Irina Alferova was born on March 13, 1951, in Novosibirsk (USSR). She made her cinematic debut as a student of the State Institute of Theater Arts (GITIS). In 1972, after graduation, she was invited to play Dasha into the television series "The Road to Calvary" (1973-1977), where she had enormous success. In 1976, she was accepted into the "Lenin's Young Communist League" theater company in Moscow. She continued to actively work in the cinema, and followed with a role in the military drama "The Black Aspen" (1977), the fairy tale "Autumn Bells" (1978), and a musical "D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers" (1979, TV). In many films she played together with her husband, Alexandre Abdulov. Their collaboration can be seen in the following films: "Do Not Part with the Loved Ones" (1979), "Saturday and Sunday" (1982, TV), "The Love Forefeeling" (1982), "A Kiss" (1983, TV). She also had leading roles in the following films: "Vasiliy Buslayev" (1982), "Seven Elements" (1984) "The Right to Choose"
Irina Alfyorova born?
Irina Alfyorova was born in Novosibirsk, Novosibirskaya oblast, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]