|Osip Naumovich Abdulov|
|Born||16 November 1900 [O.S. 3 November]
Łódź, Piotrków Governorate
|Died||14 June 1953
Moscow, Russian SFSR
|Occupation||Theater, radio, and film actor|
|Years active||1918 - 1953|
|Spouse(s)||Yelizaveta Moiseyevna Abdulova (née Shekhtman)|
|Relatives||Vsevolod Abdulov (son)|
|Awards||People's Artist of the RSFSR (1944)
Order of the Red Banner of Labour (1949)
Stalin Prize (1951)
Osip Naumovich Abdulov was born to a Jewish family in Łódź, Poland (then part of the Russian Empire) in 1900. He briefly studied at Moscow University (now Moscow State University) in 1917 before turning his interest to acting.
Abdulov began working at the Shalyapin studio in 1918, where he had first performing role in 1919. He worked at various theaters in Moscow during the 1920s and 1930s and joined the company of the Theater of the Mossovet in 1943.
Abdulov additionally worked for Soviet radio broadcasting (first as an announcer and actor, then as a director) in 1924. He was involved in radio plays based on the dramatic works of Romain Rolland, Alphonse Daudet, Charles Dickens, Nikolay Gogol, and Maxim Gorky and took part in organizing artistic broadcasting for children. Abdulov worked as a news reader on Soviet radio during World War II.
Abdulov began to appear in films in 1933.
|1928||Enough Stupidity for Every Wise Man||Alexander Ostrovsky||Krupitsky|
|1933||The Devil's Disciple||George Bernard Shaw||General Burgoyne|
|1933||Wolves and Sheep||Alexander Ostrovsky||Lynyayev|
|1933||The School for Taxpayers||Louis Verneuil and Georges Berr||Fromanteel|
|1940||Without a Dowry||Alexander Ostrovsky||Knurov|
|1945||The Seagull||Anton Chekhov||Sorin|
|1945||The Cabinet Minister's Wife||Branislav Nušić||Uncle Vas|
|1950||Dawn Over Moscow||Anatoly Surov||Academician Ryzhov|
|1953||The Story of Turkey||Nâzım Hikmet||Old ashik|
|1936||The Last Night||Yuly Rayzman and Dmitri Ivanovich Vasilyev||Colonel|
|1936||The Dawn of Paris||Grigory Roshal||Vasse Jr.|
|1938||Treasure Island||Vladimir Vaynshtok||Long John Silver|
|1938||The Oppenheim Family||Grigory Roshal||Jacques Lavendel|
|1945||The Man in a Case||Isidor Annensky||Tarantulov|
|1940||Shining Path||Vitkor Ardov||Dorokhov|
|1941||The Swineherd and the Shepherd||Ivan Pyryev||Levon Mikhaylovich|
|1941||How Ivan Ivanovich Quarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich||Andrey Kustov and Anisim Mazur||Town governor|
|1941||The Sea Hawk||Vladimir Braun||Ivan Akimovich|
|1944||The Wedding||Isidor Annensky||Dymba the Greek|
|1944||The Duel||Vladimir Legoshin||Gestapo Colonel Krauschke|
|1949||Alexander Popov||Herbert Rappaport and Vitkor Eysymont||Isaacs|
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- Geldern, James von. (1995). "Radio Moscow: The Voice from the Center". In Richard Stites (ed.), Culture and Entertainment in Wartime Russia. p. 46. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. ISBN 978-0-253-20949-8.