd (as L. Velikaya)
 1987 Sud v Yershovke (TV Movie)
Antonina Petrovna Motonina
 1981 Shutka?!... (Short) (as L. Velikaya)
 1980 Ekipazh (as L. Velikaya)

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L. Velikaya | Ludmila Velikaya

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