Yevgeni Grishkovetz

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Yevgeni Grishkovetz
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Born (1967-02-17) February 17, 1967 (age 50)
Kemerovo, Soviet Union

Yevgeni Valeryevich Grishkovetz (Russian: Евге́ний Вале́рьевич Гришкове́ц; born February 17, 1967, in Kemerovo) is a popular Russian writer, dramatist, stage director, actor and musician.[1]

He is widely known as the author of witty solo performances. Grishkovets has staged authorial plays Odnovrеmеnno, Planeta, Drednouty, Osada, Titanic, po Po and +1 and published a number of his books: collected plays Gorod (2001), Kak ya syel sobaku (2003), the novel Rubashka (2004), the story Reki (2005) and collected stories Planka (2006).

He has played supporting roles in remarkable Russian films including Progulka, Ne hlebom edinym and V kruge pervom.

Grishkovetz lives in Kaliningrad and tours with his theatre productions both in Russia and in Europe where he has become a welcome guest at many prestigious festivals.

Yevgeni is married and has three children: daughter Natalie (born in 1995), son Alexander (born in 2004) and daughter Maria (born in 2010).[2]

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