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Anatoly Adoskin

Anatoly Adoskin
BornAnatoly Mikhailovich Adoskin
(1927-09-23) 23 September 1927 (age 91)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
Occupationactor
AwardsPeople's Artist of the Russian Federation (1996)

Anatoly Mikhailovich Adoskin (Russian: Анатолий Михайлович Адоскин; born 23 November 1927, Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian actor of theater and cinema. People's Artist of the Russian Federation (1996).[1]

Biography

Anatoly Adoskin graduated from the studio at the Mossovet Theater under the leadership of Yuri Zavadsky in 1948. At the end of the studio he was invited to the troupe of the theater.[2]

In the movie, Adoskin made his debut in 1955 — Two captains (director Vladimir Vengerov).

In 1961 he moved to the troupe of the Sovremennik. In 1965 he was invited to the Lenkom, and in 1968 he returned to the Mossovet Theater, where he plays on the stage today.[3]

Selected filmography

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