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Actor Mikhail Svetin Died in Resuscitation Unit
30.08.2015 12:22
Actor Mikhail Svetin Died in Resuscitation Unit

The People's Artist of Russia Mikhail Svetin died in the resuscitation unit of a district hospital in the Leningrad Region on August 30. Mikhail Svetin was 84 years old.

      On August 23 the actor was urgently hospitalized with a stroke and operated. The actor was then taken to the resuscitation and critical care unit and connected to artificial lung ventilating machine.

      Mikhail Svetin was  the Merited Artist of RSFSR, the People's Artist of Russia, and the actor of the Akimov St. Petersburg Academic Comedy Theater. The popular artist was mostly famous for his roles in the films Afonya, Twelve Chairs, Man from Capuchin Boulevard, It Can't Be!, Beloved of Mechanic Gavrilov, and others. Altogether Mikhail Svetin played more than 80 film roles.

      

       


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mikhail Svetin Russian Actors Russian Cinema   

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