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Screen and stage actor, TV host

Born in 1939 in Kiev, USSR. Graduated from the Shchukin Drama College kn Moscow (class of V.Lvova). Played on stage of the Moscow Lenin Komsomol Theater, the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya, the Israeli Gesher Theater. Debuted on screen in the film “Forty Minutes Till Dawn” (1963). He became widely known for his roles in TV series “Investigation by the Experts” (1971–2003) and “D’Artagnan and Three Musketeers” (1978), as well as in the film “The Diamond Arm” (1968). Honored Artist of Russia, laureate of the Order of Friendship. He played parts in more than 80 films and TV series, including “The City of Masters” (1965), “Mitya” (1967), “The Red Tent” (1969), “Commandant of Lauterburg” (1969), “Vaudeville about Vaudeville” (1970), “Notes of the Pickwick Club” (1972), “The Night of Errors” (1974), “Responses” (1975), “The Vesnukhin Fantasies” (1976), “Along Unknown Paths…” (1982), “Mary Poppins, Goodbye” (1983), “Pippi Longstocking” (1984), “Death on the Movie Set” (1990), “Jewish Vendetta” (1999), “Electricity Man” (2003), “Roots” (2005), “Syomin” (2009), “What Men Talk About. Continued” (2018), “Olivier and Robots” (2022), etc. Since 2006, he has been the host of the popular documentary program “Investigation Conducted by…” on the NTV channel.

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