December 16, 1915 (according to other sources 1918), Kiev. Russian Empire (now Ukraine) - October 12, 1996, Moscow. Honored Artist of the RSFSR (March 6, 1950). Studied at the Kiev Musical Technical School (1932-1934). She graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography (1941). In 1927-1932 she was an actress Kiev Children's Theater. In 1945-1960 and 1964-1992 - actress of the Theater actor's studio in Moscow. Member of the CPSU (b) c 1943. In 1960-1963 - actress of the Saratov Theater named after Karl Marx. The triumph of a young aspiring actress was her debut in the role of Larissa in the film Yakov Protazanov "Duty Free" (1937). There were so many applicants for this role, and among them are already well-known experienced artists, that Alisova, while still a student at the State Institute of Cinematography, did not dare to take part in the competition. And only a secondary invitation made her decide. The actress was buried at the Troekurovsky cemetery in Moscow. The children are the people's artist of Ukraine and Russia Larisa Kadochnikova (born 1937) and the operator, People’s Artist of Russia Vadim Alisov (born 1941).