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Sergey Zhigunov

Sergey Zhigunov

Known For: Acting · Birthday: 1963-01-02

21 Movies · 8 TV Series

Biography

Early life and education. Sergey Zhigunov was born on 2 January 1963 in Rostov-on-Don, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Sergey's father, Viktor Pavlovich Zhigunov, was the leading actor of the Rostov drama theater of the Palace of Culture of the Rostselmash plant. Mother Galina Ivanovna Zhigunova was also an actress, since 2005 she has been the main director of the Young Spectator Theater in Sergiev Posad.He graduated from the Shchukin Theater School in Moscow in 1986. Career. In 1983, he made his debut in the cinema, played small roles in the films The Oath Record and Recognize the Guilty.In 1987, the actor became famous for the role of Alexander Belov in the adventure film of Svetlana Druzhinina Viva gardemarines!. In 1991, he also appeared in the film's sequel, Viva Gardes-Marines!.In 1990, starred in the melodrama of Yuri Morozov's The Witches Cave. In the same year Zhigunov performed one of the main roles in the popular adventure film Hearts of Three based on the novel of the same name by Jack London. In 1993, the sequel Hearts of Three-2 was released.In 1990, the actor became the general director of the "Chance" film studio (part of Mosfilm. The first experience of his studio was the political detective Black Square, based on the novel by Friedrich Neznansky Fair in Sokolnik. Then came the pictures Queen Margot (1996, Zhigunov played the role of Count de Coconnas in this film), Countess de Monsoro (1997), The Garden Was Full of Moon, What the Deceased Said (both - 2000).In 2000, he became the President of the Russian Film Actors Guild.In the following years he acted as an actor and producer in the films Vovochka (2002), Even Shakespeare Could not have Imagined (2007), Once upon a Time in Rostov (2012), Cadets (2004).He played the main role in the television series My Fair Nanny, which aired between 2004-2009.In August 2012, he began to direct his debut film The Three Musketeers. It was released as a theatrical feature film in 2013 and as an extended television version in 2014.Sergei Zhigunov was also the producer of the film The Apocalypse Code (2007), the television series Goryunov (2013) and The Tourwriters (2016).In addition to the works mentioned, Sergey Zhigunov's filmography includes such films as Through Main Street with an Orchestra (1986), Valentin and Valentina (1986), The Princess and the Pea (1997), Testament of the Night (2008), Rita (2010), Happiness on Contract (2010), Open It's Me (2011), Know Me If You Can (2014).

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