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            Stanislav Lyubshin

            Biografie

            Stanislav Lyubshin is a notable Russian actor best known for his leading role as Dyadya Vova in Soviet comedy Kin-dza-dza! (1986).

            He was born Stanislav Andreevich Lyubshin on April 6, 1933, in the village of Vladykino, a suburb of Moscow, Russia, Soviet Union. His father, Andrei Lyubshin, was an agricultural engineer, his mother was a milkmaid. Young Lyubshin was fond of theatre, he was encouraged by his parents and joined the drama class at his school. From 1955-1959 he studied acting at Shchepkin School of Maly Theatre in Moscow, graduating in 1959 as an actor.

            Lyubshin made his film debut in 1959, while a student, in Segodnya uvolneniya ne budet (1959), by directors Andrey Tarkovskiy and Aleksandr Gordon. He shot to fame in the Soviet Union with the leading role as Weiss/Belov, a Russian spy in the Nazi Germany, in the popular film Shchit i mech (1968) by director Vladimir Basov. During the 1960s and 1970s, Lyubshin was among the most popular actors of the Soviet cinema.

            From 1959 - 1964 Lyubshin was member of the troupe at "Sovremennik" Theatre in Moscow. There he was stage partner of Oleg Tabakov, Oleg Yefremov, Evgeni Evstigneev, Galina Volchek, Viktor Sergachev, Oleg Tabakov, Oleg Dal, Igor Kvasha, Valentin Gaft, and other notable actors. From 1964 - 1967 he was member of the Taganka Theatre company in Moscow. There his stage partners were such renown actors as Vladimir Vysotskiy, Valeriy Zolotukhin, Leonid Filatov, Alla Demidova, Venyamin Smekhov Ivan Bortnik, Zhanna Bolotova, Natalya Sayko, Nikolai Gubenko, and others.

            Since 1981 Lyubshin has been permanent member with the Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT named after A. Chekhov). There his stage partners were such renown Russian actors as Mark Prudkin, Angelina Stepanova, Anastasiya Georgiyevskaya, Vasili Toporkov, Mikhail Bolduman, Pavel Massalsky, and the next generation of MKhAT actors - Oleg Tabakov, Kira Golovko, Iya Savvina, Alla Pokrovskaya, Anastasia Voznesenskaya, Irina Miroshnichenko, Andrey Myagkov, Vladimir Kashpur, Viktor Sergachyov, Vyacheslav Nevinnyy, Yevgeni Kindinov, Sergei Sazontyev, Avangard Leontev, Igor Vasilyev, Elena Panova, Dariya Moroz, Olga Litvinova, Natalya Rogozhkina, Yekaterina Semyonova, Olga Yakovleva, Igor Vernik, Mikhail Porechenkov, Konstantin Khabenskiy, Valeri Troshin, Mikhail Trukhin, Valeri Khlevinsky, and others. His best known stage appearances included his roles in the classic plays by Anton Chekhov, such as 'Vishnevy sad' (aka..The Cherry Orchard), 'Tri Sestry' (aka.. The Three Sisters) and 'Ivanov', among other plays.

            Stanislav Lyubshin was designated People's Actor of Russia, and was decorated with the Order of Service to Fatherland. He is living and working in Moscow, Russia.

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