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Konstantin Ernst

Name  Konstantin Ernst
Role  Director

Spouse  Larisa Sinelshchikova
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Born  February 6, 1961 (age 54) (1961-02-06) Moscow, Russia
Occupation  TV personality; Director General of the Channel One
Education  Saint Petersburg State University
Children  Anastasia Ernst, Alexandra Ernst, Igor Ernst
Movies  Night Watch, Day Watch, The Alien Girl, The Irony of Fate 2, The Edge
Similar People  Larisa Sinelshchikova, Leonid Yarmolnik, Yuli Gusman, Denis Yevstigneyev, Valdis Pelss

Parents  Lev Konstantinovich Ernst

Konstantin Lvovich Ernst (Russian: Константин Львович Эрнст) (born February 6, 1961) is a Russian doer, director, producer and TV personality, working as Director General of the Channel One. Ernst was director of the 2014 Winter Olympics opening ceremony.

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Biography

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Konstantin Ernst is the son of a biologist Lev Konstantinovich Ernst (January 8, 1929 - April 26, 2012), doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, member of the Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Konstantin was named after his grandfather (Father of Lev Konstantinovich).

Education

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He graduated from High School No. 35 in Leningrad. In 1978-1983 he was a student of Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Zooenginerniy faculty (Animal Science Department, Farm Animals), in Moscow. In 1983 he was graduated from Timiryazev Agricultural Academy with honor. In 1983 he graduated from Leningrad State University, Biology Department. He worked in various research institutes. When he was 25 years old, he received his Ph.D. in biochemistry.

Television

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From 1988 to 1990 he worked at the First Channel of the Soviet TV in the program "Vzglyad" (English: "Outlook").

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In 1991-1995 he was the author, presenter, director and producer of the television program Matador. He has implemented many successful projects, including a musical feature film Radio Silence (1988; director, producer), and a short feature film Homo Duplex (1989; director, producer).

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In 1995, he was appointed to the position of General Producer of the ORT Channel.

On September 6, 1999 he was appointed to the position of Director General of the ORT.

Personal life

His first wife was Anna Silyunas - a theatre critic person, mother of Alexandra Ernst (b. 1994).

His second wife was Larissa Sinelshchikova, born in 1963 in Mostovsky District of Krasnodar Krai, President of Red Square TV company, mother of Igor and Anastasia.

His third wife is Sofia Zaika, born in 1988 in Saint-Petersburg, daughter of banker Pabel Zaika, stilist, actress, mother of a daughter (b. 2016).

Awards

Konstantin Ernst was awarded various state awards by the Russian President for his activities in the Russian TV and Cinema:

  • Order «For merits before Fatherland»
  • 2nd degree
  • 3rd degree - for outstanding contribution to the development of national television and many years of fruitful activity.
  • 4th degree - for outstanding contribution to the development of domestic broadcasting and many years of fruitful activity.
  • Diploma of the President of the Russian Federation - for active participation in the preparation and holding of the Eurovision 2009 song contest in Moscow.
  • Order of Friendship (South Ossetia) - for objective coverage of events in the period of armed aggression in South Ossetia in August 2008
  • Laureate of the "TEFI" award in the nomination "The best production work" ("Old Songs About the Main Thing-3").
  • Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation
  • References

    Konstantin Ernst Wikipedia


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