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 Nikolay Yeremenko, Jr.


Born:   February 14, 1949
Deceased:   May 27, 2001

Russian theatre and film actor

      

Nikolay was born on February 14, 1949 into the family of the People’s Artiste of the USSR Nikolay Nikolaevich Yeremenko (1926-2000) and the People’s Artiste of the Belarusian Soviet Socialist Republic Galina Aleksandrovna Orlova (1928) in Vitebsk (Belarus).  

In 1971 he graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography (S.A.Gerasimov and T.F.Makarova's studio) and became an actor of the Theatre Studio of Film Actor. 

 
The film director Sergey Gerasimov greatly appreciated Nikolay Yeremenko’s gift and filmed him in six movies. It was only Gerasimov's wife Tamara Makarova who appeared in more of his films. 
 
Nikolay Yeremenko was an actor of the Maxim Gorky Film Studio from 1976. He was the Culture Counselor of the Belarus Embassy in Moscow from 2001. 
 
Nikolay Yeremenko became the People’s Artiste of Russia in 1994. 
 
In the mid 1990s Yeremenko ventured upon his film director's debut with the film The Son for the Father, where he played along with his father.  After the joint movie Yeremenko Sr. returned to the theater and cinema and fruitfully worked on for five more years. 
 
Nikolay Yeremenko died of a stroke on Sunday May 27, 2001 in the Botkin Hospital of Moscow. The actor was laid to rest in the Moscow (East) Cemetery in Minsk, next to the grave of his father, whom he outlived for 11 months only.


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