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Vladimir Aleksandrovich Steklov

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Name  Vladimir Steklov
Role  Actor
Grandchildren  Danil Steklov

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Spouse  Olga Vladimirovna Semlyanova
Movies  Yeltsin: Three Days in August
Children  Agrippina Steklova, Glafira Steklova
Similar People  Agrippina Steklova, Alexandra Zakharova, Vladimir Bolshov, Mark Zakharov, Egor Mikhalkov‑Konchalovskiy

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Steklov (Russian: Владимир Алeксандрович Стeклов; born 3 March 1948) is a Soviet and Russian actor.

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Biography

He graduated from the Astrakhan School of Theatre in 1970 and acted in more than 50 movies during his career. In 1999 he underwent basic cosmonaut training in preparation for visiting the MIR space station as a commercial guest to work on a film, but his trip was canceled.

Steklov has two children; one (Agrippina Steklova, born 1973) from his first marriage (to Lyudmila Moshchenskaya) and one (Glafira Steklova born 1997) by his current wife, Olga Semlyanova.

Selected filmography

  • Dead Souls (Мёртвые души, 1984) as Petrushka
  • Wild Pigeon (Чужая белая и рябой, 1986) as Kolya the "Gypsy"
  • Plumbum, or The Dangerous Game (Плюмбум, или опасная игра, 1987) as Lopatov
  • The Prisoner of Château d'If (Узник замка Иф, 1988) as Bertuccio
  • Gardemarines ahead! (Гардемарины, вперёд!, 1988) as Gusev
  • My Best Friend, General Vasili, Son of Joseph Stalin (Мой лучший друг генерал Василий, сын Иосифа, 1991) as Vasili Josifovich Stalin
  • The Inner Circle (1991) as Khrustalyev
  • The Master and Margarita (Мастер и Маргарита, 1994) as Azazello
  • Tycoon (Олигарх, 2002) as Belyenkiy
  • Konservy (Консервы, 2007)
  • Yeltsin: Three Days in August (Ельцин. Три дня в августе, 2011) as Pavel Sergeevich Grachov
  • Gagarin: First in Space (Гагарин. Первый в космосе, 2013) as Nikolai Kamanin
  • Molodezhka (Молодёжка, 2013-2017) as Ilya Romanovich Pakhomov
  • References

    Vladimir Aleksandrovich Steklov Wikipedia