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The smallest and largest pensions of the stars have been revealed: how Syabitova and Khanga live on the “minimum wage”, and how much Shukshina and Kravchenko receive

Date: April 21, 2024 Time: 20:18:12

Nikolai Nikolaevich Drozdov, 86, was ashamed to announce the amount of his pension

Photo: Sergey MINAEV

Last week, two stars announced the amount of their pension and complained about its size. However, they did not report the amount of royalties and royalties they receive. There are artists who not only earn well, but also receive a substantial increase in their titles thanks to their registration in Moscow.

The KP.RU website calculated the average amount of pensions of famous artists. Someone did not hesitate to tell them the amount of their pension.

No charges or complaints

Yuri Loza celebrated his 70th birthday in February with a solo concert, with three more performances left. But at the time of the anniversary, the author and the artist managed to complain that he receives a basic pension of 16 thousand rubles: “They deducted the additional payment of a Muscovite from me, since I receive additional income – royalties.” At the same time, the author and performer Loza receives money not only when his songs “Balsa”, “I can dream”, “Places sacred” and others are played on radio, television, series and plays, in karaoke or for any other use, but also for filming television shows, concerts and writing songs to order. Loza has been writing songs for his colleagues for a long time. And he receives royalties, which are no less than his pension. In 2024, Muscovites will receive a regional supplement of 24,500 rubles, while active workers (such as Yuri Loza) will receive a minimum pension of 16,964 rubles. Yuri Loza, an actively working retiree, receives almost 17 thousand rubles. Working celebrities have the same pension amount: Roza Syabitova, Natalya Arinbasarova, Natalya Gulkina, Ekaterina Semenova, Regina Dubovitskaya, Mikhail Muromov, Elena Khanga, Amoyak Akopyan. Many singers (stars of the 90s), such as Semenova and Gulkina, do not have continuous experience; many later toured the country without being linked to philharmonic societies and cultural centers, as in the USSR.

Yuri Loza

Photo: Anatoly ZHDANOV

Singer Ekaterina Semenova, 63, does not complain about her “minimum wage”: “Such a pension encourages work. And I got involved. Much depends on attitude: if a person wants to be poor, he will remain poor, even if he has money under his pillow, he will say that he is sitting without money. My situation is different.”

Ekaterina Semenova

Photo: Boris KUDRYAVOV

Viktor Bychkov, 69 years old, receives 17 thousand rubles. The actor is filming and was registered as self-employed, so he should not have received an allowance as a non-working pensioner. Ignorance of the laws does not exempt you from complying with them. Therefore, the artist found himself in the same situation as Natalya Gvozdikova and her other retired colleagues. Bychkov reported: “One day I received a document saying that the Russian Pension Fund had also overpaid me; He allegedly owed them 60 thousand rubles. We were suing. It turns out that according to the law, since I acted in movies and shows, I should not have received an additional payment to my pension…”

Victor Bychkov


The 60-year-old singer Lolita recently decided to commiserate with people with a post on social media: “To everyone who wrote “grandma” under my posts, I proudly confirm: here is my pension certificate. My pension is 23,856 rubles and 55 kopecks.” In the comments, the star was told that many people receive the same or less. Lolita said she supports her mother and her daughter and helps others with savings from her previous job. Let us remember that the tour and television filming of Lolita were canceled after her participation in Anastasia Ivleeva’s scandalous party. However, the singer is modestly silent about the fact that her performances at private events continue; They are traditionally carried out in a closed format. And this is 1.5-2 million rubles per concert.


Photo: Mikhail FROLOV

Tatyana Antsiferova, 69, has a pension like Lolita’s – 23 thousand rubles. Tatyana Vladimirovna told the KP.RU website: “This pension is because I have no title. “Now I regret that when they offered me to do it in the 90s, I refused.” Many now regret this, since the title of “Honored” or “Popular” for artists registered in Moscow provides a decent increase in pension. Therefore, Efim Shifrin many years ago rejected the offer of the human resources department of the Variety Theater to collect documents to apply for the title of “Honored Artist”. And when it became known about the bonus for the title, he again did not pick up the papers: “Somehow it’s already too late, it’s a shame that he deserves it, because my students are national.”

Tatyana Anatolyevna Tarasova, 77, said last year: “The pension is like everyone else’s!” The famous coach Tarasova received the same amount as Antsifirova. But on January 1, 2024, a new law came into force: now the coaches of the champions of the Olympic, Paralympic and Deaf Games receive a monthly supplement. The supplement is 250% of the social pension: 12,585 rubles per month. That is why Tatyana Anatolyevna’s pension has increased.

Tatiana Tarasova

Photo: Daniil OPARIN

Nikolai Nikolaevich Drozdov, 86, was embarrassed to announce the amount of his pension. An old friend of Drozdov told the KP.RU website: “Nikolai Nikolaevich has continuous experience: since 1967 he worked for 56 years at the Faculty of Geography of Moscow State University. He is a teacher. The pension is normal, Moscow. In addition, there is an additional payment: as an honorary citizen of the Ryazan region, Nikolai Nikolaevich receives an annual payment for life for his pension. This is equivalent to almost 110,000 rubles a year.” Taking into account this allowance and his age allowance, Drozdov receives almost 40 thousand rubles a month.

Pensions ranging from 33 thousand to 40 thousand rubles are received by: Dmitry Dibrov, Larisa Rubalskaya, Lion Izmailov, Edita Piekha, Zhanna Aguzarova, Olga Zarubina, Alexander Druz.

The pension is like a living wage.

Since 2018, Muscovites who have the title of Honored or People’s Artist receive an increase in their pension, regardless of whether they continue to work or not. For some reason, in interviews, the stars say that for the title they receive an additional 30 thousand rubles to their pension. But this amount is indexed, and starting in 2024, artists with degrees will receive a substantial increase in addition to the basic pension – 39 thousand 767 rubles. Taking into account allowances by age (after 70 and 80 years), for prizes, state awards and titles, honored and popular artists receive an average of 60-75 thousand rubles per month. We are talking about the expenses of this category of pensioners.

85-year-old Lidiya Nikolaevna Fedoseeva-Shukshina receives 65 thousand rubles: “My pension is enough for me. I receive 25 thousand rubles and they also give me a bonus. “I manage alone, I don’t receive money from my daughters.” The pension is enough to cover food, medicine and public services. Six months ago, the People’s Artist had to hire a nurse; Her services are paid for by Lydia Nikolaevna’s daughters.

Lidiya Fedoseeva-Shukshina


People’s artist Alexander Pankratov-Cherny, 74, receives a pension of 57 thousand rubles: “There is enough to eat, but, for example, going on vacation to the beach is a problem. “It’s good that we are still working.” The actor says that once on tour he toasted his colleagues and a pension increase, and then discovered that he was only from Moscow.

76-year-old Natalya Gvozdikova receives almost 65 thousand rubles. Recently, the People’s Artist complained that, since she is a working pensioner, she is not paid the supplement for the USSR State Prize (for her role in the film “Born of the Revolution”): “With this bonus it would be another plus Between 20 and 22 thousand rubles.”

Alena Sviridova

Photo: Boris KUDRYAVOV

Alena Sviridova, 61, jokes about retirement: “I say, “Oh, great, I have a scholarship”! My scholarship was 40 rubles. And since I am an honest artist, I have almost the same bonus.” Only already 40 thousand rubles.

Viktor Sukhorukov, a popular artist, 72 years old, has 65 thousand: “I receive a good pension, I don’t complain. I won’t get lost. Besides, I have a job, I have something to do.”

Yuri Nazarov, 86, works and doesn’t plan to stop: “I have five children, ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. And I want to help everyone, that’s why I work actively. I’m 86 years old, but I’m definitely not going to die! The People’s Artist says he has a lot to do: he still has great-grandchildren to raise.

Popular artist Tatyana Kravchenko, 70, works hard both on the theater stage and in cinema: “I act in films, I act in companies, I work in the theater, and that is enough for me. The pension goes to pay the utilities of two of my apartments.”

Yuri Nikolaev, 75, said he spends his pension on medical support. Yuri Alexandrovich is grateful for the additional payments: “I receive a pension and allowance as a People’s Artist. But I am on the staff of Channel One and I thank them that I am working like in my best years.”

66-year-old Yuri Stoyanov is now the most sought-after actor among our retired actors. The People’s Artist filming schedule is planned two years in advance. The People’s Artist is glad that there is a lot of interesting and varied work and the amount of old-age benefits: “It is a very decent pension compared to what people receive. “I’m a working artist, I don’t live on a pension, I act.”

Yuri Stoyanov

Photo: Ivan MAKEEV

Starting in 2023, retired artists living in St. Petersburg will also be entitled to additional payment for their titles. More precisely, just for the title of “People’s Artist”: an additional payment of 30 thousand rubles per month to the basic pension. The “people” of St. Petersburg are, for example, the spouses Mikhail Boyarsky and Larisa Luppian. And 88-year-old Alisa Brunovna Freindlich receives two more regional payments. The People’s Artist says: “I am a survivor of the siege, which is why I have a large pension. I’m also an honorary citizen, so it’s double.” The average amount of the basic pension with the “Resident of the besieged Leningrad” supplement is 42,400 rubles. The basic part of the national actress’s pension is doubled. Taking into account the bonus for the title, the pension averages 80 thousand rubles.

Edita Piekha

Photo: Boris KUDRYAVOV

Edita Piekha, 86, previously said: “I receive two pensions. Artistic and mining. There was a time when Aman Tuleyev granted me the title of “Honorary Miner”. With the bonus for the title of People’s Artist, it turns out to be more than 70 thousand rubles.

Irina Alferova


The honorary category of national artists and honorees with a pension of “60 years and older” also includes: Irina Alferova, Tatyana Dogileva, Lyudmila Khityaeva, Elena Proklova, Irina Muravyova, Sergey Garmash, Natalya Varley, Roxana Babayan, Elena Yakovleva, Tatyana Vasilyeva, Larisa Udovichenko, Larisa Guzeeva, Svetlana Nemolyaeva, Evgenia Simonova, Elena Safonova, Irina Rozanova, Leonid Yakubovich, Ilya Reznik, Angelina Vovk, Oleg Mityaev, Larisa Dolina, Irina Allegrova, Nadezhda Babkina, Nadezhda Kadysheva, Ekaterina Shavrina, Yuri Antonov, Vyacheslav Malezhik, Vyacheslav Dobrynin, Vladimir Vinokur, Vladimir Kuzmin, Irina Ponarovskaya, Elena Stepanenko, Evgeny Petrosyan, Tatyana Sudets, Yuri Nikolaev, Igor Nikolaev, Barry Alibasov, Yuri Kuklachev and other titled artists.

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