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Famous Russian Actor Dies of Cancer
18.01.2012 15:05
Famous Russian Actor Dies of Cancer
Yevgeny Zharikov

Russian famous theatre and movie actor Yevgeny Zharikov has died on the 71st year of his life. According to the sources from the Russian Cinematographic Union, he suffered from cancer and spent his last months at the Botkinskaya hospital.

      Yevgeny Zharikov was born in 1941. In 1959 he entered the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography. Being just a second-year student, he acted in a film for the first time. In 1966 Zharikov became an actor of the Cinema Actors Theatre and Studio in Moscow. He was married twice, his second wife was Russian famous actress Natalya Gvozdikova. 

      Yevgeny Zharikov's filmography is more that 60 movies. The most well-known of them are "3+2", "Ivan's Childhood" (Ivanovo Detstvo), "Born of Revolution" (Rozhdennaya Revolutsiyei), "It Can't be True!" (Ne Mozhet Byt!), "The Snow Maiden" (Snegurochka), "Grey Wolves" (Seriye Volki) and many others. In 1978 he gained the Soviet Union's State Award for his role of Nikolay Kondratyev in "Born of Revolution".

      In recent years Zharikov took part in a lot of Russian series and films, he also was a head of the Guild of Soviet Actors, a member of "Nika" cinema award jury and secretary in the International Federation of Actors.  



Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Russian cinema Russian cinema actors Yevgeny Zharikov obituary  

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