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Lived on the corner of Sunset Blvd. and North Crescent Heights Blvd. in what is now West Hollywood. (1912-1925) Partner was Charles Bryant. With her film career flourishing, she bought an imposing California Spanish home at 8080 Sunset Blvd., building a pool and landscaping the.
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She changed her name to Alla Nazimova when she began appearing on stage-her father insisted on it, as "performing" was not considered respectable at the time. She began acting lessons at age 17 and joined. Konstantin Stanislavski 's company of actors as a pupil of.
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She was forced to abandon films for the theater, scoring exceptionally well in Anton Chekhov 's "The Cherry Orchard." She did return to films briefly in the 1940s in a variety of supporting roles, but she made these solely for the money. Nazimova's private life.
Sergei Golovin, but they separated quickly. She grew discontented with Stanislavsky and later performed in repertory. She met the legendary. Pavel Orlenev, a close friend of Anton Chekhov and Maxim Gorky, and entered into both a personal and professional relationship with him. They toured internationally.
1919's "The Brat" was the first time Nazimova played an American character either on stage or screen. She made 100,000 touring in "War Brides" and an additional 60,000 for the film version. Studied dramatics at the Conservatory at Odessa in 1892. Personal quot;s (3) Upon.
At the same time she maintained a strong Broadway theatrical career. In accordance with her rise in the film industry, she began producing her own efforts, which were bold and experimental-and monumental failures, although they are hailed as great artistic efforts today. Her. Salom (1922).