Aleksandra Aleksandrovna Yablochkina (November 3, 1866 — March 20, 1964) was a leading actress of the Maly Theatre, Moscow, for more than 75 years. She studied acting craft under her father before joining the troupe of the Korsh Theatre in 1886. Two years later, she moved to the Maly, in which she worked with Maria Yermolova and Alexander Yuzhin. Yablochkina specialized in comedy roles and was renowned for the purity of her Russian pronunciation. In 1915, she was elected to lead the Moscow department of the All-Russian Theatrical Society, becoming its chairperson within two years. She was awarded the USSR State Prize (1943) and became one of the first to be awarded the title of People's Artist of the USSR (1937). She also wrote two books of memoirs, My Life in Theatre (1953) and 75 Years in Theatre (1960).