Kindinov Eugene Arsen'evich( Actor)
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Biography Kindinov Eugene Arsen'evich
born May 24, 1945 in Moscow. In 1967 he graduated from high school studio name V.I.Nemirovicha-Danchenko Moscow Art Theater and at the theater as an actor. In cinema Eugene Kindinov debuted in 1968, playing a major role, a Greek soldier, Vangelis, in the drama "The Punisher" directed by Manos Zacharias. Soon followed psychologically complex role Evgeny Nikitin in the picture Peter Todorovsky "Urban Romance". Wide fame came to Eugene Kindinovu in 1974, after the screens of the country lyric tape Andron Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky's "Romance of Lovers", where the actor's partner was Elena Koreneva. The role of Sergeant Kroshina in one of the best Soviet detectives "Gold mine", which set the director Yevgeny Tatarsky, only added to the actor's popularity. Incidentally, this same director, and again with Oleg Dal Kindinov played in the movie "The Adventures of Prince Florizel," and the role of Simon Rolls was one of his best acting work.