Yevgeniya Glushenko Actor

Evgeniya (Yevgeniya) Konstantinovna Glushenko (Russian: Евгения Константиновна Глушенко; born on September 4, 1952) in Rostov-na-Donu is a Russian actress, best known for her role as Vera in a compelling Soviet melodrama Vlyublyon po sobstvennomu zhelaniyu (1983). This role brought her international recognition with the Silver Bear for Best Actress at the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival in 1983. Glushenko was raised in Rostov-on-Don and graduated from the Schepkinskoye theatrical school in Moscow in 1974. Since her graduation she has worked for the Moscow Maly Theater. In Pavel Chukhrai’s psychological perestroika drama Zina-Zinulya (1986), Glushenko plays a young and complex woman, working as a dispatcher of cement trucks for a construction firm, turning her apathetic and insensitive colleagues into socially conscious people. She has had supporting roles in movies by Nikita Mikhalkov, including A Few Days in the Life of Oblomov (1979) and An Unfinished Piece for a Player Piano (1977) Glushenko's most recent film release is Farewell in 2003. Her husband is popular Russian actor and theatrical director Alexander Kalyagin.

Personal details

Date of birth
September 4th, 1952



Movie performances

1. Unfinished Piece for the Player Piano (1977)

played Sachenka
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
Tatyana Zhigayeva
Aleksandr Adabashyan
4 Show list 1 Show list

Unfinished Piece for the Player Piano is a 1977 drama film written by Nikita Mikhalkov, Anton Chekhov and Aleksandr Adabashyan; directed by Nikita Mikhalkov.


1978 David di Donatello Special Award

Top cast

Sophia Yegorovna
Pavel Petrovich Shcherbuk
Mikhail Vassilyevich Platonov
Sergey Pavlovich Voinitsev
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Maya Abar-Baranovskaya
Soviet Union


Check Yevgeniya Glushenko on wikipedia.

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