Sergey Bezrukov

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Sergey Bezrukov
Narodny artist the Russian Federation Sergei Bezrukov and Russian President Medvedev.jpg
Born Sergey Vitalyevich Bezrukov
(1973-10-18) October 18, 1973 (age 41)
Moscow, Russia, USSR
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Irina Bezrukova
Awards People's Artist of Russia
Meritorious Artist of Russia

Sergey Vitalyevich Bezrukov PAR (Russian: Серге́й Вита́льевич Безру́ков, born October 18, 1973) is a Russian screen and stage actor, People's Artist of Russia, the laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation. He currently works at Tabakov Studio (the theatre of Oleg Tabakov).[1]

Sergey Bezrukov is the son of Vitali Bezrukov, who is also an actor. He graduated from Moscow Art Theatre and made his cinema debut in Nocturne for Drum and Motorcycle. Since 1994 he has played a wide range of characters, such as Ivan Brilling in Azazel, Irakliy in The Irony of Fate 2, Kappel in Admiral, and most recently Sumarokov in The Strict Routine Vacations.[2] His notable roles in Russian miniseries include starring as Sasha Belov in Brigada, Yeshua Ha-Nozri in The Master and Margarita, Sergei Yesenin in Yesenin and Vladimir Vysotsky in Vysotsky. Thank You For Being Alive. He voiced the title character of Prince Vladimir animated film and several characters in the Kukly series. He is also known for his theatre role of Chichikov in Dead Souls (which won the Moskovskij Komsomolets' award). In 2006, he portrayed Alexander Pushkin, revered as the Russian language's greatest poet, in Pushkin: The Last Duel. According to the survey of ROMIR Monitoring, in Russia he was called the favourite actor of 2005.[3] He portrayed General Kappel in the 2008 biopic Admiral.

He is married to a fellow actor Irina Bezrukova (née Livanova).

In March 2014 he signed a letter in support of the position of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin on Russia's military intervention in Ukraine.[4]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 The Ballad of Uhlans
2011 Vysotsky. Thank You For Being Alive
2008 Admiral general Kappel
2007 The Irony of Fate 2
2006 Prince Vladimir voice
2000 Rytsarskiy roman
Year Title Role Notes
2011 Black Wolves
2005 The Master and Margarita
2002 Brigada


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