Igor Starygin

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Igor Starygin
Igor Starygin in 2008
Igor Starygin in 2008
Born (1946-06-13)June 13, 1946
Moscow, USSR
Died November 8, 2009(2009-11-08) (aged 63)
Moscow, Russia
Occupation actor
Years active 1968-2008

Igor Vladimirovich Starygin (Russian:Игорь Владимирович Старыгин, June 13, 1946 in Moscow – November 8, 2009 in Moscow) was a Soviet and Russian stage and film actor.

An alumnus of the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts, Starygin had more than 40 roles in films and is most known for the role of Aramis in D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers (1979) and its sequels (1992, 1993, 2007). He had another famous role in the TV series The State Border (1980s).[1]

Starygin also performed with the Moscow Art Theatre and the Theatre of Mossovet.

He died, aged 63, on November 8, 2009 in Moscow from complications of a stroke.[2] Starygin was buried at Troyekurovskoye Cemetery.[3]

Selected filmography

  • Revenge (Возмездие, 1967)
  • We'll Live Till Monday (Доживём до понедельника, 1968)
  • The Adjutant of His Excellency (Адъютант его превосходительства, 1969)
  • Accused of Murder (Обвиняются в убийстве, 1969)
  • Towns and Years (Города и годы, 1973)
  • The Red and the Black (Красное и чёрное, 1976)
  • d'Artagnan and Three Musketeers (Д’Артаньян и три мушкетёра, 1978)
  • The State Border. We Will Build Our New... (Государственная граница. Мы наш, мы новый…, 1980)
  • The State Border. Peaceful '21 Summer (Государственная граница. Мирное лето 21-го года, 1980)
  • Musketeers Twenty Years After (Мушкетёры двадцать лет спустя, 1992)
  • The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After (Тайна королевы Анны, или Мушкетёры тридцать лет спустя, 1993)
  • The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin (Возвращение мушкетёров, или Сокровища кардинала Мазарини, 2007)

External links

Notes

  1. Игорь Старыгин
  2. Старыгин вышел из комы за три дня до смерти
  3. http://www.rferl.org/content/Prominent_Russian_Actor_Igor_Starygin_Dies_At_63/1873970.html