February 17, 1967 |
Kemerovo, Soviet Union
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).
Yevgeni is married and has three children: daughter Natalie (born in 1995), son Alexander (born in 2004) and daughter Maria (born in 2010).
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- Yevgeni Grishkovetz on Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Grishkovetz (in Russian)
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