Mamuka Kikaleishvili

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Mamuka Kikaleishvili
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Born Mamuka Andreyevich Kikaleishvili
(1960-08-10)August 10, 1960
Tbilisi, Georgia
Died May 3, 2000(2000-05-03) (aged 39)
Moscow, Russia
Years active 1981-2000
Spouse(s) Tatyana[1]

Mamuka Kikaleishvili (Georgian: მამუკა კიკალეიშვილი, Russian: Мамука́ Андре́евич Кикалейшви́ли; August 10, 1960 – May 3, 2000 [2] was a Georgian actor and film director.[3]

Born in Tbilisi in 1960, he graduated from Tbilisi Theatre Institute (1981) and worked for Marjanishvili National Academic Drama Theatre until 1984. In 1984, he was employed by the Georgia Film studio. Throughout his career, Mamuka Kikaleishvili performed in leading and secondary roles in a number of films produced in USSR, Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. At the 1988 international festival in Gabrovo, Bulgaria, he won a prize for the best comedy actor. In 1992, he made his debut as a director and co-directed Fallen Angel (Georgia) with Levon Uzunian.

Later in his life, he worked for the Georgian Embassy in Moscow where he died in 2000.[4]

Filmography[edit]

  • Old Hags (Starye Klyachi) - Russia, 2000
  • Instead of Me (Vmesto Menya) - Russia, 2000
  • The Princess on a Bean (Princessa na bobakh) - Ukraine, 1997.
  • Cafe in Lemon (Kafe V'Limon)
  • Weather Is Good on Deribasovskaya, It Rains Again on Brighton Beach - Russia, 1992
  • Bravo, Giordano Bruno - Georgia, 1993
  • Zero Option (Nulevoy Variant) - Uzbekistan, 1992
  • Wandering Stars (Блуждающие звезды) - USSR, 1991
  • Crooks (Aferisty) - USSR, 1990
  • Passport - USSR/France, 1990
  • Girl from Rouen Nicknamed Doughnut (Ruanskaya deva po prozvishchu Pyshka) - USSR, 1989
  • The Scoundrel - Azerbaijan SSR, 1988
  • The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho (Tskhovreba Don Kikhotisa da Sancho Panchosi) - Georgian SSR/Spain, 1988
  • Gentlemen Adventurers (Batono avanturistebo) - Georgian SSR, 1985
  • An Unusual Trip (Arachveulebrivi reisi) - Georgian SSR, 1983

References[edit]

  1. ^ Как они умерли
  2. ^ Кинословарь. Т.2, СПб., 2001. — С.44.)
  3. ^ Виктор Андриенко. Безумные Макароны или…
  4. ^ "მამუკა კიკალეიშვილი" (in Georgian). Cinema of Georgia Database. Accessed on August 30, 2007.

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