Baadur Tsuladze

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Baadur Tsuladze
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Born Baadur Sokratovich Tsuladze
(1935-03-05)March 5, 1935
Batumi, Soviet Union
Died May 13, 2018(2018-05-13) (aged 83)
Tbilisi, Georgia
Occupation actor
film director
screenwriter
theater teacher
Years active 1954-2018

Baadur Tsuladze (Georgian: ბაადურ წულაძე; 5 March, 1935 – 13 May 2018)[1] was a Georgian actor, film director, writer and broadcaster. Honored Artist of the Georgian SSR (1979).[2]

Biography[edit]

In 1961 he graduated from the Directing Department of VGIK (workshop of Alexander Dovzhenko and Mikheil Chiaureli). Actor and director of the film studio Kartuli Pilmi.[2] He worked as the director of dubbing. President of the Screen Actors Guild of Georgia, Member of the Board of the Union of Cinematographers of Georgia. She teaches acting at the Institute of Theatre and Cinema of Shota Rustaveli.[3]

Baadur Tsuladze was a former presenter of culinary transmission on Georgian TV.

Death[edit]

He died on May 13, 2018 in Tbilisi[4]. Tsuladze never married and had no children.

Selected filmography[5][edit]

as actor
as director
  • 1962 — Three Songs
  • 1965 — Nagrada
  • 1970 — Feola
  • 1972 — Gladiator
  • 1975 — Waltz on Mtatsminda
  • 1978 — Break
  • 1980 — Good Luck
  • 1982 — For Lovers To Solve Crosswords
  • 1986 — Our Тurn, Guys!
as screenwriter
  • 1982 — For Lovers To Solve Crosswords

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