|Years active 1981-2000|
|Name Mamuka Kikaleishvili|
|Full Name Mamuka Andreyevich Kikaleishvili|
Born August 10, 1960 (1960-08-10) Tbilisi, Georgia
Died May 3, 2000, Moscow, Russia
Parents Andrei Mikhailovich Kikaleishvili, Leila Abrekovna Dzigrashvili
Movies Weather Is Good on Deribaso, Passport, Moscow, The Scoundrel
Similar People Vagif Mustafayev, Leonid Gaidai, Ramiz Fataliyev, Georgiy Daneliya, Vadim Yusov
Nominations Nika Award for Best Actor
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Mamuka Kikaleishvili (Georgian: მამუკა კიკალეიშვილი, Russian: Мамука́ Андре́евич Кикалейшви́ли; August 10, 1960 – May 3, 2000 was a Georgian actor and film director.
Born in Tbilisi in 1960, he graduated from Tbilisi Theatre Institute (1981) and worked for Marjanishvili National Academic Drama Theatre until 1984. In 1984, he was employed by the Georgia Film studio. Throughout his career, Mamuka Kikaleishvili performed in leading and secondary roles in a number of films produced in USSR, Russia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. At the 1988 international festival in Gabrovo, Bulgaria, he won a prize for the best comedy actor. In 1992, he made his debut as a director and co-directed Fallen Angel (Georgia) with Levon Uzunian.
Later in his life, he worked for the Georgian Embassy in Moscow where he died in 2000.