|Height:||161 cm (5' 4'')|
|Birth Day:||February 27, 1957|
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Dogileva was born on February 27, 1957, in Moscow, into a working class family. She received her secondary education at the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences in Moscow, where she combined her studies with rhythmic gymnastics and choreography. At age 14, she entered the Young Actor's Studio at the Central Television.
Dogileva's film debut was in 1971; since then she has appeared in more than 80 Soviet and Russian films.
In 1978, Dogileva graduated from the Lunacharsky State Institute of Theatrical Art, where she studied under Vsevolod Ostalsky.
Having transferred in 1985 to the Yermolova Theatre, Dogileva participated in the productions of director Valery Fokin's Sports Games, Speak, Shaky Balance, and Our Decameron., a play by Roman Viktyuk.
In 1998, Tatyana Dogileva made her debut as stage director in Mikhail Kozakov's theatrical company; she staged the romantic comedy "Moonlight, a Honeymoon" based on the play Private Lives by English playwright Noël Coward. It was translated by her husband Mikhail Mishin. Despite the initially poor critical reception, the play went on being performed for 20 years.
Among the theatrical works of Tatyana Dogileva in the 1990s were Twelfth Night at the Mossovet Theatre and "The Incredible Session", along Mikhail Kozakov. She subsequently performed in the plays Honoring, at the Anton Chekov Theatre, and 'The Ideal Husband, staged in 2004 at the Theater-Studio under the direction of Oleg Tabakov '.
In addition to her work in theater, cinema and television, the actress has been also active in the literary field. Her first novel, The Life and Adventures of Sveta Khokhryakova, published in 2010, tackles modern Russian realities - the poverty-stricken life in the remote places of the country; the luxury and moral degradation of the rich living in the capital city, and the venality of people working in television.
In 2010, Dogileva publicly criticized fellow cinematographer Nikita Mikhalkov for destroying several historical buildings in downtown Moscow to build his own hotel there. She was arrested for picketing the construction site.
Then there were The Ones In Love do not Renounce... (2000); Moscow Passions based on Alexander Ostrovsky's play It's Not All Shrovetide for the Cat at the Mikhail Kozakov Theater, and the comedy The Lady Waits, the Clarinet Plays (2004), with the creative association "Duet". In 2011, her play Fallen Angels premiered at the Central House of Musicians.
Currently, Tatyana Dogileva is 64 years, 7 months and 22 days old. Tatyana Dogileva will celebrate 65th birthday on a Sunday 27th of February 2022.
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