Yulian Panich

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Yulian Aleksandrovich Panich (Russian: Юлиа́н Алекса́ндрович Па́нич; born May 23, 1931, Kirovohrad) is a Soviet actor, director and journalist. Honored Artist of Russia (1996).[1]

In 1972, Yulian Panich left the Soviet Union, Israel has become the first stop, then - the United States, and the final - Germany, in Munich where he began his work on the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. After their departure, rumors have been started that Yulian Panich committed suicide.[2]

Since 1996 he has been living in the suburbs of Paris - Rambouillet.[3]

Filmography

  • Road to Life (1955) as Semyon
  • For the power of the Soviets (1956) as Svyatoslav Marchenko
  • Bloody Dawn (1956) as Marco Hushcha
  • Different Fates (1956) as Fedor Morozov
  • Three hundred years ago ... (1956) as Tymofiy Khmelnytsky
  • Total expensive (1957) as Roman Baklanov
  • Leningrad Symphony (1957) as episode
  • Stepan Kolchugin (1958) as Kuzma
  • Kochubey (1958) as Sashko Nalivayko
  • About my friend (1958) as Aram
  • Carefully, Grandma! (1960) as Vasya Kazatchkov
  • Reflections (1960) as episode
  • Novels Red House (1963) as Maxim Sivoshapko
  • Green coach (1967) as Prince Vasili
  • Pervorossiyane (1968) as Ataman Shurakov
  • Seeing the White Nights (1969) as director

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