Vera Vsevolodovna Baranovskaya (Russian: Вера Всеволодовна Барановская; 1885 – 7 December 1935) was a Russian actress. She performed in more than twenty films between 1916 and 1935.
Baranovskaya was born in 1885 Saint Petersburg. She studied acting at the Moscow Art Theatre.
Between 1915 and 1922 she worked in the theaters of Kharkiv, Kiev, Odessa, Tiflis, Kazan, Voronezh and in other cities. In the year 1922 she founded the artistic-theatrical workshop ("Mastbar") in Moscow. In the 1920s she worked in Germany and Czechoslovakia.
After the year 1932 Baranovskaya emigrated to France. She died in 1935 in Paris.
|1926||Mother||Pelageya Nilovna Vlasova|
|1927||The End of St. Petersburg||Bolshevik worker's wife|
|1929||Revolt in the Reformatory||Fritz's Mother|
|1929||Such Is Life||Washerwoman|
|1929||Misled Youth||Witwe Kröger|
|1932||The Night at the Hotel|
|1932||Monsieur Albert||La duchesse|