Andrey Merzlikin

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Andrey Merzlikin
File:Andrey Merzlikin 3 November 2010.jpg
Andrey Merzlikin in 2010
Born Andrey Ilyich Merzlikin
(1973-03-24) 24 March 1973 (age 49)
Kaliningrad, Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Anna Osokina
Children 3

Andrey Ilyich Merzlikin (Russian: Андре́й Ильи́ч Мерзли́кин; born 24 March 1973) is a Russian film and theater actor.[1]

Early life

Andrey Merzlikin was born in Kaliningrad, Moscow Oblast. In the first education - radio engineer of space engineering, then earned a degree in economics. In parallel, he graduated from the acting department Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (workshop Y. Kindinova). While studying at the institute, he starred in the short film "How I Spent My Summer" (dir. N. Pogonicheva) and received the prize for best actor at the film festival VGIK.[2][3]

Personal life

In March 2006 Andrey married Anna Osokina – psychologist. They have three children: son Fyodor (born 2006), daughter Serafima (born 2008) and daughter Evdokiya (born 2010).[4]


Merzlikin has appeared in over fifteen films and in several television productions.


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Year Title Role Genre
2003 Bumer Dimon 'Oshparenny' crime
2005 Dead Man's Bluff Referent/Mikhalych's Assistant black comedy, crime
2006 Franz + Polina Pavel war drama romance
2006 Moscow Mission Maks action thriller
2008 The Inhabited Island Fank science fiction
2009 Strayed Man Thriller
2009 Newsmakers Smirnov Action
2009 Russia 88 functionary Mockumentary
2009 The Invisibles - science fiction
2010 The Brest Fortress Andrey Kizhevatov war movie
2010 Burnt by the Sun 2 Nikolai, tanker war movie
2012 Spy Karpenko Action
2013 Sherlock Holmes Halifax TV series
2014 Molodezhka Maxim Streltsov TV Series
2015 Rodina Oleg Basov, a member of the State Duma TV Series

Civil position

Actor supports Russian separatist in the War in Donbass. He calls them "heroes". In May 2015 Merzlikin visited occupied Donetsk, where he and other Russian actors presented film "The Brest Fortress".[5]


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