Anton Shagin

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Anton Shagin
Anton Shagin, Madách International Theatre Meeting (8).JPG
Anton Shagin theater
Born Anton Aleksandrovich Gorshkov (Shagin)
(1984-04-02) 2 April 1984 (age 32)
Kimry, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actor
Years active 2007–present
Awards Premiya Pravitelstva RF.jpg

Anton Alexandrovich Shagin (Russian: Анто́н Алекса́ндрович Ша́гин, born 2 April 1984) is a Russian actor of theater, most famous for his role as Mels in Hipsters.[1]

Anton Shagin and Era Ziganshina- MITEM 2014
Anton Shagin and Maria Lugovaya


Anton Shagin was born in Kimry Tver Oblast. He spent his childhood in Karachev, Bryansk Oblast. Before attending school, he bore the name of Anton Gorshkov (Shagin - the surname of his stepfather). When Anton was 14 years old, his mother died. After 9th grade he went to study at a vocational school to be a locksmith. He participated in the initiative. After graduating from vocational school, he worked for one year, went to Moscow to enroll in the Moscow Art Theater School. He entered the first time.

In 2006 he graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (course of I. Zolotovitsky and S. Zemtsov).

Winner of the Theatre Award "Golden Leaf" in 2006 for Best Actor in the play Do not part with your beloved in the Moscow Art Theater School.

Personal life[edit]

He is married to classmate Veronika Isayeva. Their children are son Matvey (b. 2008), and daughter Polina (b. 2014).

Roles in theater[edit]

Lenkom Theatre

Moscow Art Theatre Chekhov

  • "Do not part with your beloved" Volodin - Mitya

Russian Academic Youth Theatre

Other theaters

  • "Valentine's Day". Director: Victor Ryzhakov - Valentin (TC Strastnoy)
  • "July". Director: Victor Ryzhakov - the role of three sons of a maniac (Theater "Practice")
  • "Love of the Stanislavsky system." Director: Mikheil Kazakov - Alex (youngest son) (PM Innovation)
  • "Liturgy ZERO» Director: Valery Fokin - the role of Alexei Ivanovich (Alexandrinsky Theater in St. Petersburg)


film Hipsters
  • 2007 Vices as Krot
  • 2008 Hipsters as Mels
  • 2010 Hide! as Slava
  • 2010 Kiss through the wall as Kesha
  • 2010 No men
  • 2010 To the touch as Gleb
  • 2010 Moscow fireworks as Semen
  • 2011 On Saturday as Valery Kabysh, Komsomol worker
  • 2011 loafers as Solovey
  • 2011 The Cherry Orchard (TV) as Ermolai Alexeyevich Lopaxhin
  • 2014 Kuprin. Yama (miniseries) as Pyotr
  • 2014 Sex, coffee, cigarettes
  • 2015 Security as Vitaliy
  • 2015 Anka with Moldavanka (TV series) as Arkadiy Sotnikov
  • 2016 Friday as Vitaliy Belov
  • 2016 Versus as Shark


Zero Liturgy: access: 2014.03.27

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