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Inna Vladimirovna Makarova (Russian: И́нна Влади́мировна Мака́рова; 28 July 1926 – 25 March 2020) was a Soviet Russian actress. She grew up in Novosibirsk. In 1948 she graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography in Moscow and began to work as an actress at the State Film Actor Theater (Государственный театр киноактёра). In 1949, she was awarded the Stalin Prize for her role as Lyubov Shevtsova in Sergei Gerasimov’s The Young Guard. In 1985, she was awarded the designation of People’s Artist of the USSR. Inna Makarova was married to Sergei Bondarchuk and is the mother of Natalya Bondarchuk.

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Makarova died in Moscow on 25 March 2020 at the age of 93.[1]

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Makarova in The Young Guard (1948)
Inna Vladimirovna Makarova

28 July 1926

Tayga, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Died 25 March 2020 (aged 93)

Moscow, Russia
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actress
Years active 1945–2015
Spouse(s) Sergei Bondarchuk (divorced)
Children Natalya Bondarchuk

Selected filmography
It Happened in the Donbass (1945)
The Young Guard (1948)
The Return of Vasili Bortnikov (1953)
The Rumyantsev Case (1956)
The Height (1957)
My Beloved (1958)
The Girls (1961)
Balzaminov’s Marriage (1964)
Bolshaya ruda (1964)
Crime and Punishment (1970)
Russian field (1971)
Incorrigible Liar (1973)
It Is Not Evening Yet (1973)
Dead Souls (1984)
Strawberries (1996)
Pushkin: The Last Duel (2006)
The Mystery of the Snow Queen (2014)

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