Pavlov was born in Moscow. After graduating from the M. Schepkin Theatre School, he worked in some of the most popular theatres of Moscow: 1963-1965 - Sovremennik Theatre, Yermolova Theatre (1965-1969), Mayakovsky Theatre (1969-1977), Malyi Theatre (1977-1985), Yermolova Theatre (1985-1990), Malyi Theatre (1990-2006).
He appeared in over 120 films in his native country. His first appearance on film was in When the Trees Were Tall (1961). His most popular films are: Operation Y, The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed, Twelve Chairs, The Adjutant of His Excellency, Dauria, Trial on the Road, Gambrinus, and Deti ponedelnika. His last appearances were in The Envy of Gods (2000), DMB (2000) and Brigada (2002).
Honors and awards
- People's Artist of Russia (1994)
- Moscow Première prize for his acting in The Forest by Alexander Ostrovsky
- Order of Merit for the Fatherland, 4th class
- Medal "Veteran of Labour"
- Medal "In Commemoration of the 850th Anniversary of Moscow"
He died in Moscow on August 24, 2006, aged 65 of natural causes.
- Trial on the Road (1971) as Kutenko
- Dauria (1971) as Nikifor, a hard core Cossack
- The Adjutant of His Excellency (1974) as Miron Osadchy
- Say a Word for the Poor Hussar (1981) as jailer Stepan
- Lilac Ball (1987) as Man-eater
- All Costs Paid (1988) as Snegirev
- The Master and Margarita (1994) as Behemoth
- Demobbed (2000) as General Talalaev
- The Envy of Gods (2000) as Vilen
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