Aleksandr Galibin

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Aleksandr Galibin
Aleksandr Galibin 1.jpg
Born Alexander Vladimirovich Galibin
(1955-09-27) 27 September 1955 (age 62)
Leningrad, RSFSR, USSR
Alma mater Komissarjevsky Theatre
Liteiny Theatre
Novosibirsk Globus Theatre
Alexandrinsky Theatre
Moscow Drama Theater. Stanislavsky
School of Modern Drama
Occupation Actor, theatre director, television presenter
Years active 1976
Awards Narodniy artist.jpg Honoured Artist of RSFSR medal.jpg

Alexander Vladimirovich Galibin (Russian: Александр Владимирович Галибин, born 27 September 1955).[1] is a Soviet and Russian actor noted for playing the Master in the miniseries The Master and Margarita (2005).[2]

His acting career spans over three decades and includes such memorable roles as Tsar Nicholas II in Gleb Panfilov's The Romanovs: A Crowned Family (2000).

Biography[edit]

Alexander Galibin was born in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. He first started his acting career as a theater actor at the Theater of Youth Creativity directed by Matvey Dubrovin. From 1973 to 1977, he studied acting at the Faculty of LGITMiK. His film debut was in the 1976 film I drugie ofitsialnye litsa.

From 1977 to 1979 – Actor the Komissarjevsky Theatre. He played in the performances: "The Legend of the dunce's hat" (King Philip), "Five Evenings" (Glory), "Bumbarash" (Lyovka), "Tsar Boris" (the shadow of Tsarevich Dmitry, Chechen, Fyodor Godunov), "Ten unopened letters" (builders of BAM) and others.

Galibin and Serbian screenwriter and writer Dejan Stojiljković during the filming of Serbian TV Series "Shadows over Balkans" in 2017. Galibin played General Pyotr Vrangel.

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