Yury Belyayev

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Yury Belyayev
Born
Yury Viktorovich Belyayev

(1947-08-28) 28 August 1947 (age 71)
OccupationActor
Years active1975–present
AwardsZaslujeniy artist.jpg Medal State Prize Soviet Union.png

Yury Viktorovich Belyaev (Russian: Юрий Викторович Беляев; born 28 August 1947 [1]) is a Soviet and Russian film and theatre actor. He has received the title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1995)[2] and the USSR State Prize (1991).[1]

Biography[edit]

In Yury began studying at drama school Stupinskaya Studio (Theatre Youth) under the direction of O. Livanova. After leaving school he worked in a factory, he served in the Soviet Army, worked as an instructor DOSAAF, a janitor.

In 1975, Yury graduated from the Shchukin Theatre School (course of Lyudmila Stavskaya). In the same year he became an actor of the Moscow Taganka Theater.

Personal life[edit]

In May 2014 he married the actress Tatiana Abramova. From his first marriage he had two children, a daughter Olga and son Alexey.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • 1979 — On the Trail of the Ruler as Belov
  • 1983 — The Mystery of Blackbirds as Percival Fortescue
  • 1985 — Gunpowder as Nikonov
  • 1985 — Aliens Do Not Go Here as Chumakov
  • 1986 — Descended from Heaven as Hero of the Soviet Union Ivan Ivanovich
  • 1987 — Moonzund as Alexander Kolchak
  • 1987 — Once Lies as Alexander Grigorievich Kryukov, artist
  • 1987 — The Veldt as Michael
  • 1988 — The Servant as Pavel Sergeyevich Klyuev
  • 1991 — The Assassin of the Tsar as Alexander II of Russia
  • 1993 — The Woman in the Window as Valerian Chernyshov
  • 1995 — A Play for a Passenger as Kuzmin
  • 1997 — The Countess de Monsoreau as the Comte de Monsoreau
  • 1997 — The Thief as Sanya (at 48 years old)
  • 1997 — The Circus Burned Down and the Clowns Ran Away
  • 1999 — Russian Riot as Commandant Mironov
  • 2002 — Family Secrets as Alexander Ermakov
  • 2003 — Tabloid Paperback
  • 2005 — Escape as father of Irina
  • 2005 — KGB in a Tuxedo as KGB's general
  • 2006 — The Red Room as director
  • 2006 — Diamonds for Dessert as Pavlik
  • 2007 — Cadets as Colonel Kalashnikov
  • 2007 — Kuka as Nikita
  • 2007 — Teacher in Law as Boris Bogomolov
  • 2008 — The Kremlin Cadets as Lt. Gen. Romanenko
  • 2008 — White-Bear as Leonid Pavlovich Hrjapa
  • 2009 — The US Government against Rudolph Abel as Rudolf Abel
  • 2009 — Taras Bulba as Kirdyaga, ataman
  • 2009 — Justice Wolves as Sergey
  • 2010 — Kandagar as Sokovatov
  • 2012 — Once in Rostov as Matvey Shaposhnikov, Lt. Gen.
  • 2012 — Cordon Investigator Savelyev as Boris Kolotov
  • 2015 — The Alchemist. Elixir of Faust as the official Ministry of Health
  • 2017 — Sleepers as Alexander Ilyich Nefyodov

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Юрий Беляев - биография - российские актеры - Кино-Театр.РУ". kino-teatr.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 23 October 2015.
  2. ^ Почему Юрий Беляев не пошёл в балет

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