Alla Parfanyak

Meritorious Artist of the RF An actress and Mikhail Ulyanov’s wife Alla Petrovna Parfanyak was born on 9 August 1923.In 1947 graduated from the Schukin Theatre School, E.R. Simonov and V.K. Lvova’s course.From 1947 till 2009 worked at the Vakhtangov Theatre.Worked with such directors as A.M. Gabovich, R.N. Kaplanyan, A.F. Kats, A.M. Mambetov, A.I. Remizova, E.R. Simonov, R.N. Smirnov.Alla Petrovna Parfanyak died on 12 November 2009.

Yelena (On the Eve, 1948)
Varyenka (Fortress on the Volga)
Yelena (At the beginning of the century, 1949)
Cosette (Les Mis?rables, 1950)
Sasha (Today, 1952)
Silvia (The Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1952)
Ottilia (Before Dawn, 1954)
Adelaida (The Idiot, 1958)
Galina Chayka (The Married Cook, 1961)
Fulvia (The Diona, 1965)
Housekeeper Elisa (The Konarmia (The Horse Cavalry), 1966)
Fima (Children of the Sun, 1968)
Anna Nikitichna (From the Life of a Business Woman, 1974)
Ledentsova (A Theatrical Fantasia, 1974)
Queen Elizabeth (Richard III, 1976)
Alyona (Stepan Razin, 1979)
Lomova (Equal to Four Frances, 1982)
Ukubala (The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years.., 1984)
Doctor Gozar (The Child Buyer, 1985)
Krupskaya (Treaty of Brest-Litovsk, 1987)
Servilia (The ides of March, 1991)

The Sky Slow-Mover, 1946
The City at the Dawn (TV drama), 1959
Hearts Must Burn (TV drama), 1960
The Very Last Day, 1974
The Konarmia (The Horse Cavalry) (TV drama), 1975
Richard III (TV drama), 1982
The Department (TV drama), 1982
If the enemy does not surrender, 1982
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (TV drama), 1989
A House Under Starry Skies, 1991