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Years active  1958–2012
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Name  Anatoly Ravikovich
Role  Actor

Full Name  Anatoly Yuryevich Ravikovich
Born  December 24, 1936 (1936-12-24) Leningrad, USSR
Died  April 8, 2012, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Spouse  Irina Mazurkevich (m. 1976–2012)
Movies  The Pokrovsky Gate, Musketeers Twenty Years After
Children  Mariya Ravikovich, Yelizaveta Ravikovich
Parents  Yuriy Ravikovich, Lyubov Nisonovna Ravikovich
Similar People  Irina Mazurkevich, Mikhail Kozakov, Georgi Yungvald‑Khilkevich

Anatoly Yuryevich Ravikovich (Russian: Анатолий Юрьевич Равикович; December 24, 1936 – April 8, 2012) was a Soviet and Russian actor. He graduated from the Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy in 1958 and started to work at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur drama theater. In 1962 Ravikovich returned to Leningrad and started to work at the Saint Petersburg Lensoviet Theatre. In 1982 he appeared in Mikhail Kozakov's comedy film The Pokrovsky Gate. He was named a People's Artist of Russia in 1988. Anatoly Ravikovich died on April 8, 2012 in Saint Petersburg. He is survived by his wife Irina Mazurkevich, also a People's Artist of Russia.

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Selected filmography

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  • Agony (1974) as supplicant
  • The Pokrovsky Gate (1982) as Lev Yevgenevich Khobotov
  • The Blonde Around the Corner (1984) as store clerk
  • Musketeers Twenty Years After (1992) as Cardinal Mazarin
  • The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After (1993) as Cardinal Mazarin
  • The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin (2009) as Cardinal Mazarin
  • References

    Anatoly Ravikovich Wikipedia


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