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Lyudmila Senchina (1950–2018)

Lyudmila Senchina was born on December 13, 1950 in Kudryavtsy, Nikolaevskaya oblast, Ukrainskaya SSR, USSR as Lyudmila Petrovna Senchina. She was an actress, known for Shelmenko-denshchik (1971), Lyubov zemnaya (1975) and Lyubi menya, kak ya tebya (1986). She was married to Vladimir Andreev, Stas Namin and Vyacheslav Timoshin. She died on January ... See full bio »

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Shelmenko-denshchik Prisyinka Shpak
Lyubov zemnaya Soundtrack


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 1986 Lyubi menya, kak ya tebya
Zoya (voice)
 1985 Golubyye goroda (TV Movie)
 1973 Posle yarmarki (TV Movie)
 1971 Shelmenko-denshchik
Prisyinka Shpak
 1970 Volshebnaya sila iskusstva (TV Movie)
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 1978 Armed and Dangerous: Time and Heroes of Bret Harte (performer: "Pesnya o chudesnom kraye", "Poprobuyte zabytsya..." (excellent!), "Vooruzhyon i ochen opasen")
 1976 Eti neposlushnyye synovya (TV Movie) (performer: "Vsegda i snova")
 1975 Lyubov zemnaya (performer: "Gor'ka yagoda")
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 2013 Kub (TV Series)
- Episode #2.9 (2013) ... Self
- Episode #2.8 (2013) ... Self
 2010 Novyy god v derevne Glukharevo (TV Special)

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Laureate of singing competitions in Bratislava, Sopot (1975), and Moscow (1976)

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From 1966 to 1970 studied singing at Rimskiy-Korsakov musical college of Leningrad Conservatory. See more »

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