Roman Kartsev

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Roman Kartsev
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Roman Kartsev in 2011
Born Roman Antshelevich Katz
(1939-05-20)20 May 1939
Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Died 2 October 2018(2018-10-02) (aged 79)
Moscow, Russia
Occupation Actor, humorist
Years active 1960–2018
Spouse(s) Viktoria Kassinskaya
Awards People's Artist of the Russian Federation (1999)

Roman Andreyevich Kartsev (Russian: Рома́н Андре́евич Ка́рцев, born Roman Antshelevich Katz (Russian: Рома́н А́ншелевич Кац);[1][2] 20 May 1939 – 2 October 2018) was a Russian entertainer of stage, theater and cinema.

He was Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1990),[2][3] People's Artist of the Russian Federation (1999).[2][4] Actor of the Moscow Theater of Miniatures under the leadership of Mikhail Zhvanetsky. For several decades he performed in a duet with Viktor Ilchenko (Kartsev and Ilchenko).[5]

Roman Kartsev and Viktor Ilchenko, 1975

Filmography[edit]

  • 1967 – Arkady Raikin (documentary) as cameo
  • 1975 – Waves of the Black Sea as entrepreneur
  • 1977 – The Magic Voice of Gelsomino as School Teacher
  • 1979 – Dumas in the Caucasus as Lefer
  • 1985 – A Long Memory as Uncle Yasha
  • 1985 – Goldfish (TV performance) as cameo
  • 1988 – Heart of a Dog as Schwonder
  • 1989 – The Evil Spirit as Shcherbaty
  • 1989 – The Bindler and the King as Lazar Boyarsky
  • 1991 – Promised Heaven as Solomon
  • 1992 – Apartment (mini-series) as Henry Ivanovich Valenchik
  • 1993 – Prediction as patriot and anti-communist
  • 2000 – Old Hags as Joseph Lazovsky
  • 2005 – The Master and Margarita as Maximilian Andreevich Poplavsky, Berlioz's Uncle
  • 2008 – Smile of God, or Purely Odessa story as Mikhail Perelmuter
  • 2010 – In the Style of Jazz as Odessa taxi driver

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