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Emmanuil Vitorgan

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Years active  1962-presents
Height  1.88 m
Website  www.vitorgan.ru
Siblings  Vladimir Vitorgan
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Full Name  Emmanuil Gedeonovich Vitorgan
Born  December 27, 1939 (age 77) (1939-12-27) Baku, Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic
Spouse  Irina Mlodik (m. 2003), Alla Balter (m. ?–2000), Tamara Rumyantseva (m. ?–1970)
Children  Maksim Vitorgan, Ksenia Rumyantseva
Movies and TV shows  Charodei, Poor Nastya, Weather Is Good on Deribaso, Children of the Arbat, Startap
Similar  Maksim Vitorgan, Alla Balter, Ksenia Sobchak, Yekaterina Arkharova, Mikhail Svetin

Emmanuil Gedeonovich Vitorgan (Russian: Эммануи́л Гедео́нович Виторга́н; born December 27, 1939) is a Soviet, Russian film and theater actor, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1990). People's Artist of Russia (1998). He acted in over a hundred films.

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Personal life


  • First wife - actress Tamara Rumyantseva (1936), the marriage broke up in 1970.
  • Daughter Ksenia Rumyantseva.
  • Grandchildren - Alexander and Nikita. Great-grandchildren - Mark and Alisa.
  • Second wife - the actress Alla Balter (1939-2000).
  • Son Maxim (1972) - Film and theater actor, married to Ksenia Sobchak.
  • Grandchildren - Polina and Daniil.
  • Third wife - Irina Mlodik (1962).
  • Selected filmography


  • 1960 - A man with a future as miner
  • 1971 - King Lear as servant/Edgar (voice)
  • 1982 - Charodei as Viktor Kovrov
  • 1985 - Battle of Moscow as Yefim Fomin
  • 1990 - Frenzied Bus as Mr. Anouk, a member of the Israeli Foreign Ministry
  • 1991 - Anna Karamazoff as Prokudin-Gorsky, director
  • 1992 - Weather Is Good on Deribasovskaya, It Rains Again on Brighton Beach as Jack
  • 2003 — 2004 - Poor Nastya as Prince Pyotr Dolgoruky
  • 2004 - Children of the Arbat as Sergey Spigelglas
  • 2004 - Neznayka and Barrabass as Barrabass
  • 2008 - Radio Day as Emmanuil Gedeonovich, owner of radio station
  • 2010 - Sea Rex (russian voice)
  • 2014 - Black Rose as Colonel Gromov


  • References

    Emmanuil Vitorgan Wikipedia


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