VORONOV Ivan Dmitrievich( Russian actor)
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Biography VORONOV Ivan Dmitrievich
Voronov, Ivan Dmitrievich (1915-2004), Russian actor. People's Artist of Russia. Born 6 (19) January 1915. Scenic activity began in 1935 at the Theater Vs.Meyerholda (later - guests), yet as a professional artist. In 1938 he graduated from the Theater School. Vs.Meyerholda, played Gostsentyuze (before 1941).
From 1942 to 1944 Voronov was in the front theater troupe to Russia in Theatrical Company (WTO), since 1944 played in the company of the Central Children's Theater (now - Ramtha). It was here, on the stage of children's theater, talent Voronova revealed in full. Here the artist created images, . included in the history of the national theater: Famusov ( "Woe from Wit" Sir.doc), . Nostril ( "Dead Souls" by Nikolai Gogol), . Caracol ( "Town of Craftsmen" T. Gabbe, . State Award, . 1946), . Umpanis ( "I want to go home" Mikhalkov, . State Award, . 1950), . Roman ( "The unequal battle" V. Rozov), . Zakhar Bardin ( "Enemies" Gorky), . Basil Prokofievich ( "The Tale of a lost time" Evg.Shvartsa) and many others,
1980-1990-ies found in the work Voronova new features. With age, perfected the characteristics of characters, skills Meyerhold schools: jewelry finishing gesture, the richness of intonation, facial expressions possession. This is most clearly apparent in such roles, . Fedor Nechaev ( "The Late Child" A. Alexina, . 1982), . Jean Valjean and Shanmate ( "Les Miserables" Victor Hugo, . respectively 1983 and 1989), . Dr. Pavlov (Alexei V. Ezhov, . 1985), . Dr. Katz ( "Life ahead" Adjara, . 1993), . Andrei Karlovich ( "Captain's Daughter" by AS Pushkin, . 1994), . Graf ( "Little Lord Fauntleroy" F. Barnett, . 1996), . Old Man ( "The Martian Chronicles" by R. Bradbury, . 1999),
Died Aug. 6, 2004 in Moscow.