Lyudmila Senchina: cause of death, biography


EASY will talk about how the life of the only son of people's artist Lyudmila Senchina, Vyacheslav Timoshin, has developed.

Vyacheslav was born in Lyudmila’s first marriage with Vyacheslav Timoshin. The artist’s only son is named after his famous father, an operetta artist.

From childhood he studied music, then continued his parents' creative career, graduated from Leningrad University, and in the 90s organized his own music group. At 19, he moved to live in the states, continued to promote his group, but to no avail. Later, he began working as an agent in an insurance company, and is currently engaged in the development of a real estate business.

Now he is 46 years old, he is married, has not yet acquired children, does not often come to his homeland. The woman herself often tried to visit her son.

At the end of January 2018, the famous singer did not become, she passed away in the 68th year. The son managed to say goodbye to his mother. After the divorce of Lyudmila Petrovna with Timoshin, Vyacheslav was raised by his stepfather, the second husband of the artist Stas Namin. The artist left a legacy of many millions to the son and Namin.

Now Vyacheslav continues to live abroad, often travels to countries. His Instagram is full of photos from the rest. Timoshin does not forget about music, often acts as a DJ in night clubs, is fond of cooking.

The childhood of the People's Artist

The actress was born on December 13, 1950. Father - Petr Markovich Senchin grew up in a Moldovan gypsy family and worked as a director of a culture house. The mother of the artist - Sarah Alekseevna Fedorets worked as a teacher in the village. Lyudmila Petrovna had a brother Vladimir, who died at the age of 41 from a heart attack.

L. Senchina in his youth: photo

The artist entered the music school at the Leningrad Conservatory in 1966. She chose the department of musical comedy. Lyudmila Petrovna successfully studied and graduated from college in 1970. Immediately after her studies, she was invited to the Musical Comedy Theater in Leningrad.

The fame for Lyudmila Senchina in her biography came along with the song "Cinderella", which she performed in the New Year's show "Blue Light". At that time, it was this program that opened up many Soviet pop stars. And the magnificent voice of Lyudmila Petrovna fascinated everyone. The next morning, Senchina woke up famous.

Lyudmila Senchina in her youth

The national artist tried herself not only as a singer, but also as a TV presenter. In the early 70's, she became one of the leading Artloto programs. At that time, this was a popular music television program on Central Television.

Biography of Lyudmila Senchina, her personal life and career developed as in a movie. In 1975, the artist leaves the theater and becomes the soloist of the famous pop orchestra. The team was managed by Anatoly Badhen, under his leadership Senchina acted for more than 10 years.

In the film “Armed and very dangerous”

Personal life

Lyudmila Senchina’s personal life was full!

Beloved by the people, Cinderella was married three times. Her first marriage was with Vyacheslav Timoshin. It was from her first husband that Lyudmila Petrovna was born the only son Vyacheslav. Lyudmila simply adored her son. The only child has become the meaning of life for the artist. The marriage with Vyacheslav, an operetta artist, lasted about 10 years. Senchina admitted that their relationship only seemed perfect.

The second choice of Lyudmila was Stas Namin. The artist herself said that it was an interesting relationship. At that time, Namin was the leader of the popular musical group "Colors". But the intense jealousy on the part of Stas, his constant scandals and demands to leave his favorite work forced Lyudmila Petrovna to break off relations.

In the photo Lyudmila with her second husband Stas Namin

After breaking up with Namin, Lyudmila Senchina was left alone for a long time - in her personal life was loneliness. She met her third husband only after 6 years. Her chosen one was the famous producer Vladimir Andreev. The actress admitted that next to this man she felt like behind a stone wall. Lyudmila lived with Vladimir until the last day.

Lyudmila Senchina and Vladimir Andreev

The son of Senchina Vyacheslav at the age of 19 left for America. Today, an adult man is engaged in insurance, has a stable income and is happy. Lyudmila Petrovna loved her son very much and constantly kept in touch with him by telephone.

L. Senchina with her son


During her career and biography, Lyudmila Senchina received many awards and was recognized as the People's Soviet and Russian artist. For 10 years, from the 70s to the 80s, she very often became the laureate of "Song of the Year", the annual television music festival. Every year Lyudmila Petrovna held magnificent concerts in St. Petersburg under the name “Christmas in the Northern Capital”. These events were very popular among fans of the artist.

Lyudmila Senchina was open to viewers and journalists. She never hid her biography and personal life. She often performed in various television programs. The last broadcast with her was in 2018. Utaila Lyudmila Senchina from all is just her poor health and her illness. It was oncology that took the beloved artist from her relatives, friends and fans - this cause of death was confirmed by loved ones.

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Photo: Lyudmila Senchina

Childhood and family

Luda, in whose pedigree Jewish and Moldovan roots were mixed, grew up in a family of simple Soviet workers. Mom, Sarah Alekseevna, is a school teacher, father, Pyotr Markovich Senchin, he worked all his life in the local house of culture, where he was first a cult enlightener and then a director. After a working day, both worked on the collective farm field.

It was at the suggestion of her father that the girl began to speak to the audience: at first the stage went out with small roles in the performances, then she began to sing songs at each more or less significant city event.

When the baby turned 10, her father received a tempting offer from Krivoy Rog. After weighing the pros and cons, the family left their native village and moved to a new place. Here, in one of the largest cities in the Dnipropetrovsk region, Lyudmila Senchina began attending a comprehensive school, as well as hone her vocal talent in amateur circles. It was during this period that she finally became convinced of her abilities and decided to try her luck on the stage. In 1966, she graduated from school, left Ukraine and went to Leningrad to enter the Rimsky-Korsakov music school.


Lyudmila Senchin (later Senchina) was born on December 13, 1950 in the village of Kudryavtsy (now Kudryavskoye) in the Nikolaev region of the Ukrainian SSR. However, according to Senchina herself, when registering, the father indicated in the documents the date of birth of his daughter on January 13, 1948. Mother - Sarah Alekseevna Fedorets (1921-2007), Ukrainian, primary school teacher in a rural school. Father - Pyotr Markovich Senchin (died in 1988), cult educator, director of the house of culture. He grew up in a gypsy camp, located in the same village where the singer’s mother lived, in the family of Moldovan gypsy Marco and his wife Hannah, a Moldovan. Brother Vladimir (1941-1982), lived in Krivoy Rog, worked as an electrician in a mine, and died of a heart attack.

According to the singer, the Moldavian surname of her father was not inclined, therefore, in the documents she was recorded as Lyudmila Petrovna Senchin. Later, she took the surname of Tymoshin's first husband, and after the divorce she returned the girl's surname, officially adding the ending “a” already familiar to her by that time.

When Senchina was ten years old, her father was invited to work in Krivoy Rog. For all the years of school studies, Lyudmila has never changed her affection - amateur performances. After graduating from ten classes of secondary school No. 95, Lyudmila went to study in Leningrad.

In 1966 she entered the department of musical comedy (singing voice - soprano) of the N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov Music College at the Leningrad Conservatory. Vocal teacher - Roda Lvovna Zaretskaya. In 1970, upon graduation, she was invited to the troupe of the Leningrad Theater of Musical Comedy, where she played leading roles in classical and Soviet operettas. In 1972, the theater troupe had a new chief director, Vladimir Vorobyov, who Senchina could not work with, so in 1975 she had to leave the theater. After the dismissal, the artist decided to try herself on the stage, which in the future led her to truly popular fame.

The singer gained all-Union fame and popularity in 1971, performing the song “Cinderella” by composer Igor Tsvetkov to verses by Ilya Reznik at the New Year's “Blue Light”.

In addition to Cinderella, the singer’s “calling card” was many other songs, no less well-known, from different years: “A song about tenderness”, “Thank you people!”, “The nightingale whistled for us ...” (romance from the television movie “Days” Turbinykh ”(1976)),“ Wormwood ”,“ Good Fairy Tale ”,“ Pebbles ”,“ Forest Deer ”,“ Wild Flowers ”,“ Bird Cherry ”,“ Lullaby ”,“ Love and Separation ”,“ Birthday ”,“ Summer ”,“ White Dance ”.

In the early 1970s, along with Fyodor Chekhankov, she hosted the popular musical television program of the Central Television and Radio of the USSR “Artloto”.

In 1975-1985 she was a leading soloist of the Leningrad State Concert Orchestra under the direction of Anatoly Badhen, worked as a soloist of the Lenconcert (then - the State Concert and Philharmonic Institution Petersburg Concert).

In 1977, she starred as a cabaret singer. Julie Pruede in the Soviet Western-style feature film “Armed and Very Dangerous,” directed by Vladimir Weinstock.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, she repeatedly became a laureate of the Song of the Year television festival.

In 1981, she took part in the Zori Kislovodsk festival.

From 1984 to 1986, she collaborated with rock musician Igor Talkov, who was the bass player and music director of her ensemble. In 1984, the Melodia company released the record of the singer Love and Separation recorded together with Talkov, in which the musician also acted as a singer and arranger.

In 1986, she participated in a joint Soviet-American project - the musical play "Child of the World" - with Vladimir Presnyakov Sr., a group of Stas Namin and an American singer John Denver (the tour took place in the cities of the USA and Canada).

In the early 1990s, Lyudmila Senchina returned to St. Petersburg.

In St. Petersburg, it annually held festive concerts “Christmas in the Northern Capital”, which were held with great success at the Oktyabrsky Concert Hall. On January 29, 2001, Lyudmila took part in the anniversary concert of Stas Namin’s band “Flowers”, dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the creation of the band and held in the concert hall “Russia” in Moscow. At the concert, she performed with the members of the group Yuri Gorkov, Tatyana Vorontsova, Olga Danilovich and Nina Palitsina the song of the composer Sergei Dyachkov “Do not” to the words of the poet Onegin Yusif-oglu Gadzhikasimov.

In 2003, the albums of the singer “Cinderella” and “Love and Separation” were released on CD with her best songs. On May 31 of the same year, the artist took part in the television author’s program of Valentina Pimanova's “Idols” on “Channel One”. The singer successfully went on tour in many cities of Israel.

In 2004, in the series “Love Mood”, Ludmila's next album with her time-tested hits was released.

In July 2005, the legendary artist took part in the XIV International Festival of Arts “Slavic Bazaar in Vitebsk”, which was marked by the 60th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

February 24, 2006 at the Concert Hall “Oktyabrsky” in St. Petersburg, her performance “There is only harmony in music” was held. In the same year, she starred in Oksana Pushkina’s popular television program “Women's Stories” on “NTV”, where she told viewers about her creative and personal life.

In May 2007, she performed at the Yalta-Moscow-Transit festival of humor. On December 22, the singer took part in the television music program “5 songs on the Fifth” on the St. Petersburg “Fifth Channel”. Senchina sang songs: “Birthday”, “We wish you happiness” from the repertoire of Stas Namin’s band “Flowers”, “I Will Wait for You” from the French musical movie “Cherbourg Umbrellas” (1964), accompanied by the music of the Beat Box group. , “Those lazy hazy crazy days of summer” from the repertoire of American jazz singer Net King Cole and “Not a couple” from the repertoire of the duet “Potap and Nastya”.

In 2008, in Kursk, she participated in the Retro Stars project, and in September-December of the same year, in the NTV TV channel project Superstar-2008. Dream Team".

In the summer of 2013 she took part in the music project "Universal Artist" and in the filming of the television show "New Year's Eve 2014" of Channel One. In the same year, the official website of Lyudmila Senchina was opened.

On March 11, 2014, she signed an appeal by cultural figures of the Russian Federation in support of the position of President of Russia Vladimir Putin in Ukraine and Crimea.

March 19, 2014 Senchina became the hero of the program "Nowadays" on the "First Channel". On May 24, 2014, she participated in the Guess the Melody music and entertainment program on Channel One. Also in 2014, she was a member of the jury of the Variety Theater project on Channel One.

February 12, 2015 was a guest of the author’s television talk show Julia Menshova “Alone with everyone”, and April 17, 2017 - “Alone with everyone. Be yourself ”on Channel One.

April 14, 2015 was the hero of the author’s program “My Hero” of the writer Tatyana Ustinova on the TV Center TV channel.

On March 25, 2017, the singer was dedicated to the release of Andrei Malakhov’s television entertainment program “Tonight” on Channel One.

Illness and death

The last year and a half of her life, Lyudmila Senchina fought with cancer (pancreatic cancer). Only her closest people knew about her illness. However, despite the serious illness, the singer continued to work and planned in January 2018 to perform at an event dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the lifting of the siege of Leningrad. On January 25, 2018 at 8:30 a.m. Lyudmila Petrovna Senchina died at the 68th year of life in a hospital in St. Petersburg. The last week and a half was in a coma.

Leningrad Theater of Musical Comedy

In the Leningrad Theater of Musical Comedy, Lyudmila Senchina served from 1970 to 1975 and played in performances:

  • 1970 - The Violet of Montmartre, an operetta in three acts by Imre Kalman (production - Julius Khmelnitsky, premiere on July 5, 1958) - Violetta, Parisian flower girl .
  • 1971 - “Daughter of the Ocean”, a romantic operetta in three acts by Veniamin Basner (production - Mikhail Dotlibov, premiere - April 28, 1971)
  • 1971 - “Rose-Marie”, an operetta in three acts by American composers Rudolf Freeml and Herbert Stothart (production - A. Tarasov, premiere - June 19, 1971) - Rose-Marie La Flamme
  • 1971 - “The Night Stranger”, an operetta in two acts by Vladimir Dmitriev (production - Mikhail Dotlibov, premiere on November 3, 1971) - Tanya
  • 1972 - "How to make a career", a musical in three acts by Frank Lösser (production - Vladimir Vorobyov, premiere - December 31, 1972) - Rosmery

Solo albums

  • 1974 - “Lyudmila Senchina Sings” (12 tracks)
  • 1981 - “Lyudmila Senchina” (10 compositions)
  • 1982 - “I give you a song”
  • 1984 - “Love and Separation” I (10 tracks)
  • 1984 - “Love and Separation” II (together with Igor Talkov, 8 compositions)
  • 2001 - “And love laughs and sings”
  • 2001 - Cinderella (14 tracks)
  • 2003 - “Love and Separation” (CD)
  • 2004 - “Loving mood” (15 tracks)
  • 2006 - “And love laughs and sings ...” (15 tracks)
  • 2008 - “At least believe, at least check ...” (17 tracks)
  • 2008 - “Lyudmila Senchina Sings”
  • 2008 - The Golden Retro Collection


  • 2005 - “Flowers. Nostalgia for the Present
  • 2006 - “Benjamin Basner. You and me"
  • 2007 - “Song 71-90”
  • 2008 - "The Best Songs from the Movies"
  • 2009 - “Isaac Schwartz. Songs from the Movies »
  • 2009 - “Edward Gil. Golden retro collection »
  • 2009 - “Names for all time. Favorite romances »
  • 2009 - “Names for all time. Table songs "
  • 2010 - “Andrei Petrov. Favorite movie music
  • 2010 - “Songs to the verses of Vladimir Kharitonov”
  • 2010 - "Made in the USSR 7"
  • 2010 - “Hits of the 1960-1980s. We do not care"
  • 2011 - "Stars of the Leningrad Band"
  • 2011 - "The Public's Favorite"
  • 2013 - “Names for all time. Golden hits "

Creative path, life and family.

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Name and surname:Lyudmila Senchina
Middle name:Petrovna
Name in English:Lyudmila senchina
Year of birth:1950
Birthday:December 13th
Place of Birth:Kudryavtsi, USSR
Height:165 cm.
Eastern horoscope:Tiger
Social network:Wikipedia

Star Trek Lyudmila Senchina

In 1970, after receiving a diploma, Lyudmila Senchina joined the Leningrad Theater of Musical Comedy. Over the next 5 years, she embodied many vivid roles on this scene. In the same 1971 she performed at the Oktyabrsky Concert Hall with the song “Cinderella” by I. Tsvetkov and I. Reznik. Her image - a fragile blond beauty with bottomless blue eyes - combined with the soulful manner of performance. This song subsequently became her hallmark, brought the international award "Golden Lyre" in 1974.

Although Lyudmila herself first perceived the song with hostility. She saw herself as a new Edita Pieha, dreamed of a dramatic repertoire ... and then she slipped a "children's" song! But what was the reaction of the public ...

In an instant, the girl from a star turned into a bright star. She began to be invited to the cinema for the main roles (“Shelmenko-batman”, “After the Fair”, “Armed and Very Dangerous”). In the early seventies, she hosted the music show "Artloto" on the Central Television of the Soviet Union.

Shot from the movie After the Fair

In 1975, the artist was invited to the Anatoly Badhen Orchestra, which became her second family for the next 10 years. In the same year, Lyudmila became the winner of the Sopot Music Festival, as well as the laureate of the prestigious Song of the Year television festival.

Her repertoire does not have as many hits as, no doubt, her beautiful voice deserved. Let's note the compositions “On the Pebbles” and “Birthday”, the duet with Edward Hill “The Joke”, of course, the romances “The White Acacia are fragrant bunches”, “Song of Happiness”, “Love and Separation”.

Nature rewarded Senchin not only with her voice, but also with external data

In 1986, the singer took part in the “Child of the World” project - as part of a “warming relationship” with American colleagues, Soviet artists went on tour to the States.

Life in the new millennium

In the 90s and 2000s, Lyudmila Senchina rarely toured and appeared on television. The singer’s return to the stage was not even facilitated by the fact that in 2002 she became the People’s Artist of Russia. Only in 2008, Lyudmila Senchina again declared herself. The turning point for the aged singer was the NTV channel project “Superstar-2008. Dream Team ": the pop stars of the USSR and Russia were invited to the studio and divided them into two opposing teams. In 2013, she became a member of another popular TV show - "Universal Artist", which went to the prime time of Channel One.


Ludmila spent the last years of her life in her apartment in the center of St. Petersburg and in a country house in Gruzino. On January 25, 2018, the media reported the death of Lyudmila Senchina at the 68th year of her life. Information was confirmed by her husband. According to him, the woman suffered from a long illness, which nevertheless prevailed, despite the treatment.

Lyudmila Senchina in the last years of her life


In Soviet cinema, Lyudmila Senchina rarely appeared, but in each film, the actress played the main roles. These roles were close and loved by the audience. The artist brought the popularity of the paintings "The Magic Power of Art", "Shelmenko-Batman" and others.

Lyudmila Senchina in the film “Armed and Very Dangerous”

In 1977, the film "Armed and Very Dangerous" was released, which in a matter of weeks became the leader in hire. Thus, a turn in the biography of the artist. Men rushed to the cinemas to see an erotic scene with Lyudmila Senchina. The actress bared her chest in the frame, which by Soviet standards was more than bold. There was nothing like this in the script - the scene turned out to be unintentional, when Leonid Broneva accidentally tugged Lyudmila on the strap on the court. The camera shot this moment, and the director did not cut a successful shot.


Senchina might not have become a popular singer, but fate decreed otherwise. A new chief director came to the theater, where the Soviet film actress played dozens of roles. The relationship did not work out, and Lyudmila quit her job.

On the stage, Lyudmila performed the songs of the masters, which the famous singers refused. She was noticed after the song “Miracle Horses”, but the real popularity came after the song called “Cinderella”. "Cinderella" became a business card Senchina. True, the singer did not want to sing this single - forced Anatoly Badhen, the conductor of the orchestra in which the artist worked.

In 1975, Lyudmila Senchina received the Grand Prix at the festival in Sopot, in the same year, the actress became the laureate of “Songs of the Year”. A few years later she received the title of Honored Artist of the USSR and the RSFSR.

In the 80-90s, Senchina became megapopular. Her romance "White acacia clusters of fragrant ..." the country quietly sang along, and every concert gathered thousands of fans.

A similar success was expected for the song “Pebbles”. The chorus “And pebbles and pebbles and pebbles the river runs” was heard on all radio stations of the Soviet Union.

The romance “Love and Separation” by composer Isaac Schwartz to the verses of Bulat Okudzhava lay at Lyudmila’s house for a year, until he was noticed by the author of the musical work.

The song "Wildflowers" is another popular song in the repertoire of the Soviet and Russian performers. The record from the Blue Light when Senchina first sang this single, and today is gaining thousands of views on the Web.

Once at a concert in Moscow, the singer was seen by Michel Legrand and invited her to sing a duet. Soon, the “Melody” studio released their joint album with melodies from “Cherbourg Umbrellas”.

In 2002, Senchina was awarded the title of People's Artist of Russia, again began to appear on screens and return to its former popularity.


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