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Resting place  Komitas Pantheon
Role  Actor
Name  Frunzik Mkrtchyan

Years active  1945–1993
Nationality  Armenian
Spouse  Donara Mkrtchyan
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Born  4 July 1930 (1930-07-04) Leninakan, Soviet Armenia
Died  December 29, 1993, Yerevan, Armenia
Children  Nune Mkrtchyan, Vazgen Mkrtchyan
Parents  Sanam Mkrtchyan, Musheg Mkrtchyan
Movies  Mimino, Kidnapping - Caucasian Style, Aybolit‑66, Alibaba Aur 40 Chor, Nahapet
Similar People  Albert Mkrtchyan, Georgiy Daneliya, Donara Mkrtchyan, Vladimir Etush, Vakhtang Kikabidze

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Mher Mkrtchyan (Armenian: Մհեր Մկրտչյան), better known by his stage name Frunzik (Armenian: Ֆրունզիկ; Russian: Фрунзик; 4 July 1930 – 29 December 1993), was a Soviet Armenian actor. He is widely considered as one of the greatest Armenian actors of the Soviet period.

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Biography

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He was born in Leninakan (now Gyumri) Armenian SSR. He studied in Leninakan Art College and Theatre Studio, then graduated from the Acting Department of Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts and Theatre. Beginning from 1953, he performed in the Sundukyan Drama Theatre of Yerevan. He also directed many successful productions, the best of which was Maxim Gorky's "The Lower Depths". His cinema career began in 1955.

Career

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His famous roles in Rolan Bykov's Aybolit-66 (1966), Leonid Gaidai's Kidnapping, Caucasian Style (1966), and Georgi Daneliya's Mimino (1977) earned him a reputation as one of the Soviet Union's leading comedy actors. But that reputation sometimes overshadowed his real talent and emotional depth which he put into his roles in such classics of Armenian cinema as Yerankyuni ("Triangle") (1967), Menq enq, mer sarere ("We are Our Mountains") (1969), Hayrik ("Father") (1973), Nahapet (1977), Hin oreri yerge ("The Song of the Old Days") (1982), Mer mankutyan tangon ("Tango of Our Childhood") (1985). Among his many awards was the USSR State Prize for 1978. He died in Yerevan, Armenia, in 1993.

Personal life and death

Even though he was known as a comedy actor, Mkrtchyan's personal life was filled with tragedy. His first wife, Donara Mkrtchyan, became mentally ill and was sent to a mental institution for the rest of her life. Mkrtchyan became a single parent of two young children. His son inherited his mother’s mental illness. His daughter was killed in a car accident.

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When he died in 1993 thousands of people attended the funeral of their beloved actor. Frunzik Mkrtchyan is buried at Komitas Pantheon which is located in the city center of Yerevan.

Selected filmography

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  • Thirty Three (1965)
  • Kidnapping, Caucasian Style (1966)
  • Mimino (1977)
  • Soldier and Elephant (1977)
  • Alibaba Aur 40 Chor (1979)
  • The Tango of Our Childhood (1985)
  • Literature

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  • Հովհաննես Պապիկյան, Շուշանիկ Սահակյան։ Լույս ... Մհեր Մկրտչյան 80. Yerevan 2010. ISBN 978-9939537894
  • References

    Frunzik Mkrtchyan Wikipedia


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