|Name Otar Koberidze|
|Spouse Lia Eliava (m. ?–1998)|
|Died March 9, 2015, Tbilisi, Georgia|
Movies Aladdin's Magic Lamp, Commissar, The Tsar's Bride
Similar People Lia Eliava, Vladimir Gorikker, Aleksandr Askoldov, Boris Rytsarev
Otar Koberidze (Georgian: ოთარ კობერიძე; 17 December 1924 – 9 March 2015) was a Georgian actor, film director and screenwriter.
Koberidze was born in Tiflis, Georgian SSR (now Tbilisi, Georgia), where he graduated from the Rustaveli State Theatre Institute in 1948. He then worked at the Drama Theater in Sukhumi and Marjanishvili Theater in Tbilisi. He played more than 50 roles during his career at the film studio Kartuli Pilmi, including a memorable role of a 17th-century Georgian hero in the 1956 historical action film Bashi-Achuki. He directed ten films and wrote scripts for three films.
Koberidze was awarded the title of People's Artist of Georgia in 1967. He died at the age of 90 in Tbilisi in 2015. Koberidze was married to the Georgian actress Lia Eliava (1934–1998).