| Valery Valeryevich Nikolaev|
23 August 1965 (age 50) (1965-08-23) Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Elmira Zemskova (m. 2014), Irina Apeksimova (m. ?–2001)
The Saint, The Power of Fear, The Ballad of Uhlans, The Terminal, The 5th Execution
Irina Apeksimova, Natalia Pirogova, Oleg Fesenko, Veit Helmer, Leslie Charteris
Valery Valeryevich Nikolaev (Russian: Валерий Валерьевич Николаев; born 23 August 1965) is a Russian film and theater actor, director.
Gifted actor and dancer Valery Nikolaev has choreographed five productions at the Chekhov MKhAT theater. He choreographed the musical My Fair Lady (Moscow, 2000), as well. In 1997 he traveled to Hollywood in 1997 to play in Phillip Noyce's The Saint. Nikolaev graduated from MKhAT, where he studied under the eminent Oleg Tabakov. It was during his studies with Tabakov that he met his future wife, Irina Apeksimova. After graduation, Nikolaev performed with the Chekhov MKhAT theater. Nikolaev is a serious dancer who excels at rock and tap. He trained at a university in Florida, where he received a certificate in tap dancing.
He performed in more than thirty films since 1987.
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