Klavdiya Moiseeva was born on July 6, 1953. In 1977 Moiseeva graduated with honors from the acting and directing course of the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, workshop of Mikhail Borisov and Vladimir Eufer and was invited to join the Maly Thetare's company.
During the years of service on the famous stage, Klavdiya Viktorovna performed about three dozens of various roles and genres that enriched her professional experience. One of the best works of Moiseeva of the recent years is Glumova in «Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man» by Alexander Ostrovsky. Crafty and complaisant, Glafira Klimovna is her son's main assistant in all his dubious adventures. The actress performs her role softly, without excessive comic strips, showing a subtle taste and a wonderful sense of humor.
Vivacious, with a vibrant personality and undeniable talent, Moiseeva creates psychologically correct and convincing images.
Moiseeva repeatedly participates in charity concerts in military academies, the Russian State Library, the International Centre of the Roerichs. She organized a concert for bards and young poets called «The Road Home».
In recent years Moiseeva has gained fame as a singer and poet. She wrote a collection of poems called «Reflections in the Mirrors of Destiny... », which included poems performed by the actress in the solo performance «Meditating On A Quiet Night, or Confession On The Way».
The fascination with the Russian old romance (about three hundred works in Klavdiya's repertoire), interest in the history of this genre, have prompted her to work in a new genre - poetic programs, accompanied by the Maly Theatre's orchestra.
Klavdiya Moiseeva collaborated with the radio station «Mayak», and took part in the programs «Our Legacy» and «Voices of Russia».
Besides remarkable acting talent that distinguishes her as a great actor, Moiseeva possesses remarkable human qualities - intelligence, diligence, efficiency, conscientiousness, dedication to her profession and constant striving for self-improvement.
Klavdiya Moiseeva has also acted in multiple films: «Office Romance», «Long Way In The Labyrinth», «Reluctantly Married», «Three On The Highway», «Yes, The World Turned Upside Down» and others.
In 1999 she was awarded the Medal of Honor, Medal of the Order «For Services to the Fatherland» II degree.
Roles in the Maly Theatre:
1977 - (replacement) Princess, «Woe from Wit» by Alexander Griboedov, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov
1977 - (replacement) Nika-Veronika, «Golden Bonfires» by Isidor Shtok, directed by P. Vasiliev
1978 - (replacement) Nerine, «Scapin's Deceits» by Jean-B. Molière, directed by Evgeniy Vesnik
1978 - (premiere) Lyuda, «The Guilt» by Alexander Kurgatnikov, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov
1978 - (premiere) Doña Angela, «Jealous of Herself» by Tirso de Molina, directed by Leonid Kheyfetz
1980 - (replacement) Claudia, «The Challenge» by Georgiy Markov and Eduard Shima, directed by Vladimir Andreev and Vladimir Beylis
1981 - (premiere) Virgin lands worker,«Virgin Lands», stage-version based on Leonid Brezhnev’s book «Virgin Lands», directed by Vladimir Beylis together with Boris Lvov Anokhin
1981 - (replacement) Kapochka, «Balzaminov’s Marriage» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Sedov
1981 - (replacement) Maria, «In Agony» by Miroslav Krleža, directed by Stevo Žigon (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)
1982 - (premiere) Korobkin's wife, «The Governmnet Inspector» by Nikolai Gogol, directed by Evgeniy Vesnik and Yuri Solomin
1983 - (premiere) An employee of the orphanage, «My Favorite Clown» by Vasiliy Livanov, directed by Vitaliy Solomin
1983 - (replacement) Annushka, «Guilty Without Guilt» by Аlexander Ostrovsky, directed by Viktor Khokhryakov and Alexander Burdonsky
1983 - (premiere) Lisa, «Cyrano de Bergerac» by Edmond Rostand, directed by Rachiah Kaplanyan
1985 - (replacement) Lyudmila, «Retro» by Alexander Galin, directed by Leonid Kheyfetz
1988 - (replacement) Vyshnevskaya, «A Profitable Position» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Beylis
1988 - (premiere) Pani hostess, «The House in Heaven» by Jiří Hubač, directed by Zdeněk Míka (Czechoslovak Socialist Republic)
1989 - (replacement) Waitress, «Dream of the White Mountains» by Viktor Astafyev, directed by Vladimir Sedov
1990 - (premiere) Olga Nikolayevna, «And I Shall Repay» by Sergey Kuznetsov, directed by Alexander Chetverkin
1991 - (premiere) Katerina Ternovskaya, «Tsar Peter and Alexei» by Friedrich Gorenstein, directed by Vladimir Beylis
1995 - (replacement) Second woman, «The Little Humpbacked Horse» by Pyotr Yershov, directed by Roman Sokolov
1997 - (replacement) Volokhova, «Tsar Boris» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, directed by Vladimir Beylis
1998 - (premiere) Sofia, Lady Milford's maid, «Love and Intrigue » by Friedrich Schiller, directed by Yuri Solomin
1999 - (replacement) Lady in waiting, «Secrets of the Madrid Court» by Eugène Scribe, Ernest Leguvé, directed by Vladimir Beylis
2002 - (premiere) Glumova, «Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Vladimir Beylis
2012 - (replacement) Lady, «The Government Inspector» by Nikolay Gogol, directed by Yuri Solomin
2012 - (premiere) Duenna and Mother Margarita, «Cyrano de Bergerac» by Edmond Rostand, directed by Georges Lavaudant
2013 - (premiere) Terezin's seamstress, «Filumena Marturano» by Eduardo De Filippo, directed by Stefano de Luca
2012 - (replacement) Shablova, «Late Love» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Andrey Tsisaruk
2012 - (replacement) Stepmother, «Cinderella» by Evgeny Schwartz, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov
2017 - (replacement) Khlopov's wife, «The Government Inspector» by Nikolay Gogol, directed by Yuri Solomin