Warrior Konstantin Naumovich( Actor)
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Biography Warrior Konstantin Naumovich
Born May 25, 1918. In 1938 he graduated from the All College Theater, where he was in the studio at the Nicholas Khmeleva, then worked as an actor and director in various Moscow theaters. In 1957, Constantine became a director of Warriors at the studio "Mosfilm", his debut kinorabota - the film "Sisters" ( "Two Lives"), from a story by AP Nilin. In 1962, the director of his scenario put a picture on the modern theme - "Newbie", starring Oleg Tabakov. In 1964, Konstantin Voinov based on the play by Alexander Ostrovsky comedy took off the tape "Marriage Bal'zaminova", marked and critics, and viewers. In this film director assembled a brilliant cast - enough to say that among other things, he invited George Vitsin, Lidiya Smirnova, Nonnu Mordyukova, Ludmila Gurchenko, Rolan Bykov. Two years later, Konstantin Voinov again successfully appealed to the classics, filmed novel Dostoevsky's "Uncle's Dream", the main role in this film played Sergei Martinson. Last work exceptional director and screenwriter was the satirical film "Hat" put them to the novel by Vladimir Voinovich. In addition, Konstantin Voinov, and he appeared in films, playing, in particular, in such paintings as "Gori, gori, moya zvezda" Alexander Mitta and "Golden Calf" Michael Schweitzer.