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Vladimir Etush is elebrating his 95th Birthday Today
6.05.2017 15:17
Vladimir Etush is elebrating his 95th Birthday Today

The famous stage and film actor Vladimir Etush has turned 95 years old today.

      Vladimir Etush is a popular Soviet and Russian stage and film actor, a teacher and the art director of the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute. He is the People's Artist of the USSR and a veteran of the Great Patriotic War.

      He is most famous for his roles in the comedies, such as Twelve Chairs, An Old, Old Fairy Tale, Down the Street the Dresser Was Driven, Three Musketeers, Ivan Vasilyevich Changes his Profession, and others. Bridging the gap between comedy and drama, the renowned actor has won hearts of several generations of Russian and Soviet viewers.

      
Vladimir Etush is going to celebrate his anniversary on stage of the Yevgeny Vakhtangov Theatre, where he has performed for many years. Today he will play the leading role in the "Benefit Night".


Sources: https://riamo.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vladimir Etush Russian Actors    

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