Yuriy Nazarov (actor)
|Born||Yuriy Vladimirovich Nazarov
May 5, 1937
Novosibirsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
He was born Yuri Vladimirovich Nazarov in Novosibirsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. His father, Nikolai Aldomirovich Nazarov (1906–1971), was an ethnic Chechen Lieutenant of the Red Army, who served in the Eastern Front and the Crimean Offensive in 1944.
In 1989, Nazarov was nominated for a Nika Award as Best Actor in the film Little Vera playing Vera's father. Nazarov has appeared in the Cinema of Russia since 1954. His last appearance was in Apostol, a TV miniseries.
In March 2014 Nazarov signed a letter in support of the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin regarding Ukraine and Crimea. Crimea is since March 2014 under dispute by Russia and Ukraine.
Yuriy Nazarov has starred in over 257 films and television productions.
|1962||The Third Half||Misha Skachko|
|1964||Attack and Retreat||Episode|
|1967||The Ballad of the Commissioner||commissioner Fadeycev|
|1969||The Adjutant of His Excellency||Emelyanov|
|1969||The Red Tent||Anatoly Alekseev|
|1972||Hot Snow||Sergeant Ukhanov|
|1974||The Sannikov Land||Gubin|
|1975||The Mirror||military instructor|
|1978||The Tavern on Pyatnitskaya||Vanya Shlyonov|
|1981||Alexander Malenkiy||Vasily Akimych Hrischanovich|
|1982||Let's get married||Nikolai Suvorin|
|1983||During the blue nights||Oleg|
|1984||Very important person||Rodion Shishkin|
|1984||What was Senka||grandfather Saveliev|
|1985||Do not go, girls, get married|
|1986||Attempted GOELRO||Viktor Burtsev|
|1987||The command "33"||Colonel Nikitin|
|1988||Little Vera||Kolya, Vera's father|
|1989||How Dark the Nights Are on the Black Sea||glazier|
|1989||Entrance to the maze||district Pozdnyakov|
|2001||Halfway to Paris||Prokhor Murashov|
|2005||Two fates||Fomich||TV Series|
|2008||Apostol||commissioner Vladimir Demin||TV Series|
|2011||Notes forwarder Secret Chancellery||Yakov Petrovich||film series|
|2012||Snipers: Love at gunpoint||Georgy Denisov, uncle Gosha||TV Series|
- "Culture activists of Russia in support of the position of the President on Russia's military intervention in Ukraine and Crimea" (in Russian). Russian Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 17 April 2014.
- Gutterman, Steve. "Putin signs Crimea treaty, will not seize other Ukraine regions". Reuters. Retrieved 2014-03-26.