Valeriy Troshin

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Valeriy Troshin
Born Valeriy Vladimirovich Troshin
(1970-03-09) 9 March 1970 (age 52)
Moscow, Russlan SFSR, USSR
Occupation Actor
Years active 1986–present
Awards Honored Artist of Russia
State Prize of the Russian Federation

Valeriy Vladimirovich Troshin (Russian: Вале́рий Влади́мирович Тро́шин; 9 March 1970) is a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor.

Biography

Valeriy Troshin was born in Moscow. His mother was a doctor, his father - a teacher of physics. He became interested in theater thanks to his father, who is always engaged in amateur and arranged for the family the whole presentation. Valeriy also devoted much time to the visual arts, graphic and technical design.[1]

As a child, he participated in theatrical productions mug.

He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1996 (course Lev Durov) and was admitted to the troupe Moscow Art Theatre.

Since 2010, Valery Troshin director and teacher in the workshop Nikolay Skorik.[2]

Awards

Filmography

  • 1987 - Visit to the Minotaur
  • 1987 -Slap, which was not
  • 1989 - Name
  • 1989 - Does - again!
  • 1989 - Glass labyrinth
  • 1989 - 100 Days Before the Command
  • 1996 - Klubnichka
  • 2000 - Demobbed
  • 2001 - 101-km
  • 2001 - Family Secrets
  • 2002 - Marsh Turetskogo
  • 2002 - Brigada
  • 2002 - Antikiller
  • 2004 - The Long Goodbye
  • 2005 - The White Guard
  • 2005-2006 - Luba, children and the plant
  • 2007 - Liquidation
  • 2007 - Law & Order: Department of operative investigations
  • 2008 - Univer
  • 2011 - Made in the USSR
  • 2013 - Miracle Worker

Personal life

Actor divorced, has a daughter and a son.[6]

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