Anton Ostrovsky

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Anton KLIN Ostrovsky
Born Anton Ostrovsky
1982
Novocherkassk, Rostov Oblast, USSR (now Russia)
Occupation Actor
Awards Nominated for Ophir priza as Best Supporting Actor in 2009 for his role in The Loners

Anton 'Klin' Ostrovsky (Hebrew: אנטון "קלין" אוסטרובסקי‎; born in 6.6.1982) is an Israeli actor and rap singer.

Biography[edit]

Anton was born in Novocherkassk, Rostov Oblast, USSR (now Russia) in 1982 as the eldest son.

He visited Israel at age 14 in one of the frames of the Jewish Agency for Israel. In 1997, his family immigrated to Israel and lived in Ma'aleh Adumim.

When he was exempted from the army on desire discrepancy, he moved to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv where he designed performance stages.[when?]

He is founder of the rap group, "Sadyle" in 2003 and "Tel-Aviv Hardcore" in 2012

Filmography[edit]

Cinema[edit]

  • 2011: Central Station as Andrei
  • 2011: Question Signs
  • 2011: Barriers (short movie) as Alex
  • 2009: Warning
  • 2007: The Loners as Sacha Blokhin

Television[edit]

  • 2012: Merkaz as David
  • 2012: The Gordin Cell as Witzosky
  • 2010: Blue Natalie as Boris
  • 2005: Mummy! as Dima

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