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|Born||Vladislav Ignatievich Strzhelchik
January 31, 1921
|Died||September 11, 1995
Saint Petersburg, Russia
|Resting place||Volkovo Cemetery, Saint Petersburg|
|Awards||People's Artist of the USSR (1974)|
Vladislav Ignatievich Strzhelchik (Russian: Владисла́в Игна́тьевич Стрже́льчик) (1921–1995) was a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor.
Vladislav Strzhelchik born in Petrograd (now Saint Petersburg, Russia). His father, Ignatiy Petrovich was a native of Poland (Polish: Ignacy Strzelczyk) who settled in St. Petersburg at the beginning of the 20th century.
In 1938 Vladislav Strzhelchik was accepted into the studio of the Gorky Bolshoi Drama Theater and in the same year he became an actor of this theater, where he worked all his life. He graduated from the studio only in 1947. During the Great Patriotic War, Vladislav Strzhelchik was drafted into the Red Army and served in the infantry at the forefront.
In 1959–1968 Strzhelchik lectured at the Leningrad Institute for Theatre, Music and Cinematography, 1966 - since 1966 at the Leningrad Institute for Culture.
He died in Saint Petersburg on September 11, 1995 and buried actor on the famous Literatorskie mostki ("Writer's footworks") of Volkovo Cemetery.
- Ivan Pavlov (1949) as high-school student (uncredited)
- Resurrection (1960-61) as Earl Shembok
- War and Peace (1960-61) as Napoleon
- Sofiya Perovskaya (1967) as Alexander II of Russia / inquisitor
- Tchaikovsky (1969) as Nikolai Rubinstein
- The Adjutant of His Excellency (1969) as general Kovalevsky
- Liberation (1970-71) as general Aleksei Antonov
- The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers (1971) as Naryshkin, a professional burglar
- Privalov's Millions (1973) as Alexander Polovodov
- The Straw Hat (1974) as Antoine Petitpierre Nonancourt
- The Captivating Star of Happiness (1975) as Count Ivan Laval
- Treasure Island (1982) as Squire Trelawney
- Time for Rest from Saturday to Monday (1984) as Aleksey
- Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1954)
- People's Artist of the RSFSR (1965)
- People's Artist of the USSR (October 4, 1974)