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Aleksandr Domogarov was born in 1963 in Moscow, USSR (now Russia). He went to school from 1970 to 1980 and was planning to become an engineer. However he soon discovered it was not his profession and went into the Maly Theatre school. He started to participate in many plays including Macbeth, but his greatest stage success came with the role of Vaslav Nijinsky in Nijinsky, Clown of God.
In 1984 Aleksandr Domogarov played in the Russian film Inheritance. He continued to play in the Mossovet Theatre. In 1988 he gained public attention when he starred as czar Alexander I in the film Assa. He continued to star in other films and in 1998 appeared in the TV series The Countess of Montsoreau as Count de Bussy. This led to his role as Bohun in With Fire and Sword (1999).
He then went on to star in the criminal TV series Turetsky's March (2000) and Bandit Petersburg (2000). n 2002 he was the host of the Russian version of the TV show Survivor. He appeared in the TV adaptations of The Idiot and Master and Margarita (2005).
Since April 2005, Domogarov has been the lead in an open-ended run of Jekyll and Hyde at the Mossovet Theater. The Russian production of Jekyll and Hyde is titled "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", is much more scary and has very different arrangements of songs.
He then returned to Bandit Petersburg but this time playing a different role. In 2005 he starred in the film The One Who Lost the Sun. He also starred in the TV series Woman's Romance. In 2006 he played in the film The Wolfhound.