This charming actress was compared with the most brilliant Hollywood stars - she was so good with her aristocratic beauty and some kind of inner strength. Films with her participation are still watched several times, amazed at the variety of images she created.
Anna Sergeevna Tveleneva was born in 1948 in Leningrad. Since childhood, she dreamed of becoming an actress, and after school she entered LGITMiK. After receiving her acting education, she went to work at the Leningrad Music Hall, and then moved to the Lenfilm film studio.
In Soviet times, young actors had to try very hard to get a role in a movie. There were no soap operas or TV series where the requirements for the actors were not so high. And before playing a significant role, Anna was shown only in episodes.
The first role for which the audience immediately remembered the young actress was the role of the girl Nadia in the film "The Quay" (1973). Anna so organically merged into this complex film that it was hard to believe that the screen was a young and not quite experienced actress.
This is probably why the next year she received an invitation to the film directed by Rozantsev "It's not evening yet." The role, however, was small, and among other girls, Anna was almost no different - except for some special grace. This is despite the fact that she played a simple working girl.
After that, there was a short break in the actress's film career. But in 1979, Tveleneva was invited to the main role in the tape "I'll be waiting." Her partners in this film were Nikolai Eremenko Jr., Irina Shevchuk, Nikolai Stepankov, Yuri Kamorny and other famous actors.
In this film, Anna played her namesake, a fashion designer. And Eremenko - a young man in love with her. The drama between them and the girl of the hero Eremenko became the central plot line.
Here the actress was so feminine, elegant and charming that half of the men of the Soviet Union watched the film without stopping. In addition, a very relevant topic was touched upon: unrequited love.
The grace and grace of the actress was further manifested in the movie "The Ideal Husband". Here Anna played the role of Lady Gertrude. The husband loves her so much that even exposure is not as scary for him as the condemnation of his wife. And he is ready to do anything to keep her love and respect.
The work of the actress in this film did not go unnoticed, and in 1982 she was invited to the Soviet-French mini-series "The Life of Berlioz" for the role of the Empress.
There are also comedy tapes in the actress's portfolio - for example, the film "There Wouldn't Be Happiness …" (1983). In this hilarious storyline, six people are stuck in an elevator. And what did they not survive until they were removed from there! As a result, the company even managed to make friends.
Unfortunately, after this picture, the actress was invited only for cameo roles, although every year Anna starred in a new film or TV series. She even appeared in the famous TV series Streets of Broken Lanterns.
The best tapes in the filmography of the actress are considered the tapes "Ideal Husband", "Criminal Talent", "Executioner". The best TV series - "Major-2", "Empire under attack", "Secrets of the investigation".
The last year of filming the actress - 2016, then she was already under seventy, but she still played a cameo role in the sixteenth episode of the series "Streets of Broken Lights".
Unfortunately, nothing is known about the actress's personal life. She still lives in St. Petersburg.