Tigran Keosayan

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Tigran Keosayan
Tigran Keosayan
Tigran Keosayan in 2009
BornTigran Edmondovich Keosayan
(1966-01-04) January 4, 1966 (age 52)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
CitizenshipRussia
OccupationDirector, writer, actor
Years active1992–present

Tigran Edmondovich Keosayan (Armenian: Տիգրան Քեոսայան, Russian: Тигран Эдмондович Кеосаян; born January 4, 1966, Moscow) is a Russian-Armenian film director, actor and writer. He is a winner of International Film Festival Prize's including TEFI, Kinotavr and Window to Europe 2001.

Biography[edit]

Keosayan is the son of Armenian-Russian film director and composer Edmond Keosayan and actress Laura Gevorkyan. He studied at the all-Union (now - all-Russian) state Institute of Cinematography (VGIK).

Keosayan is the director of many modern Russian films included Katyka and Shiz (1992), Poor Sasha (1997), Lily of the Valley Silvery (2005), Hare Over the Abyss (2006), The Twelve Chairs musical (2003), a large number of clips for Mikhail Shufutinsky, Igor Sarukhanov, Irina Allegrova. He is co-operated with Fyodor Bondarchuk, Alexander Zbruev and others.

Keosayan is an anchorman of the daily (from Monday to Thursday) analytical talk show "With Tigran Keosayan" on the major Russian private TV channel REN-TV.[1]

Filmography[edit]

As a film director[edit]

  1. Katyka and Shiz (1992)
  2. Cases funny, family matters (1996, TV Series)
  3. Poor Sasha (1997)
  4. The Death Directory (1999, TV series)
  5. The President and His Granddaughter (2000)
  6. Men's Work (2001, also TV series: 2005)
  7. Hare Over the Abyss (2006)
  8. Mirage (2008)
  9. Yalta-45 (2011, mini-series)
  10. Three Comrades (2012, mini-series)
  11. Sea. Mountains. Exclay (2014, TV series)
  12. Actress (2017, TV series)
  13. The Crimean Bridge. Made with Love! (2018)

As an actor[edit]

  1. Joker (1991)
  2. Lily of the valley silvery (2000)
  3. The Heat (2006)

As a writer[edit]

  1. Cases funny, family matters (1996, TV Series)
  2. Lily of the valley silvery (TV series, 2005).

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