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Liya Akhedzhakova is a little gem of Soviet cinema. She was a show-stealer in such a comedy classic as _Ironiya sudby, ili S lyogkim parom! (1975) (TV)_ in a part with no words at all. Her ability to create a larger than life heroes is almost unbelievable. Every second line of her Verochka from _Sluzhebnyj roman (1977)_ became a catch-phrase. Although most directors explore her comic abilities, she's a strongest tragic actress. Liya proved it in _Dvadtsat dnej bez vojny (1976)_. She created there an unforgettable image of great complicity, although her only episode lasts less than five minutes and her heroine doesn't have a name and is credited as "Woman with watch". Her best part to date is a farcial but tragical character of Fima from _Nebesa obetovannyye (1991)_. She's been working for many years in one of the most famous Moscow theatres, Sovremennik.