Boris Leskin

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Boris Leskin
Born Boris Vulfovich Leskin (Борис Вульфович Лёскин)
(1923-01-05) 5 January 1923 (age 94)[1]
Other names Boris Lyoskin
Occupation Actor
Years active 1953 — present

Boris Leskin (born January 5, 1923, Chişinău, Bessarabia, Romania) is a Soviet and American film and theater actor.


Born on January 5, 1923.

In 1937 his father was arrested and executed.

During the Great Patriotic War - the sapper at the front, was wounded. He was awarded the Order of the Red Star and medals.[2][3]

In 1952 he graduated from the Ostrovsky Leningrad Theatre Institute (Leonid Makaryev course).

In 1951–1980 years - an actor Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater.[4]

Since 1980 - the United States, was an actor of theater in New York City. Included on the nomination committee for Oscar.[2]

In 2011, director Eduard Staroselsky documentary about Boris Leskin "Bob has been removed. Minesweeper Bolshoi Drama" (with Sergei Yursky).[5]



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