Наталья Вавилова: яркий старт, досадная травма и отсутствие детей Today, the star of the film “Moscow to tears does not believe” celebrates its birthday. Natalya Vavilova was in the film industry at the age of 14. However, for a quarter of a century, she rejects all the roles that she is offered. However, the husband hopes that it would find a decent script.
Наталья Вавилова: яркий старт, досадная травма и отсутствие детей

Today, January 26, actress Natalya Vavilova marks 59 years. Many, she is remembered for her role of Alexandra, the daughter of the main heroine of the film “Moscow does not believe in tears”, which was released in 1979. At that time, on account of the young actress made a few pictures. Her first job she got at 14 – in the store she was approached by the people from the Studio and offered to try yourself in the movie. Three years later came another film starring Vavilova – “Draw” Vladimir Menshov. He called aspiring actress to star in the project “Moscow does not believe in tears”.

Natalya’s parents were opposed to her film career and even forbade her to participate in the filming. Then Menchov decided to go to the trick: he came home to the actress and her parents in company with Alexei Batalov. Mom and dad didn’t have to make concessions and let go of the daughter.

The actress predicted a great future – she brilliantly graduated from the Institute and regularly received offers of roles in films. During the shooting of the film “Moscow does not believe in tears” Natasha met his fate – a future spouse of the Director Samvel Gasparov. Despite the age difference of 20 years, they are still happy together. The artist has mastered the subtleties of Georgian cuisine, and therefore indulges spouse delicacies.

“After Natasha moved in together, it was good practice in Tbilisi, my mother. Natasha knew that I, a person who grew up in Tbilisi, I miss the Caucasian cuisine. And now all what I miss here in Russia I have at home. Because I believe that the best Caucasian restaurant in Moscow is my home,” says Gasparov.
Наталья Вавилова: яркий старт, досадная травма и отсутствие детей

In 1986, the actress participated in the filming of the historical film “Nicholas Podvoisky”. In one scene, the horse reared and threw her. She received a serious back injury. It was said that the Director asked her not to make the incident public. But… Despite a speedy recovery Natasha, Yuri Boretsky took on this role, another actress. After that, the artist, together with her husband went on a trip to Europe to escape from the pain of disappointment.

Наталья Вавилова: яркий старт, досадная травма и отсутствие детей“The girl for two weeks in the hospital. And how was the Director? Well, would explain: Natasha, we need to remove, can not wait long, let’s come to some consensus. Moreover, the blame for this state of emergency was completely on them! But no! Came to her room: “Natasha, please don’t tell how it happened. Otherwise, we’ll all get fired. And we’ll wait as long as necessary: a year or two. In this role see only you.” Natalia is a gold-hearted man. “Do not worry! Well, what happened happened…” And two days later she said: “I’m Sorry, Studio plan does not comply, we picked another actress.” Natalia understood,” said the husband Vavilova reporters.
Наталья Вавилова: яркий старт, досадная травма и отсутствие детей

Some time later, Vavilov appeared in the film of her husband “road Vultures”, and in 1991 came the painting “the Case Sukhovo-Kobylin”, which was the final in her film career.

Now Natalie and Samvel live in a suburban two story house. The couple had no children, his free time the artist devotes to gardening and home chores. Vavilov refuses to talk to the press. Her husband believes that she may return in movie, the role.

“Was offered, and very often. But some prostitutes to play, then in the “soap” serials”. Nothing that Natasha was interested in. She’s a serious actress and a woman – recognized Gasparov. I hope that there will be a good script, which Natasha can’t refuse. I really hope”.

The text was prepared on the materials of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” and “Express-Gazeta”.