Zoya Bulgakova, Russian actress, Died at 102

Zoya Fyodorovna Bulgakova was born on December 24, 1914, in Novo-Nikolaevsky and died on February 3, 2017.

She was a Russian Soviet stage actress, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1945).

She was the oldest actress of Russia.

Zoya’s father was a cab driver, a mother of five children.

During her time at Novosibirsk Youth Theater, which is now known as the Globe, she started playing in 1930, becoming one of the first graduates created with it theatrical studio.

She played in a children’s theater for 30 years and did more than 70 roles in the account Zoe Bulgakova.

During 1932, Zoya graduated from the school at the Novosibirsk Theatre of Young Spectator (now Novosibirsk theater Globe).

During 1942 joined the CPSU.

Zoya Bulgakova passed away 102 years old.