Biography of Irina Alferova

Biography of Irina Alferova

Irina Ivanovna Alfyorova is an actress, a well-deserved and popular artist of Russia.

She was born on March 13, 1951 in Novosibirsk. Her parents were far from acting. However, in Alferova’s biography, as a child, she began to aspire to play in the cinema and theater. That’s why she entered the Russian Academy of Theater Arts, which she graduated in 1972.

Great fame and recognition came to the actress after filming the role in the film “Walking through the agony.” In 1976, in the biography of Alferova, there was another great event – she was invited to play in the theater of the Lena Komsomol, the most popular in the USSR. However, the main director did not indulge in her big roles. But the theater gave her an acquaintance with the great actor Alexander Abdulov, for whom Irina soon married. During the wedding, Alferov wore Ksenia’s daughter under her heart from another man, the Bulgarian Boyko Gurov. In the marriage with Abdulov Irina lived until 1993.

The next great role Irina played in the movie “D’Artagnan and the Three Musketeers.” In the same year was filmed the film “Do not part with your loved ones,” in which Alferova managed to show true love, suffering. In her biography of Alferova, Irina starred in almost forty films. In 1996, the film “Ermak” was released, in which Alferov played Alena, and in 2007 “Sonya Gold Pen” – there the actress played a music teacher. In 1993, she received the title of Honored Artist of Russia, and in 2007 – People’s Artist.


Biography of Irina Alferova