Bohdan Stupka

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Bohdan Stupka
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Bohdan Stupka in 2009
Born
Bohdan Sylvestrovych Stupka

(1941-08-27)27 August 1941
Died22 July 2012(2012-07-22) (aged 70)[1]
OccupationActor
Years active1961-2012
Spouse(s)Larysa
AwardsHero of Ukraine

Bohdan Sylvestrovych Stupka (Ukrainian: Богдан Сильвестрович Ступка; 27 August 1941 – 22 July 2012) was a popular Ukrainian actor and the minister of culture of Ukraine.[2][3] He was born in Kulykiv, General Government to Ukrainian parents. In 2001 he was a member of the jury at the 23rd Moscow International Film Festival.[4] At the 26th Moscow International Film Festival he won the award for Best Actor for his role in Our Own.[5]

Stupka has played more than a hundred roles in films and over fifty in theaters. Stupka has been awarded the title Artist of Ukraine and People's Artist of the USSR.[6] Hero of Ukraine (The Order of the State) (2011).

Bohdan Stupka was buried on Baikove Cemetery in Kyiv.

His son Ostap Stupka is also an actor.[7]

Awards[edit]

 Kyiv Pektoral Award in the category "Best Male Role", play by Irena Kowal: ("The Lion and the Lioness") (2001)

Selected filmography[edit]

  • 1971: White Bird with Black Mark (Ukrainian SSR) - Orest
  • 1971: Ozareniye - Yuriy Morozenko
  • 1972: Contrary to Everything (Ukrainian SSR/Yugoslavia)
  • 1973: The Last Day - Valera
  • 1973: Naperekor vsemu - Simeon
  • 1973: Novoselye - Danko
  • 1975: Waves of the Black Sea (Ukrainian SSR) - Troyan
  • 1977: The Right for Love (Ukrainian SSR) - Yakov
  • 1979: Zabud'te slovo 'smert'
  • 1980: Dudaryky (Ukrainian SSR) - Leontovich
  • 1980: Inache nelzya
  • 1981: Ot Buga do Visly - Conjurer
  • 1982: Tayny svyatogo Yura
  • 1983: Whirlpool (Ukrainian SSR)
  • 1984: Vsyo nachinayetsya s lyubvi - Antonyuk
  • 1984: Stolen Happiness (Ukrainian SSR)
  • 1985: Zhenikhi
  • 1986: Schastliv, kto lyubil
  • 1987: Danylo - kniaz of Halychyna (Ukrainian SSR) - Sudich
  • 1988: 'Stone Soul (Ukrainian SSR) - Sergey Muratov
  • 1988: Generalnaya repetitsiya
  • 1990: Nyne proslavisya syn chelovecheskiy - Arkhierey (Pavel)
  • 1991: Kremlevskiye tayni XVI veka - Boris Godunov
  • 1991: Sin (Ukraine)
  • 1992: Radi semeynogo ochaga
  • 1992: Gospodi, prosti nas, greshnykh
  • 1992: Chotyry lysty fanery - Polkovnyk
  • 1992: Four Sheets of Plywood (Ukraine)
  • 1992: Taras Shevchenko. Testament (Ukraine)
  • 1993: The Gray Wolves - V.E. Semichastnyj
  • 1993: Fuchzhou (Ukraine)
  • 1993: Doroga v ray
  • 1993: The Road to Paradise (Russia/Germany)
  • 1993: Trap (TV Series) (Ukraine)
  • 1995: Odinokiy igrok
  • 1995: Gelli i Nok
  • 1996: Judenkreis, or Eternal Wheel (Ukraine)
  • 1999: With Fire and Sword (Poland) - Bohdan Chmielnicki
  • 1999: East/West (Bulgaria/France/Russia/Spain/Ukraine) - Colonel Boyko
  • 1999: Chinese Service - Lapsin
  • 2002: A Prayer for Hetman Mazepa (Ukraine) - Hetman Mazepa
  • 2003: An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God (Poland) - Popiel
  • 2004: Our Own (Russia) - Old Man
  • 2004: A Driver for Vera (Ukraine/Russia) - General Serov
  • 2005: Stealing Tarantino (TV Mini-Series) (Russia) - Feliks Dobrzhansky
  • 2006: Strange Christmas (Ukraine) - Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
  • 2007: Two in One (Russia) - Segment 2 - Andrei / father
  • 2007: Troe i Snezhinka - Andrew's Father
  • 2007: The Russian Triangle (Georgia)
  • 2007: 1814 (Russia)
  • 2008: Sappho (Summer Lover) (Ukraine) - Professor Orlov
  • 2008: Alexander (Russia) - Knyaz Yaroslav
  • 2008: Serce na dloni - Konstanty
  • 2009: Taras Bulba (Russia) - Taras Bulba
  • 2009: Insayt - Old Man
  • 2010: Chantrapas (Georgia) - L'ambassadeur
  • 2010: Ivanov - Pavel Kirillyich Lebedev
  • 2010: Platon Anhel (TV Movie) (Ukraine)
  • 2011: Brothel Lights - Zaslavsky
  • 2011: Home (Russia) - Grigory Ivanovich Shamanov
  • 2011: Ottorzhenie - Ivan Pavlovich
  • 2013: Podporuchik Romashov
  • 2015: 12 mesyatsev. Novaya skazka - Dekabr (final film role)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Помер Богдан Ступка". Retrieved 2012-07-22.
  2. ^ "Богдан Ступка - актер". Encyclopedia of Russian Cinema. Archived from the original on 2018-02-02. Retrieved 2018-02-02.
  3. ^ "Богдан Ступка". Russia-1.
  4. ^ "23rd Moscow International Film Festival (2001)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 2013-03-28. Retrieved 2013-03-29.
  5. ^ "26th Moscow International Film Festival (2004)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 2013-04-03. Retrieved 2013-04-07.
  6. ^ Government allocates Hr 550,000 for medical treatment of actor Stupka, Kyiv Post (February 8, 2011)
  7. ^ Korolevska recruits acting, sports stars for campaign, Kyiv Post (Aug. 2, 2012)
  8. ^ "2004". Golden Aries Award.
  9. ^ a b c "От бандеровца до Тараса Бульбы: 5 кинообразов Богдана Ступки". RIA Novosti.
  10. ^ Igor Kozlov. "Богдан ступка получил премию "золотой орел" за роль в фильме "водитель для веры"". fakty.ua.
  11. ^ ""Елена" Звягинцева получила главного "Золотого орла"". Lenta.ru.

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