Viktor Bychkov

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Viktor Bychkov, 2011

Viktor Nikolayevich Bychkov (Виктор Николаевич Бычков) (born 1954)[1] is a Russian actor. He won a 2002 Golden Eagle Award and a 2004 State Prize of the Russian Federation.[1]

Bychkov was born on September 4, 1954, in Leningrad. He grew up in a large 8-rooms communal apartment, where the population was forty. From childhood, Bychkov dreamed of becoming an actor. He played his first role in the summer camp. In his youth, Bychkov went to drama school, where he played the main role. He served in the Soviet army. He studied at the Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinema (teacher Igor Vladimirov), he graduated in 1982.

His first film part was in The Last Escape (1980) by Leonid Menaker.

From 2006 to 2012 he led the children's television program Spokoynoy nochi, malyshi![2]

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