Aleksandr Domogarov

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Aleksandr Domogarov
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Alexander Domogarov in the cinema in 2009.
Born Aleksandr Yurievich Domogarov
(1963-07-12) 12 July 1963 (age 53)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
Occupation Actor, TV presenter
Years active 1984–present
Website Official website

Aleksandr Yurievich Domogarov PAR.[1] (Russian: Алекса́ндр Ю́рьевич Домога́ров, born 12 July 1963) is a Soviet and Russian theater actor, TV presenter, Russian chanson singer, People's Artist of Russia (2007), actor known for playing historical roles.

Biography[edit]

Aleksandr Domogarov was born in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (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.

Awards[edit]

  • 1997 - Seagull Award for Best Actor 1996-1997 theater season of the year for his role in the play of Georges Duroy Bel Ami.
  • 2000 - Honored Artist of Russia[2]
  • 2007 - People's Artist of Russia

Personal life[edit]

  • The first wife Natalia Sagoyan
    • Son Dmitry (January 7, 1985 - 7 June 2008), was killed in an accident [3]
  • The second wife - Irina Gunenkova
    • Son Alexander Domogarov Jr., actor, was born on February 7, 1989
  • Aleksandr Domogarov married actress Natalia Gromushkina in 2001 but was divorced from her in 2005.

Filmography[edit]

Aleksandr Domogarov has starred in over 92 films

Year Title Role Notes
1984 Nasledstvo Slava
1985 Likha beda nachalo Anton
1986 Mikhail Lomonosov Alexander Sumarokov Mini-series
1987 Assa (film) Alexander I
1988 My husband and daughter Tamara classmates Fedi
1989 The visit of the ladies Khobi TV Movie
1990 Do - again! Gosha, sergeant
1991 Blood for blood Bubus
1992 Midshipmen — III Pavel Gorin
1993 If you like to know ... Vasily Solenyy, officer
1993 Revenge of jester
1994 Mercy Cross Andrey TV Series
1996-97 Queen Margot Count de Bussy TV series
1997 Countess de Monsoreau Count de Bussy TV series
1996 White Dance Nikita, a successful businessman
1999 With Fire and Sword Jurko Bohun
1999 Na koniec swiata Wiktor
2000 Dykaren Viktor
2000 The game on the flight Nikolay
2000-01 Gangster Petersburg. 1. Baron, 2. Counsel, 3. The collapse of Antibiotic Andrey Seregin Mini-Series
2001 Turkish March Alexander Turetsky TV Movie
2002 I - doll Viktor Vorobyov, spetsnaz
2003 Why do you have an alibi? Igor TV Movie
2003 The Idiot (TV series) Evgeniy Radomskiy TV series
2003 Gangster Petersburg. 4. The prisoner, 5. Oper, 6. Journalist Andrey Seregin Mini-Series
2004 Uzkiy most Anatoliy Gladyrev Mini-series
2004 Honeymoon Andrey Mini-series
2004-05 Fala zbrodni Siergiej - Mafia Boss TV Series
2005 Tyomny Instinct TV Series
2005 Lost the Sun Anton Chelyshev Mini-series
2005 Female Novel Oleg TV Series
2005 Star of the era Konstantin Simonov, poet Mini-series
2006 Satisfaction Alexander Shulenin Mini-series
2006 Count of Montenegro Mikhail Miloradovich
2006 Wolfhound (2006 film) Vinitarly
2007 Indie Arseni
2007 Gloss Misha Klimenko
2008 White night, sweet night Pavel Vlasov, a businessman
2009 Tsar (film) Aleksei Basmanov
2009 If our fate Alexander Vlasov, the famous artist TV Series
2010 The legend of the flying Cyprian Valent
2010 Senior wife Max
2011 Pilot International Airlines Alexander Stepanov Mini-series
2011 On the sunny side of the street Yuriy Kondratevich TV Series
2011 Dostoevsky Alexander Issaïev Mini-series
2011 Battle of Warsaw 1920 Kryshkin
2011 Secrets of Palace Revolutions Linar TV Series
2012 Zonnentau Harald Somerset TV Series
2012 Marina Grove Troshin TV Series
2012 Face of Another Stavinsky TV Series
2012-13 Krew z krwi Anton TV Series
2013 Weekend Prefect Ivan
2013 Kill Stalin Ivan Berezhnaya, the captain of the NKVD Mini-series
2014 Marina Grove - 2 Troshin TV Series
2015 Pennsylvania

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