Galina Mikhailovna Shergova|
31 August 1923
11 May 2017 (aged 93)|
Shergova was born August 31, 1923 in Chita into a family of doctors. Her grandfather was the cantonments. Since 1933 she has lived in Moscow. During the Great Patriotic War she was an employee of the newspaper front of the 5th Panzer Army, The assault!, and received battle wounds. In 1948 she graduated from the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. She became a poet, and has worked with documentaries since 1959. She worked with Roman Karmen.
As a screenwriter, author and narrator she participated in the creation of more than 200 films and TV movies. Since 1967 she has been a television writer and presenter. She is the artistic director of a television series, and was one of the authors of Minute of Silence.
Her husband Alexander Yurovsky (writer), professor of Moscow State University (1921–2003). Kseniya Shergova, daughter, a documentary filmmaker. Two granddaughters.
- USSR State Prize (1978)
- Award TEFI — legend of the Russian TV
- Dovzhenko Gold Medal (1975)
- Order of the Patriotic War II degree (1985)
- Medal for Battle Merit
- Order For Merit to the Fatherland IV degree (1995)
- Order of Honour (2011) — for his great contribution in the development of the national broadcasting and many years of fruitful activity 
- Скончалась документалист и сценарист Галина Шергова
- Умерла «легенда российского телевидения» Галина Шергова
- Галина Михайловна Шергова
- Умерла сценарист Галина Шергова
- Галина Михайловн Шергова
- Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 29 мая 1995 года № 533 «О награждении государственными наградами Российской Федерации работников акционерных обществ, предприятий и организаций»
- Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 16 ноября 2011 года № 1493 Archived 2014-03-12 at the Wayback Machine.
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