Sergei Puskepalis

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Sergei Puskepalis
Сергей Пускепалис
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Born Sergei Vytauto Puskepalis
(1966-04-15) 15 April 1966 (age 56)
Kursk, Soviet Union
Occupation Theatre director
Film actor
Years active 2003–present
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Nika Award - 2008
Silver Bear - 2010

Sergei Vytauto Puskepalis (Russian: Сергей Витауто Пускепалис; born 15 April 1966 in Kursk) is a Russian actor and theatre director. He is best known for his roles in the award-winning movies Simple Things (2006) and How I Ended This Summer (2010), both directed by Alexei Popogrebski. For his performances, he won a Nika Award for Best Actor in 2008, as well as a Silver Bear for Best Actor at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival in 2010.

In 2015, at the film festival "Golden Apricot" Yerevan premiere of the film "Clinch" that Sergei Puskepalis removed as a film director. This film adaptation of the play by Alexey Slapovsky that Sergei Puskepalis put in Ufa.[1]

Early life

He was born in 1966 to a Lithuanian father and a Bulgarian mother from Moldova, in Kursk, then Soviet Union.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
2003 The Stroll
2006 Simple Things Sergei Maslov, anesthetist
2009 Spring is coming Pavel Nikolaevich
2010 Aptekar Mikhail Streltsov TV series
2010 How I Ended This Summer Sergei Gulybin, head of the polar station
2011 Sibir, Monamur lieutenant colonel
2011 Moy paren - Angel father Sasha, volcanologist
2011 Witness protection Andrei Meshechko Major TV series
2011 There Was Never a Better Brother Jalil
2012 Life and Fate Ivan Grekov, Captain TV series
2012 Divorce Mikhail, Colonel police department TV series
2013 Metro Andrei Garin, surgeon
2013 Owl Creek Ivan Mitin, the captain of the State Security TV series
2013 Eight commander of the OMON
2014 Black Sea Zaytsev
2014 Godfather Ilya Alekhine, obstetrician-gynecologist TV series
2015 Battle for Sevastopol commander
2015 Happiness is... Oleg
2016 Icebreaker Sevchenko


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