Georgian actors died at age 74

Here are 1 famous actors from Georgia died at 74:

Zurab Kapianidze

Zurab Kapianidze (April 1, 1937 Racha-July 4, 2011 Georgia) also known as Zura Qapianidze was a Georgian actor.

He graduated from the Rustaveli Theatre and Film Georgia State University and began his career as an actor in 1963. He quickly rose to fame with his impressive performances in both dramatic and comedic roles on stage, television, and film.

Kapianidze was a versatile actor who could convincingly embody a wide range of characters. Some of his popular roles include the comedic character "Mimino" in the 1977 film of the same name, and the elder brother in the 1979 film "Small Towns' Chronicle".

Throughout his career, Kapianidze won several awards, including the Shota Rustaveli State Prize for his contribution to Georgian theatre.

Kapianidze was also a noted humanitarian and philanthropist. He served as the chairman of the Georgian AIDS Union and actively supported HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns.

He passed away on July 4, 2011, at the age of 74, leaving behind a legacy as one of Georgia's most beloved actors.

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