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Name  Mikhail Kozakov
Role  Film director
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Born  October 14, 1934Leningrad, USSR
Died  April 22, 2011, Ramat Gan, Israel
Spouse  Nadezhda Sedova (m. 2006–2010)
Children  Kirill Kozakov, Mikhail Mikhailovich Kozakov
Parents  Mikhail Kozakov, Zoya Nikitina
Movies  The Pokrovsky Gate, Amphibian Man, Hello - I'm Your Aunt!, 38 Parrots, The Straw Hat
Similar People  Kirill Kozakov, Maria Kozakova, Anastasiya Vertinskaya, Leonid Bronevoy, Alyona Yakovleva

Citizenship  USSR → Russia, Israel


Mikhail Mikhailovich Kozakov (in Russian: Михаил Михайлович Козаков) (14 October 1934, Leningrad – 22 April 2011, Ramat Gan) was a Soviet-Russian-Israeli film and theatre director and actor.

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Selected filmography

  • Murder on Dante Street (1956) — Charles Thibault
  • The Road to Calvary. Year 1918 (1958) — Valerian Onoli
  • Nine Days in One Year (1962) — Valery Ivanovich
  • Amphibian Man (1962) — Pedro Zurita
  • The Shot (1966) — Silvio
  • The Red and The White (1967) — Nestor
  • Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment (1971) — Gilmarde
  • All The King's Men (1971) — Jack Burden
  • The Straw Hat (1974) — Viscount de Rosalba
  • Car, Violin and Blot the Dog (1974) — musician playing violin and bass guitar and shashlik vendor
  • Hello, I'm Your Aunt! (1975) — Colonel Sir Francis Chesney
  • The Road to Calvary (1977) — Bessonov
  • The Star Without a Name (1978) — Grig
  • The State Border (1980) — Felix Dzerzhinsky
  • Sindicat-2 (1981) — Felix Dzerzhinsky
  • December, 20th (1981) — Felix Dzerzhinsky
  • The Pokrovsky Gate (1982) — Konstantin Romin
  • Mr. Decorator (1988) — Grillio
  • The Shadow, or Maybe It Will All Come Round (1991) — Caesar Borgia
  • Mania Giseli (1995)
  • The Fatal Eggs (1996) — Voland
  • Tribute (1999) — Scottie Templeton
  • We Are Playing Shakespeare (2004) — Narrator
  • Boris Godunov (2011) — Pimen
  • References

    Mikhail Kozakov Wikipedia


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