Igor Sorin

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Igor Vladimirovich Sorin
Born (1969-11-10)10 November 1969
Origin Moscow, Soviet Union
Died 4 September 1998(1998-09-04) (age 28)
Moscow, Russia
Years active 1995–1998

Igor Vladimirovich Sorin (Russian: Игорь Владимирович Сорин; 10 November 1969 in Moscow – 4 September 1998 in Moscow), was a Russian poet, musician, artist. He was part of the Russian boy band "Ivanushki International", which he left in 1998, striving for a solo career. He died in September 1998 after a traumatic fall from a window[1].

Biography

Born November 10, 1969 in Moscow. He studied at the Moscow school № 841. As a child, having a big competition, was selected for the role of Tom Sawyer, but before the start of filming of Nikita Mikhalkov asked the film crew to take another boy - Fyodor Stukov. The film's director Stanislav Govorukhin granted that request. In desperation, Igor jumped from the second floor, but the jump was over safely[1].

From 1995 to March 1998 he was a soloist of popular group Ivanushki International. Despite the widespread popularity of the group, Igor decided to leave the "team" and in 1998, after recording the album Your letters his place in the group has won Oleg Yakovlev. [2]

September 1, 1998 early in the morning, Igor Sorin fell from the sixth floor balcony of the studio in the house number 12 on the Veresaev Street where together with musicians from the group Formation DSM working on recording a solo album. September 4 actor died.

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