Birth Place Matching "Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR [now Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine]" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)


7 names.


1. Raisa Nedashkovskaya

Actress | Komissar

Raisa Nedashkovskaya was born on February 17, 1943 in Malin, Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR as Raisa Stepanovna Nedashkovskaya. She is an actress and writer, known for The Commissar (1967), Tsarskaya nevesta (1965) and Telefonçu qiz (1962).

2. Elena Yakovleva

Actress | Interdevochka

Elena Yakovleva is a Russian film and stage actress known for the leading role in Interdevochka (1989) and also as a lead of the popular Russian TV franchise 'Kamenskaya'.

She was born Elena Alekseevna Yakovleva on March 5, 1961, in Novograd-Volynsky, Zhitomir province, Ukraine republic of the Soviet...

3. Leonid Stadnyk

Self | Extraordinary People

Leonid Stadnyk was born on August 5, 1969 in Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR as Leonid Stepanovych Stadnyk. He died on August 24, 2014 in Podolyantsi, Chudniv Raion, Zhytomyr Oblast, Ukraine.

4. Antonina Girycz

Actress | Przesluchanie

Antonina Girycz was born on February 20, 1939 in Berdichev, Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR. She is an actress, known for Przesluchanie (1982), Akcja pod Arsenalem (1978) and Polowanie na muchy (1969).

5. Valeri Nikitenko

Actor | Snezhnaya koroleva

Valeri Nikitenko was born on March 30, 1940 in Ovruch, Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR. He is an actor, known for The Snow Queen (1967), Chetvyortaya planeta (1995) and Gosudarstvennyy prestupnik (1964).

6. Gennadiy Ostrovskiy

Writer | Lyubovnik

Gennadiy Ostrovskiy was born on March 9, 1960 in Berdichev, Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR as Gennadiy Romovich Ostrovskiy. He is a writer and director, known for Lyubovnik (2002), Bednye rodstvenniki (2005) and Mekhanicheskaya syuita (2002).

7. Villen Novak

Director | Gu-Ga

Villen Novak was born on January 3, 1938 in Glezno, Zhitomir Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR as Villen Zakharovich Novak. He is a director and actor, known for Gu-Ga (1989), Krasnye dipkurery (1977) and Vtorzheniye (1981).


7 names.