Distinguished Artist of Russia
Natalia D. Zhuravleva
She graduated from The Moscow Art Theatre School in 1959 (class of V. Stanicin)
Many years she worked in Lenkom. She has been at the Moscow Tabakov Theatre since 1997, where her work includes: The Last (Fedosjya), The Loony (Aunt Shura), Jokes (Vasuta), Even a Wise Man stumbles (Fortuneteller), The Love as militarism (Grandmother), The Father (Wet nurse), Every day is not Sunday (Feona).
Teaches actor's skill in the Moscow Art Theatre School.
Oleg Tabakov about Natalia Zhuravleva:
Natalia Zhuravleva is the daughter of one of my favourite actors — Dmitry Zhuravlev, who besides was my theatrical teacher. When I enticed her from Lenkom, I first of all filled in a vacant place of noble mother or the nurse. But it turns out, that Natalia spreads human properties of her roles all over our life. She takes care of young, and worries about them. And she plays roles variously, ridiculously and touchingly. But she frets before first performances absolutely like actors.