|Born||Aleksei Yevgenyevich Kravchenko
October 10, 1969
Podolsk, Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Spouse(s)||Alisa Kravchenko (divorced)
Aleksei Yevgenyevich Kravchenko (Russian: Алексе́й Евге́ньевич Кра́вченко; born October 10, 1969) is a Russian actor known for his role in the 1985 film Come and See as a young boy in the resistance army.
Aleksei Kravchenko was born in Podolsk near Moscow. In 1985 he made his debut in the film "Come and See" directed by Elim Klimov. He was 14 when filming started. After graduating from vocational school he served in the Navy.
In 2007 he was accepted into the troupe of the Moscow Art Theatre. "Guarana" group founder and leader. The music in "Guarana" performance was played in the series "Russian special forces".
He is also the founder and leader of the Guarana group.
Aleksei was married to Alisa Kravchenko; they divorced in 2006. Currently he is married to actress Nadezhda Borisova.
|1985||Come and See||Flyora (Florian) Gaishun|
|2000||The Christmas Miracle||Maxim|
|2002||The Star||sergeant Anikanov|
|2002||Spetsnaz||Captain 'Doc' Vladimir Vyazemsky||TV miniseries|
|2003||Spetsnaz 2||Captain 'Doc' Vladimir Vyazemsky||TV miniseries|
|2005||The 9th Company||Captain Bystrov|
|2005||The Fall of the Empire||captain Rysin||TV series|
|2006||Yeralash||Issue number 198 (Fell, squeeze!)|
|2007||Attack on Leningrad||TV series|
|2009||Bros||Makar Krylov||TV series|
|2009||High Security Vacation||Sergei Gagarin|
|2010||Iron Lord / Ярослав. Тысячу лет назад||Harald|
|2010||Bros - 2||Makar Krylov||TV series|
|2011||Brothers||Konstantin Starostin, Major MUR||TV series|
|2011||Steep banks||Andrey Belyaev||TV series|
|2012||Bros - 3||Makar Krylov||TV series|
|2013||Pyotr Leshchenko. All that has gone before...||Sergey Nikolayevich Burenin||TV miniseries|
|2013||Bros - 4||Makar Krylov||TV series|
|2013||Double blues||Igor Krutitsky||TV miniseries|
|2014||Men's holidays||Yuriy Popov||TV series|
|2014||I'm not afraid anymore||Igor Koltsov||TV series|
|2016||Santa Claus. Battle Mages|
|2017||Paternal coast||TV series|
- 2001–Triumph Award
- 2003–Government award in the area of literature and art for his role in the film The Star.
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