Sergey Shakurov

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Sergey Shakurov
Shakurov Sergey.jpg
Sergey Shakurov at the premiere 2010.
Born Sergey Kayumovich Shakurov
(1942-01-01) 1 January 1942 (age 76)
Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Citizenship Soviet Union
Occupation Actor
Years active 1964–present
Awards Orden for Service IV.png Orden of Honour.png
Narodny artist RSFSR.png Заслуженный артист РСФСР(1).png Medal State Prize Soviet Union.png

Sergey Kayumovich Shakurov (Russian: Сергей Каюмович Шакуров, Tatar: Сергей Каюм улы Шәкүров, Sergey Qayum ulı Şäkürov; born 1 January 1942) is a Soviet and Russian actor of theater. He performed in more than ninety films since 1967.

Early life[edit]

Sergey Shakurov in Tatar-Russian family of Moscow. In 1964, after graduating from the school-studio, actor started working at the Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya, and a year later he was accepted into the troupe of the Central Academic Theatre of the Soviet Army. Out of the theater together with Leonid Kheyfetz in the Little Theatre after the close of the play "Two Friends" by Vladimir Voinovich, but it was not adopted. Since 1971, Sergey Shakurov worked in the Drama Theatre. Stanislavsky. Now the actor MTYUZ.

In the movie Sergey Shakurov made his debut in 1966, appearing soon in the lead role in the movie Manos Zacharias, "I am a soldier, mother". He played Peganov - stubborn and difficult to discipline the rookie faced by an experienced foreman (Valentin Zubkov).

Selected filmography[edit]

Sergey Shakurov has starred in over 114 films.

Year Title Role Notes
1966 I am a soldier, mother Peganov
1970 It Was in May Margoslin
1974 At Home Among Strangers Zabelin
1975 One Hundred Days After Childhood Seryozha
1979 Siberiade Spiridon Solomin
1983 Anna Pavlova Michel Fokine
1987 Friend
1989 Two arrows. Stone Age Detective Ladies' man
1993 Szwadron
1994 Pigs 2: The last blood
1999 Pan Tadeusz Rykow
2000 The Christmas Miracle
2002 Antikiller Cross
2003 Antikiller 2: Antiterror Cross
2005 Brezhnev Leonid Brezhnev
2007 Konservy Foma
2007 Paragraph 78 member of the Military Tribunal
2011 Vysotsky. Thank You For Being Alive Semyon, father of Vladimir Vysotsky
2016 Flight Crew Nikolai Gushchin, Alexey's father
Year Title Role Notes
1983 The Treasures of Agra Jonathan Small the fourth part TV series
1987 Visit to Minotaur attorney Tikhonov / Antonio Stradivari Mini-Series
2011 Peter the Great: The Testament Prince Fyodor Romodanovsky Mini-Series
2011 The White Guard Hetman Pavlo Skoropadskyi TV series
2015 Catherine The Great Count Alexey Bestuzhev-Ryumin

External links[edit]