Ivan Dobronravov

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Ivan Dobronravov
Born Ivan Fyodorovich Dobronravov
(1989-07-02) 2 July 1989 (age 28)
Voronezh, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001–present
Parent(s) Fyodor Dobronravov
Irina Dobronravova

Ivan Fyodorovich Dobronravov (Russian: Иван Фёдорович Добронравов; born 2 July 1989) is a Russian actor best known for his lead role in the 2003 film Vozvrashcheniye (English title The Return).[1]

Biography[edit]

Ivan Dobronravov was born in Voronezh, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Shchukin School Student (course Yu Nifontova).

Following the release of the film Andrey Zvyagintsev's "The Return" received five awards the Venice Film Festival, including the "Golden Lion", about the character of Ivan Dobronravova I wrote that this "stubborn chubby men will inhabit." In the picture Svetlana Proskurina "The Truce" the actor created a different way, "Egor - soft eyes lad Bartholomew. A good, naive and trusting as a child".

In 2010, Ivan Dobronravov won the Open Russian Film Festival "Kinotavr" in the category "Best Actor" (the film "The Truce").

Personal life[edit]

His father, Fyodor Dobronravov, is a People's Artist of Russia, and his elder brother Viktor Dobronravov is also an actor.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2003 The Return Ivan
2009 Crush
2010 Burnt by the Sun 2: Exodus Ranenyy soldat (uncredited)
2010 The Truce Egor Matveyev
2011 Home (2011 film) Andrey Shamanov
2012 Judas Matvey
2012 Moms segment "Parashut"
2013 Gagarin: First in Space Boris Volynov
2016 A man from the future

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
2001 Searchers Beniamin Grushin
2002 Taiga. Survival Course Maksim
2006 Kadetstvo Cadet Andrei Levakov
2010 Matchmakers 4 policeman to detain Ivan
2011 Yalta 45 Ryabets ("Ryabchik"), shoe shiner, a thug-saboteur
2012 Champion of the gate Bodya
2012 Roots Mikhail Bondarev
2013 The Passion of Chapala Nikonov
2013 Love in a million Oleg Shishkin
2014 Mazes of Fate Pasha
2014 Catherine Pimen
2015 The Method (TV series) Pavlik Tolkachev

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