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Karachentsov in his forties.
|Born||Nikolai Petrovich Karachentsov
October 27, 1944
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Occupation||Stage and film actor|
|Awards||People's Artist of the RSFSR (1989)|
Nikolai Petrovich Karachentsov (Russian: Николай Петрович Караченцов, b. October 27, 1944, Moscow, Russia) is a Soviet/Russian cinema star, stage actor (Lenkom Theatre), and People's Artist of the RSFSR (1989).
- The Twelve Chairs
- The Witches Cave as Jean, the cosmolinguist
- The Adventures of the Electronic as Urrie
- The Cat Who Walked by Herself
- A Man from the Boulevard des Capuchines as Billy King
- Moonzund as Von Knupfer
- The Trust That Has Burst as Jeff Peters
- Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson as Jefferson Hope
- Errors of Youth
- Juno and Avos (rock opera also published as a TV film) as Nikolay Rezanov
- Dog in Boots as Gascon Dog (voice) 
On February 28th, 2005, Karachentsov was driving to Moscow in a hurry after finding out about the death of his mother-in-law. Due to his hurry, he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a street light pole, suffering a traumatic brain injury. After a month-long coma, he began regaining motor skills, finally being able to get up onto a stage and talk to an audience in 2007.
He is still severely disabled.
- "Russian animation in letters and figures. Movies. Dog in Boots" [Российская анимация в буквах и фигурах. Фильмы. «Пес в сапогах»] (in Russian). Animator.ru. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
- Nikolai Karachentsov at the Internet Movie Database
- Official website of Nikolai Karachentsov
- (Russian) Nikolai Karachentsov profile on Lenkom website
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