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Occupation  Actor
Children  Vladimir Kvasha
Role  Film actor
Name  Igor Kvasha
Years active  1961–2012

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Full Name  Igor Vladimirovich Kvasha
Born  February 4, 1933 (1933-02-04) Moscow, Soviet Union
Died  August 30, 2012, Moscow, Russia
Spouse  Tatiana Kvasha (m. 1956–2012)
Parents  Vladimir Ilich Kvasha, Dora Zakharovna Kvasha
Movies and TV shows  Wait for Me, A Man from the Boulevar, Ku! Kin‑dza‑dza, The Straw Hat, At Home Among Strangers
Similar People  Mikhail Yefremov, Mariya Shukshina, Georgiy Daneliya, Mark Zakharov, Andrei Mironov

Igor Vladimirovich Kvasha (Russian: Игорь Владимирович Кваша; 4 February 1933 — 30 August 2012) was a Soviet and Russian theater and film actor. He was a leading actor of Sovremennik Theater. Igor Kvasha was one of the Sovremennik founders along with Galina Volchek, Oleg Yefremov, Yevgeniy Yevstigneyev and Oleg Tabakov. He was honored with People's Artist of Russia in 1978.

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Biography

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Igor Kvasha was born in Moscow, the son of scientist Vladimir Ilich Kvasha, of the faculty of Mendeleev Russian University of Chemistry and Technology. Kvasha graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School, where he was taught by Aleksander Karev. After graduation, he joined the Moscow Art Theater troupe and performed there for two years (1955-1957). In 1957 he started work at the newly established Sovremennik Theater, where he remained.

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In his last years, Kvasha hosted the TV talk show Wait for Me (Russian: Zhdi menya/Жди меня) on Russia's Channel One. Kvasha himself acknowledges that he has got there accidentally.

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He died in Moscow at the age of 79.

Selected filmography

  • Sergeant Fetisov as Tavrizyan (1961)
  • Adventures of a Dentist as Merezhkovsky (1965)
  • Property of the Republic as Lagutin, ataman (1972)
  • The Straw Hat as Lieutenant Emil Tavernier (1975)
  • Forever Alive as Vladimir (1976)
  • The Very Same Munchhausen as burgomaster (1979)
  • A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines as pastor Adams (1987)
  • Passport as Rabbi (1990)
  • The Master and Margarita as Stravinsky (1994)
  • The First Circle as Joseph Stalin (2006)
  • The White Guard as narrator (2012)
  • Ku! Kin-dza-dza (2013)
  • Honours and awards

  • Order For Merit to the Fatherland, 3rd class (30 March 2006) - for outstanding contribution to the development of theatre and many years of creative activity
  • People's Artist of the USSR (1968)
  • By the President of the Russian Federation (25 January 2008) - for his contribution to the development of Russian theater and film [6]
  • National Prize actor Andrei Mironov "Figaro" in the "For Service to the Fatherland theatre"
  • References

    Igor Kvasha Wikipedia


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