Olga Aroseva (12/21/1925 Moscow - 10/13/2013 Moscow) - Soviet and Russian film and theater actress. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1984). Born in Moscow. She studied at the Moscow City Theater School. Since 1946 - actress of the Leningrad Theater of Comedy, from 1950 - actress of the Theater of Satire in Moscow, in 1969-1971 - actress of the Dramatic Theater on Malaya Bronnaya. Prevailingly comedy, characteristic actress, achieves the sharpness of stage design, colorful household details. Roles: Kukushkina ("The Profitable Place" by A. N. Ostrovsky, 1967), Charlotte ("The Cherry Orchard" by A. P. Chekhov, 1983), Seraphim Ilyinichna ("Suicide" N. R. Erdman, 1986) and others. Deleted to the cinema. Films: "Beware of the car" (1966), "Old robbers" (1971), "The Limit of Desires" (1982), etc. In the 1970s. constant participant of the TV show "Zucchini 13 chairs". Olga Aroseva played the leading roles in the Theater of Satire: Hong-Nyan - "Spilled Bowl" by Wang Shi-fu (1952), Clotilde, Rachel - "Mr. Duroy" by I. Prut and E. Steinberg after Guy de Maupassant (1953), Nastya - "Wedding Journey" by V. Dykhovichny and M. Slobodsky (1954), Pavlikov - "It Was in Konsk" ("House") by V. Kataev (1956), Madeleine - "Only Truth" by J.-P. Sartre (1956), Olga Chigolella - “Long Legs” by E. de Filippo (1957), Julia Julie - “The Shadow” by E. Schwarz (1958), Valya - “200 Thousand for Small Expenditures” by V. Dykhovichny and M. Slobodskogo (1960), Babeta - "Biederman and arsonists" by M. Frisch (1965), Lady Atterward - "The house where hearts are broken" B Shaw (1965). Movie Also Aroseva rescued cinema. In the 50s, she starred in such popular films as “We met somewhere somewhere ...” (1954) N. Dostal, “The Girl without an Address” (1957) E. Ryazanova and others. But the first great success was the role of Lyuba in Eldar Ryazanov's comedy "Beware of the Car" (1966), where the whole constellation of actors took off - I. Smoktunovsky, G. Zhzhenov, O. Efremov, A. Mironov, A. Papanov, E. Evstigneev and others. The film about the honest hijacker Detochkine was a resounding success. Then there were Madame Ksidias in the tragicomedy "Intervention" (1968) and the role in the musical comedy "Trembita" (1968). In the early 70s Aroseva was again invited by Eldar Ryazanov. And again in the company of the stars of the Soviet cinema, she starred in the films that later became classics of our cinema: in the comedies “The Old Brigands” (1971), and “The Incredible Adventures of Italians in Russia” (1973). In the tragicomedy "Old robbers" she played collector Anechka Suzdaleva, who, together with a modest employee Vorobiev (E. Evstigneev), decides to help investigator Myachikov (Y. Nikulin), who is fired for retirement. Funny and sad story about the Soviet pensioners. Suzdaleva performed by Aroseva is kind, a little ingenuous, defenseless and at the same time resolute, capable of everything for the sake of a loved one. Since the 1980s, the work in the cinema has become extremely rare for Aroseva; she has almost completely switched to the theater.