Natasha Andreichenko, Maximilian Schell's wife in real life, plays his mistress in Little Odessa. One of the most popular actresses in the former Soviet Union, Andreichenko's credits include Andrei Konchalovsky's award-winning Siberiade and Wartime Romance, which received a 1985 Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
In 1985 Andreichenko starred with her future husband in the NBC production of Peter the Great. In 1989, Andreichenko played the lead in the Russian premiere of Faith, Love and Hope, directed by Maximilian Schell and recently starred in Candles In The Dark, also directed by her husband.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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