Dmitry Nagiyev

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Dmitry Nagiev
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Born
Dmitry Vladimirovich Nagiev

(1967-04-04) 4 April 1967 (age 52)
NationalityRussian
OccupationActor, TV presenter, radio host, singer
Years active1990–present

Dmitry Vladimirovich Nagiev (Russian: Дмитрий Владимирович Нагиев, born April 4, 1967 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian actor, TV-host, musician, showman and radio host. In 1991, graduated from the Leningrad State Institute Of Theater, Music And Cinematography.

Early life[edit]

Dmitry Nagiyev's ancestors moved to Turkmenistan from Iran after World War I.[1] On the way to a foreign country they were all starved, including Dmitry's grandfather, who was 9 years old.[2][3] Dmitry often quotes his grandfather in his television programs and attributes to him funny quotes when he jokes. Dmitry engaged in Sambo and sport gymnastics in school. He received the title of Junior Champion of the USSR Championships in the 1980s. After graduating from the Electrotechnical Institute Im. Ulyanov in 1989, he served in the army (air defense forces). He returned from the army with a broken nose, ribs and a problem with a nerve. As a result, the upper right side of his face was paralyzed – an accident which has given Nagiyev squint of an eye. He uses it in comedic scenes.

Career[edit]

After graduating from Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in 1991, he worked in the theater "Vremya", then was leading to "Radio-Modern" and 4 times voted the best radio broadcaster of the country.[4] Also he was disc jockey at clubs and showman on competitions of beauty. In 1997, Dmitry created author show in St. Petersburg dancing hall "Continent”. He showed theater makeup rooms and organized a comic auctions with various artists. In 1997, he got the first main role in film “Purgatory”.

Filmography[edit]

  • 1990: The Executioner
  • 1995: Bullet to Beijing
  • 1996 / 1998: Look Out! Modern!
  • 1997: Purgatory
  • 2000: Kamenskaya
  • 2000: Nadezhda's House
  • 2001: Look Out! Modern 2
  • 2001: Mole
  • 2002 / 2005: Okna
  • 2002: The Destructive Power
  • 2002: Mole 2
  • 2002: Camera! Action!
  • 2003: Kamenskaya 3
  • 2003: Russian Special Forces
  • 2003: The Game Without Rules
  • 2003: Upside Down
  • 2004: Russian Special Forces 2
  • 2004: Yeralash
  • 2005: Ali Baba
  • 2005: Kamenskaya 4
  • 2005: The Master and Margarita (TV)
  • 2005: Hunting Wapiti
  • 2005: The Fight Without Rules
  • 2005: Balzac Age, Or All The Men Are Bastards
  • 2005: The New Year Killer
  • 2006: Weaknesses Of A Strong Woman
  • 2006: Sonya The Golden Hand
  • 2007: On The Way To The Heart
  • 2007: Kilometer Zero
  • 2007: Paradox
  • 2007: The Fatal Likeness
  • 2007: The Rock-Climber And The Last Of The 7th Lullaby
  • 2008: The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin
  • 2008: The Best Movie
  • 2008: Happy Together (TV)
  • 2008: The Traffic Police etc.
  • 2008: The Women's League
  • 2009: The Simpletons: Episode One
  • 2009: The Best Movie 2
  • 2009: Katya
  • 2009: The City Of Seductions
  • 2009: The Last Wagon
  • 2009: If Ifs And Ans Were Pots And Pans
  • 2009: Savva Morozov
  • 2009: The Russian Cross
  • 2010: The Husband Of My Widow
  • 2010: Robinzon The Woman
  • 2010: The Frozen Despatches
  • 2010: The Capital Of Sin
  • 2011: Two Pistols
  • 2011: To Run
  • 2011: The Rules Of The Masquerade
  • 2011: Mayakovsky. Two Days
  • 2011: The International Airlines Pilot
  • 2011: Kamenskaya 6
  • 2012 / 2016: Kitchen (TV)
  • 2012: The Jah's Territory
  • 2012: The Guaranteed Male
  • 2012: The Snow Queen
  • 2013: What Men Up To
  • 2013: The Courier From The Paradise
  • 2013: The Polar Trip
  • 2013 / 2016: Two Fathers, Two Sons (TV)
  • 2014: The Shell-Shocked
  • 2014 / 2017: The PE teacher[5]
  • 2014: The Kitchen In Paris
  • 2015: The Cage
  • 2015: Horoscope for good luck
  • 2015: Only with the left hand
  • 2015: The Very Best Day
  • 2016: Smeshariki. The legend of the Golden dragon
  • 2017: Kitchen. The Last Battle
  • 2017: Yolki 6
  • 2018: Unforgiven
  • 2018: Fur-trees Last

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iranian roots Nagiev's". Nagiev.Ru.
  2. ^ «Газета по-Киевски» — «Этот наглый Нагиев» | Официальный сайт Дмитрия Нагиева
  3. ^ TOMSK.FM: Дмитрий Нагиев о деде-ветеране. Сводки с личного фронта
  4. ^ Дмитрий Нагиев: «Я патриот, далекий от пьяных криков Россия, вперед!»
  5. ^ Дмитрий Нагиев возглавил рейтинг самых обеспеченных российских актеров по версии Forbes