Roman Trakhtenberg

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Roman Trakhtenberg
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Born Roman Lvovich Gorbunov
(1968-09-28)28 September 1968
Leningrad, Soviet Union
Died 20 November 2009(2009-11-20) (aged 41)
Moscow, Russia
Occupation Television/Radio personality
Years active 1989–2009

Roman Lvovich Trakhtenberg (real surname is Gorbunov,[1] Russian: Роман Львович Трахтенберг, 28 September 1968, Leningrad, USSR – 20 November 2009, Moscow, Russia) was a Russian radio host and actor.

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Roman Gorbunov (Trakhtenberg) got his first acting experience in Theater of Youth Creativity (1980-1982).

In addition to being a popular radio show host, Roman Trakhtenberg has film credits to his name including Dom Kuvyrkom in 2009 and a TV mini-series called Gaishniki, where he played Sher-Khan in 2008.

He died at the age of 41 on 20 November 2009, reportedly due to a heart attack after ending his live broadcast on Radio Mayak.[2] He is survived by his wife and by two sons from an earlier marriage. He was buried on 24 November at the Jewish cemetery of St. Petersburg.[3]

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