Famous in Soviet times, the psychic Anatoly Kashpirovskydivorced from his wife after 22 years of marriage. As it turns out, the ex-wife of the hypnotist was his ardent fan.
After the airing of the series of the movie "the miracle worker in the country was again reminded of the famous Russian time the hypnotist and psychic Anatoly Kashpirovsky. Namely, the audience was interested in the details of his own life, which the owner of such extraordinary abilities loved not apply.
However intervened correspondents. They learned that from 1 wife Valentina Anatoly Kashpirovskydivorced at the height of his own fame. Relatives of spouses in not so long ago occurred interviews explained that in consequence of constant performances and Anatoly Valentine's almost not seen. Immediately after divorce admirers of Kashpirovsky talking about the novel stars with 20-year-old woman Irina, periodically coming to his sessions. The famous healer and a fan from the Czech Republic were married on 24 December 1992.
But the happiness of the lovers did not last long. 1st statement on divorce Anatoly and Irina kashpirovskie filed back in 2011. Since 2005, the spouses do not communicate and live in different States. However for unknown reasons the application was withdrawn. About a month ago 75-year-old doctor and his wife, now living in the Czech Republic, officially divorcedwithout complaints division of property after 22 years of marriage, says Super.
At the same time, we note that the Kashpirovsky absolutely delighted with the movie "the miracle worker". "Soviet magician believes that the movie came out mediocre, and its extremely spoiled Bondarchuk. "I saw him many years ago, I have often sympathized with, and this sympathy did not disappear. Only reason he came into this movie and plays a role that fits my way to my actions? I sharply confused. Such person can do so yourself discouraged. Although this movie no me: no manners, no action, no facts. Mediocre script! Because you could make a very strong script. This movie is doomed to absolute oblivion," he said Kashpirovsky.