Vladimir Korenev

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Vladimir Korenev
Born Vladimir Borisovich Korenev
(1940-06-20) 20 June 1940 (age 81)
Sevastopol, USSR
Occupation Actor
Years active 1962–present
Spouse(s) Alla Konstantinova
Children Irina

Vladimir Borisovich Korenev (Russian: Влади́мир Бори́сович Ко́ренев; born June 20, 1940) is a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor and teacher. He was awarded People's Artist of Russia (1998).[1]

Early life

Korenev was born June 20, 1940 in Sevastopol, in the family of Rear Admiral Boris Leonidovich Korenev. He lived in Izmail until the family moved to Tallinn, where he became interested in literature and theater. Classmate Larisa Luzhina led Vladimir to drama club, directed by the Ivan Danilovich Rossomahin. The circle also engaged the Vitali Konyayev, Igor Yasulovich and Lillian Malkina.

In 1957 he enrolled in GITIS in the studio of People's Artist of the RSFSR Gregory Konskiy and People's Artist of the USSR Olga Androvskaya.[2]

In the 1960s, he became famous as Amphibian Man, a sex symbol of the Soviet Union,[3] Ichthyander played in the movie The Amphibian Man.

In 1961 he came to the troupe of the Moscow Drama Theater where he was invited by Mikhail Yanshin, who led the theater at the time.[4]

By 2015 - the professor had become artistic director of the Faculty of Theatre Arts Abbot.[5]

Filmography

  • 1958 - Life is passed
  • 1961 - Amphibian Man
  • 1965 - Children of Don Quixote
  • 1971 - Liberation
  • 1973 - Much Ado About Nothing
  • 1976 - Rudin
  • 1980 - I - Actress
  • 1988 - Criminal talent
  • 1990 - Unknown Pages of Life Scout
  • 1992 - A Shot in the sepulcher
  • 2004 - Children of the Arbat
  • 2004 - Dear Masha Berezina
  • 2006 - Last Confession
  • 2006 - To the place where happiness lives
  • 2008 - Secrets of Palace Revolutions
  • 2012 - Method Lavrova
  • 2014 - The Alchemist. Elixir Faust
  • 2015 - Orlova and Alexandrov

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