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Aleksandr Belyavskiy

Aleksandr Belyavskiy

Conhecido(a) por: Acting · Nascimento: 1932-05-06 · Dia da morte: 2012-09-08 (80 anos) · Gênero: Masculino · Local de nascimento: Moscow, USSR (Russia)

57 Filmes · 1 Série de TV

Também conhecido(a) como: Александр Белявский · Aleksandr Belyavskiy · Aleksandr Bielawski

Biografia

Alexander Belyavsky was born in Moscow, to Boris Moiseyevich Belyavsky and his wife Lyubov Alexandrovna. He was the family's eldest child, with two younger siblings. After finishing school in 1949 he enrolled into the Geological research faculty of the Moscow's Gold and Non-ferrous metals Institute where he studied up until 1955, making frequent trips to the Central Asian Soviet republics for professional practice. After the graduation Belyavsky spent several years in Irkutsk, working for the East-Siberian Geological department. He made his debut as an actor at the Irkutsk Drama Theatre, playing Molchalin in Alexander Griboyedov's Woe from Wit. Back in Moscow Belyavsky continued working as a geology engineer, occasionally taking part in amateur theatrical productions staged by The Teachers' House. He decided then to quit his regular job, enrolled into the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, and joined Vladimir Etush's class at the Vakhtangov Theatre. In summer 1957 Belyavsky made his debut on screen in Tales About Lenin (as a young worker Kolya). Three years later, still a student, he appeared in the Kiev Studio's film Save Our Souls (1960).In 1961 Belyavsky graduated the Shchukin Theatre Institute with honors and was invited to join the Moscow Satire Theatre. In 1964 the Polish director Leonard Buczkowski cast him in the film Przerwany lot (Aborted Flight). While working in Warsaw Belyavsky learned the Polish language and later appeared in five more Polish films, including the popular TV wartime thriller series The Four Tankmen and a Dog (as a Soviet captain Pavlov). In 1964 he left the Satire Theatre but never severed ties with its troupe, having become the co-director (with Georgy Zelinsky) and the first presenter of the popular TV series 13 Chairs Tavern. It was Belyavsky who came up with the idea of staging a satirical TV series ridiculing a good-for-nothing 'firm' (apparently based in Poland), members of which meet at the tavern to discuss their (highly ridiculous) problems and perform Polish (later West European) pop songs in a karaoke-style.In 1964 Belyavsky joined the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Theatre, then moved in 1966 to the Theatre-Studio of a Cinema Actor. All in all he appeared in more than one hundred films (working in Poland, East Germany, North Korea, Finland, France, Chekhoslovakia, United States), one of his best-known roles being that of villainous Fox in Stanislav Govorukhin's The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed (1979). In the 1990s Belyavsky hosted several TV shows; he played Leonid Brezhnev in Igor Gostev's Grey Wolves (1993). In 1999 he returned to the theatre and in 2003 was awarded the title of The People's Artist of Russia. In December 2003, Alexander Belyavsky suffered a stroke which left him incapacitated. On September 8, 2012, he was found on the ground by the house where he lived, having fallen, apparently, from the staircase window between the 5th and the 6th floor of the house he lived in. The initial police reports implied it was suicide; later it was suggested the fall might have been accidental. Alexander Belyavsky was buried in Kuzminskoye Cemetery in Moscow.

Filmes e Séries de TV

2008.

1 Filme

2007.

1 Filme

2004.

1 Filme

2002.

2 Filmes

2001.

1 Filme

2000.

2 Filmes

1993.

3 Filmes

1992.

2 Filmes

1991.

2 Filmes

1989.

3 Filmes

1986.

2 Filmes

1985.

1 Filme

1984.

2 Filmes

1983.

1 Filme

1981.

1 Filme

1980.

3 Filmes

1979.

2 Filmes · 1 Série de TV

1978.

3 Filmes

1977.

2 Filmes

1976.

1 Filme

1975.

3 Filmes

1974.

2 Filmes

1973.

2 Filmes

1972.

1 Filme

1968.

2 Filmes

1967.

2 Filmes

1965.

1 Filme

1964.

1 Filme

1963.

2 Filmes

1962.

2 Filmes

1961.

1 Filme

1960.

1 Filme

1957.

1 Filme
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