In 1946-1948 she lived in Voronezh, in 1948-1953 in the village of Krasnoye, Novokhopyorsk district, Voronezh region, where she graduated from high school (1953). Graduate of the Studio School of the Moscow Art Academic Theater named after M. Gorky (1957, course of V.O. Toporkov, V.Ya. Stanitsyn).
In 1957-1972, the actress of the Moscow Art Academic Theater named after M. Gorky. Among the roles: Anya ("The Cherry Orchard" by Anton Chekhov), Shurochka ("The Noble Nest" by Ivan Turgenev), the Governor’s Daughter ("Dead Souls" byNikolay Gogol), Olya Mironov ("The Light of a Far Star" by Alexander Chakovsky) and others.