26 April 1939|
Omsk, Soviet Union
|Died||28 May 1978
Gomel, Soviet Union
|Other names||Vladislav Dvorjetzki|
|Parent(s)||Vatslav Dvorzhetsky, Taisiya Ray|
Vladislav Vatslavovich Dvorzhetsky (Russian: Владислав Вацлавович Дворжецкий, 26 April 1939 – 28 May 1978) was a Soviet film actor. He appeared in eighteen films between 1970 and 1978.
Dvorzhetsky was born in Omsk. In 1955 he entered the Omsk military medical school. In 1959 he started active service in the Soviet Army at Sakhalin Island as senior feldsher of the regiment. During this time he married the first time.
In 1964 he went back to Omsk and entered the actors' school of Omsk. After graduation in 1967, Vladislav was accepted in the company of the Omsk provincial dramatic theatre. Here he married for the second time. In 1968 the assistant director from film-studio Mosfilm visits Omsk and Dvorzhetsky got his first role in a film as General Khludow in The Flight (1970). In his next film he was the test pilot Burton in the Solaris (1972). Both films competed In Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
During the time in Moscow he divorced his second wife and he decided to live for his film-career. In spring 1972 he played the role of Alexander Ilyin in Sannikow-Land. In 1974 he played the communist Yaroslav in To the Last Minute and got the State prize of the Ukrainian SSR.
In 1975 he played the main role in the adventure film Captain Nemo based on the Jules Verne novel.
Dvorzhetsky died in 1978 in Gomel, due to acute heart failure.
- The Flight (1970) as Khludov
- Return of Saint Bows (1970) as Mikhail Karabanov
- No Time to Wait (film) (1971) as Vadim Orlov
- Solaris (1972) as Henri Burton
- The Sky Is Beyond the Clouds (1973) as Sergey Rudnev
- The Sannikov Land (1973) as Ilyin
- Open the Book (1973) as Dimitri Lvov
- Garden (1973)
- Notches to the memory (1973) as Petrya
- To the Last Minute (1974) as Yaroslav Gayday (prototype of Yaroslav Halan)
- No Return (1974) as Nikolai Nikitin
- Captain Nemo (1975) as Captain Nemo / Nana Sahib
- There, beyond the horizon (1975)
- The Miracle of the Holy Antonius (1976)
- The legend of Tile (1976) as Philipp II
- Julia Vrevskaya (1977) as Alexander II
- Encounter on the distant meridian (1977) as Nickols Renette
- School-mates (1978)
- Goya, or the heavy way of the knowledge (1971)
- Nasimi (1973)
- "Vladislav Dvorzhetsky". Cannes. Retrieved 29 October 2012.