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Lila Kedrova (October 9, 1918 – February 16, 2000) was a Russian-born French actress.
Birth name: Yelizaveta Nikolayevna Kedrova.
Her parents were famous Russian opera singers:
Father: Nikolay Kedrov, Sr. (1871 – 1940); a singer and composer, a creator of the first Russian male quartet with the performance of liturgical chants; in Paris he once again recreated the quartet (Quatuor Kedroff)
Mother: a singer of Mariinsky Theatre Sofia Gladkaya (Kedrova) (1875—1965); fleeing into exile, taught at the Conservatoire de Paris.
Brother: Nikolay Kedrov, Jr. (1905–1981)
Some time after the October Revolution, in 1922 the family emigrated from Russia and moved to France. Lila at this point was 3-4 years
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