Dapkunaite, Ingeborga 1963–

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DAPKUNAITE, Ingeborga 1963


Born January 20, 1963, in Vilnius, U.S.S.R. (now Lithuania); married Simon Stokes, 1993.

Career: Actress. Festival des Trois Continents de Nantes, France, jury member, 1994.

Awards, Honors: Nika Award, best actress, 1994, and Russian Film Academy Award, best actress, both for Katya Ismailova.


Film Appearances:

Nochnye shyopoty (also known as Night Whispers ), Lithuanian Film Studios, 1986.

Zagadochnyj naslednik (also known as The Mysterious Heir ), 1987.

Voskresnyj den' v adu, 1987.

Stecheniye obstoyatel'stv, 1987.

Pereprava, 1987.

Trinadtsatyj apostol (also known as The Thirteenth Apostle ), Armenfilm Studios, 1988.

Osen, Chertanovo ... (also known as Autumn in Chertanova and Autumn, Chertanovo ), 1988.

Kisulya, Interdevochka (also known as Intergirl ), 1989.

FaMinor (short film; also known as F Minor ), 1989.

Tsiniki (also known as Cynics ), 1991.

Katia, Katya Ismailova (also known as Podmoskovnye vechera ), Gorky Film Studios/Metro Tartan, 1993.

Marusia, Utomlyonnye solntsem (also known as Burnt by the Sun, Soleil trompeur, and Utomlionie solntsem ), Sony Pictures Classics, 1993.

Avtobus (also known as The Bus ), 1994.

Marie and mother in 1944, Letters from the East, Lichtblick Filmproduktion, 1995.

Hannah Williams, Mission: Impossible, Paramount, 1996.

Ingrid Harrer, Seven Years in Tibet, TriStar/Sony Pictures Entertainment, 1997.

Carolyn Kramer, Sunburn, 1999.

Masha, Moskva (also known as Moscow ), Studio Telekino, 1999.

(Uncredited) Micheline, Shadow of the Vampire (also known as Burned to Light ), Lions Gate Films, 2000.

Margaret, Vojna (also known as War ), Intercinema Art Agency, 2002.

Maria, Odinochestvo krovi (also known as Solitude of Blood ), 2002.

Asya, Shik (also known as The Suit, Le costume, and Shikil vestito ), AFilm Distribution/Ocean Films/Sharada Distribuzione, 2003.

Helen, Kiss of Life, BBC Films, 2003.

25 degres en hiver, 2003.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Lubya, Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald (also known as Marina's Story ), NBC, 1993.

Asta, On Dangerous Ground (also known as Jack Higgins' On Dangerous Ground ), Showtime, 1995.

Tsarina Alexandra, The Lost Prince, BBC (England), 2003.

Television Appearances; Specials:

Shona, Sex 'n' Death, BBC America, 1999.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Sanda, "Moldavian Rhapsody," The Good Guys, 1993.

Natalia, "She's a Lovely Girl," Big Bad World, ITV (England), 1999.

Elkie, "High Speed," CI5: The New Professionals, syndicated, 1999.

Television Appearances; Series:

Nikolai Vavilov, [Germany and U.S.S.R.], 1990.

Alaska Kid, [Germany, Poland, and Russia], 1993.

Stage Appearances:

Appeared as Katya, A Slip of the Tongue, London, England, and Chicago, IL; appeared in Libra, Chicago, IL; also appeared in Aida and Madame Butterfly.