Famous comic actor, a star of the television series "Real boys" Anton Bogdanov said in his interview about his own personal life. He confessed that he felt a painful divorce, the organizer of which was his wife. She had failed him to forgive frequent absence.
Artists Nikolai Naumov, Vladimir Selivanov and Anton Bogdanov suddenly became famous after the television Comedy series about Perm young people "Real boys". For 5 years, that is, the series in the lives of the actors was a large number of changes. For example, not so long ago the wife presented to Nikolai Naumov long-awaited son. But Anton Bogdanov divorced.
"I always knew how to look after. At school I liked 2 twins - Katia and Sveta. In high school there was another girl Katya. Were friends, they kissed. Attached glory of womanizer. After that, the truth, faithfulness was brought to the fact that broke the marriage with his wife Pauline. She was a dancer. We lived together for 8 years. Married when filming "Real boys". Gave birth to her son Damian. I remember when I autograph took a man who was delivering, Polina cried out: "Maybe we have to give birth to start, not to get autographs?!" Then started the star tours "Real boys" in Russia. And there is everything. It's not a physical change, but that I was not in the family. Wanted a wife to return, but she had other. I fell on the year in depression. Not easy, because I had humority on stage to play. Thank God, at this moment relations with the former spouse has leveled off," he said, Anton Bogdanov "Express newspaper".
Popular actor admits that regrets that he had failed to save the marriage: "What would currently Polina family might be, it is incomplete. She has a new spouse, child, son, surrounded with care, but better if we all lived together. Polina me madly in love. Next year after parting she wrote esamaku: "the Goat, all because of you". But we have decided all peaceably: I pay child support, have full responsibility as a father. The Demian 3 and a half years, and growth is already meter. Just turns me."