Vladimir Ilyin (actor)

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Vladimir Ilyin
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Vladimir Ilyin in 2011
Born Vladimir Adolfovich Ilyin
(1947-11-16) 16 November 1947 (age 68)
Sverdlovsk, Soviet Union (now Yekaterinburg, Russia)
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1969–present
Awards Narodniy artist.jpg RusStatePrize.jpg
Nika Award - 1993, 1998, 2009

Vladimir Adolfovich Ilyin (Russian: Влади́мир Адо́льфович Ильи́н; born 16 November 1947) is a Soviet and Russian actor.[1] He was awarded People's Artist of Russia in 1999.

Early life[edit]

Vladimir Ilyin was born in Sverdlovsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. In 1969 he graduated from the Sverdlovsk Theatre School (course F. Grigoryan). He worked in the theater "Buffoon" under the direction of G. Yudenich in Kazan Youth Theater. From 1974 to 1989 he worked in the theater named after Vl. Mayakovsky led by A. Goncharov.

Personal life[edit]

Wife Zoe Ilyina (née Pylnova), Short voice.

Nephew - Aleksandr Ilyin, Jr. Russian actor.

Selected filmography[edit]

Vladimir Ilyin has starred in over 111 films

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Poddubny manager Poddubniy
2013 State protection 3 Vitaliy Avdeyevich Subbota TV series
2012 White Tiger Colonel, Chief of Hospital
2011 Vysotsky. Thank You For Being Alive KGB colonel from Moscow
2011 Burnt by the Sun 2 Citadel Kirik
2010 Burnt by the Sun 2 Exodus Kirik
2009 Ivanov Michail Borkin
2009 Taras Bulba Koschevoi ataman
2009 Ward №6 Andrey Ragin, doctor
2009 Attack on Leningrad Malinin
2007 War and Peace Michail Kutuzov Mini-series
2005 The Turkish Gambit Mizinov
2004 Remote access Timothy
2003 The Idiot Lebedev TV series
2000 Secrets of Palace Revolutions Andrei Osterman TV series
2000 Fortuna Garik
1999 Strastnoy Boulevard Dukin
1998 The Barber of Siberia Captain Mokin
1998 Stringer Peter Jaworskiy
1998 I want to jail Semen Semenych Lyamkin
1998 Harvest Moon Rebrov, saxophonist
1996-97 Queen Margo La Yurer TV series
1995 Black veil Yakov Ratisov
1995 Single player Misha
1995 Arrival of a train
1995 A Moslem Genashka, shepherd
1994 Burnt by the Sun Kirik
1994 The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin collective farm chairman Golubev
1993 Sagittarius restless German Andreevich
1993 Makarov Vasily Cvetaev
1992 White King, Red Queen Zolin
1992 Encore, Once More Encore! Lihovol, intendant
1991 Wolfhound cashier
1991 Lost in Siberia captain Victor Malakhov
1990 Sons of Bitches Leva Busygin
1990 A cap Fima Rachlin
1990 Roy fool Artyusha
1989 Accident - cop's daughter Alexey Nikolaev, father of Valerie
1988 Guessing on the ram's shoulder Khomich
1988 Defender Sedov Vladimir Sedov
1987 Time to fly Andrey Konstantinovich
1986 My favorite clown Roman Romanovsky
1969 Sons go into battle episode
1969 Zhenya, Zhenya and "Katyusha" soldier


  1. ^ Cooley, John (2002-06-20). Unholy Wars: Afghanistan, America and International Terrorism. Pluto Press. pp. 135–. ISBN 9780745319179. Retrieved 3 October 2014. 

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