Galina Tyunina

People’s Artist of the Russian Federation,
Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation
Galina graduated from Saratov Theater School, and for two and a half years worked at Saratov Karl Marx Drama Theater (now, Slonov Drama Theater). In 1988, she was accepted to the Russian Theater Academy’s department of stage acting and directing, to Pyotr Fomenko’s workshop. Galina has been with the theater from the very first day.

  • Awards
  • Winner of the Golden Mask Prize in the “Drama / Best Actress” category for the War and Peace production at Fomenko Workshop Theater, 2002
  • Winner of the Movie Critics’ Prize for the Best Screen Debut, 1996
  • Winner of the Prize for the Best Young Actress at Contact-96 Theater Festival in Poland for her role in “Tanya-Tanya” production
  • Winner of Komsomolskaya Pravda Prize for Actress of the Year in 1995 and 1996
  • Best Movie Actress Prize “Person of the Year-96”
  • Green Apple-97 Prize
  • Nominated for the Idol / Kumir Prize, 1997
  • Nominated for Chaika-2000 Prize for her role of Nadezhda in “Barbarians”
  • Laureate of the Youth Development Grant of the Triump Prize, 2000
  • Winner of the Best Actress Prize at Gatchina Film Festival for «His Wife’s Diary» film, 2001
  • Oleg Tabakov Foundation’s Prize “For Achievement of Mastery,” 2001
  • Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation, 2002
  • Laureate of the Stanislavsky Award “For creation of roles in recent productions,” 2004
  • Chaika Theater Prize in the “Synchronized swimming” category as part of the cast of “Three Sisters” production, 2004
  • Crystal Turandot Prize as Best Actress for her role in “Three Sisters” production, 2005
  • People’s Choice Award LiveJournal Theater in the Best Actress category for her roles in “Triptych production”, 2010
  • Crystal Turandot Prize as Best Actress for her role in “The Seagull” production, 2019

Galina’s most notable movie roles include three of Alexei Uchitel’s films — «Gisele’s Mania» (1996), «His Wife’s Diary» (2000), and «Matilda» (2017). She became popular with the wider audiences after playing witch Olga in Timur Bekmambetov’s blockbusters «Night Watch» (2004) and «Day Watch» (2005).
Upcoming Performances

September, 10, 19:00

New Stage, Small Hall

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September, 22, 19:00

New stage, Large Hall

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