Serhiy Prytula

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Serhiy Prytula

Serhiy Prytula (Ukrainian: Сергій Дмитрович Притула, Serhiy Dmytrovych Prytula; 22 June 1981 Zbarazh, Ternopil oblast) is a Ukrainian TV presenter, actor, author and co-producer of the folk sketch show "Faina Yukraina" (eng. "Great Ukraine"), host of the morning show of "Pidyom" (eng. "Wake up!") and the talent-show "Ukraine Does not Believe in Tears" on Novyi Kanal.


Serhiy was born June 22, 1981 in the city of Zbarazh, Ternopil oblast.

In 1997, he took the 2nd place in Ukraine for the defense of scientific works of the Small Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Sergiy graduated from school with a gold medal and entered the Ternopil Academy of National Economy (now Ternopil National Economic University).

During his studying at the academy, Sergiy was an active participant of a number of youth organizations. Together with an affinity group, Sergiy established an informal union of "Artists".


In 1998, Serhiy passed the casting for the position of a broadcaster and in January 1999 he appeared on air of "Radio Ternopil 106.1 FM" under the nickname "Siryi" - "Grey".[1] In 1999, Serhiy paid for a studying course in one of London's colleges and passed the first exam session externally. In 2000-2001, he studied in London.

Disappointed with studying, Serhiy started working. He went through all the stages while working in London: from the builder and loader to the waiter and cook's helper.[1]

Returning to Ternopil, he occupied the position of Student Dean of the Institute, and resumed the work on "Radio Ternopil".[1]

Comedy Club Ukraine[edit]

In 2006-2009, Serhiy was the resident of "Comedy Club", the participant of weekly parties and TV versions.[1] In "Comedy Club Ukraine", he cultivated a sarcastic image, by sharply addressing Ukrainian celebrities.