Belarusian movie stars died in 2010

Here are 1 famous actors from Belarus died in 2010:

Efraim Sevela

Efraim Sevela (March 8, 1928 Babruysk-August 18, 2010 Moscow) also known as Ä–fraim Sevela or Yefim Drabkin was a Belarusian writer, screenwriter, film director, film producer and actor.

Efraim Sevela started his career as a writer in the 1950s and went on to become a prolific author, best known for his works on Jewish themes. He wrote over 50 books, including novels, short stories, and screenplays. One of his most notable works is the novel "Goodbye, Boys!" (1962), which was later adapted into a film and became a Soviet comedy classic.

Apart from his work as a writer, Sevela was also involved in filmmaking. He directed and produced several films, including the 1978 drama "The Youth of Peter the Great," which won several awards, including the Lenin Prize.

Later in life, Sevela became interested in politics and was involved in public service. He was elected as a member of the Russian State Duma in 1993 and served as a deputy until 1995.

Efraim Sevela died in 2010 in Moscow at the age of 82. He left a legacy as a talented writer, filmmaker, and public figure who made significant contributions to the culture of Belarus and Russia.

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