Vera ANDZHAPARIDZE, USSR Actress, Georgia Mardzhanashvili Theater, Tbilisi, since 1928. Popular Artist of Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. Stalin Prizes, 1943, 1946, 1952; Order of Lenin; Order of Red Banner of Labor; other awards.
ANDZHAPARIDZE, Vera was born in 1900.
Graduated Russia Theater Studio, Moscow, and Georgia Theater Studio, Tbilisi.
1920-1926 performed at Rustaveli State Theater. Roles: in Shakespeare's tragedies: Ophelia in “Hamlet”. Desdemona in “Othello”.
Cleopatra in “Anthony and Cleopatra”. Judith in Gutskov’s tragedy “Uriel Akosta”. Mirandolina in Goldoni’s “Khozyayka gostinitsy” (The Mistress of the Inn).
Darezhan in I. Masashvili’s “Yego zvezda” (His Star). Hannah Likhta in N. Virta’s “Zagovor obrechennykh” (Conspiracy of the Doomed). Tsaba in Sh. Dadiani’s “Iz Iskry” (From a Spark).
Larissa in Ostrovsky’s “Bespridannitsa” (Girl Without a Dowry), etc. In films: Rusudan in two-part film “Georgiy Saakadze”. Daredzhan in “Yego zvezdy” (His Stars).
Title role in “Otarova vdova” (Otarov’s Widow). The Grandmother in “Derevya umirayut stoya” (The Trees Die Standing). Mariya in “Povest odnoy devushki” (Tale of a Girl).
Manama in “Prervannaya pesnya” (The Interrupted Song), etc.