Vera Markova Orlova (May 25, 1918, Yekaterinoslav, Ukrainian SSR - September 16, 1993, Moscow, Russia) - Soviet theater and film actress, People’s Artist of the RSFSR. Vera Markova Orlova was born on May 25, 1918 in Ukraine in Yekaterinoslav (now the Dnieper). In 1936 she graduated from high school in Moscow, where she participated in an amateur ensemble, learned to play the guitar and learned children's songs. In 1937–1941 she studied at the Theater School at the Moscow Theater of Revolution, in 1941–1942 - an artist of the Lensovet Moscow Theater, in June-November 1942 (being evacuated) - an artist of the Moscow Satire Theater in Khabarovsk. In the years 1942-1974 - Artist of the Moscow Academic Theater. Vladimir Mayakovsky, where she played dozens of roles. Since 1974 she joined the troupe of the theater. Lenin's Komsomol. She began acting in films in 1945. Her cinematic debut took place in the comedy “Twins”, where she played the role of Liza Karaseva, and she also played a song in the film. Immediately after this picture came to her great fame. Total actress starred in 30 films. Dear Polina from the dilogy about Ivan Brovkina and selfless Vera Petrovna (“Children of Don Quixote”) won a particular love of the audience. She worked on the radio, on the stage, took part in the duplication of foreign films. For many years, the voice of the actress sounded in the popular comic radio program "Good morning!", Where she played the role of the duty information desk. Since the mid-1980s, due to a serious illness, she began to appear less and less on the stage, it became more and more difficult for her to move. She died 3 months after the solemn celebration in Lenkom of her 75th birthday - September 16, 1993. She was buried in Moscow at the New Donskoy cemetery.