Russian actors who were born in 1987

Here are 12 famous actors from Russia were born in 1987:

Vladimir Garin

Vladimir Garin (January 26, 1987 Saint Petersburg-June 24, 2003 Sosnovo) also known as Vladimir Vladimirovich Garin was a Russian actor.

He is best known for his role in the 2003 film "The Return." Garin started his acting career at a young age, making his debut in the TV series "Zolotoy myach" when he was just 6 years old. He went on to appear in several other films and TV shows before landing his breakthrough role in "The Return," which won the Golden Lion award at the Venice Film Festival.

Tragically, Garin died at the age of 16 in a drowning accident while swimming in a lake with his older brother during the filming of a TV documentary. His death came just a few months after the release of "The Return" and shocked the film industry in Russia and around the world. Despite his short career, Garin is remembered as one of the most talented young actors of his generation.

Aleksej Demidov

Aleksej Demidov (August 24, 1987 Nizhny Novgorod-) also known as Aleksej Vyacheslavovich Demidov, Aleksei Demidov or Aleksey Demidov is a Russian actor.

He is best known for his roles in films such as "Kokoko" (2012), "The Ghost" (2015), and "Leningrad" (2019). Demidov's career in film began in 2009 when he appeared in the movie "Redemption". He has since then appeared in many other films, TV series, and theatrical productions. In 2016, Demidov became a recipient of the Golden Eagle Award for his role in the film "Bitva za Sevastopol" (2015). Besides acting, he is also known for his humanitarian work and is an ambassador for the "Save a Child's Heart" charity.

Ivan Makarevich

Ivan Makarevich (June 30, 1987 Moscow-) also known as James Oclahoma or Ivan Andreyevich Makarevich is a Russian actor, musician, drummer and composer.

He is best known as the drummer and co-founder of the popular Russian rock band "Mumiy Troll", which he formed in the early 1990s. Makarevich has won numerous awards for his music, including the MTV Russia Music Award for Best Rock Act, and has also appeared in several films and TV shows.

Makarevich began playing music at a young age, and was heavily influenced by classic rock and roll bands like The Beatles and Led Zeppelin. He formed "Mumiy Troll" with his friends in the early 90s, and the band quickly gained a large following in Russia with their energetic and catchy brand of rock.

Aside from his music career, Makarevich has also appeared in a number of films and TV shows, including the popular drama series "Kitchen" and the film "The Icebreaker". He is known for his charismatic and playful stage presence, and is widely regarded as one of the most influential and important musicians of his generation in Russia.

Aleksei Litvinenko

Aleksei Litvinenko (July 29, 1987 Omsk-) is a Russian actor.

He is best known for his work in theatre and television, and has gained a reputation as one of Russia's most talented young actors. Litvinenko has appeared in a number of popular TV series and films, including the popular Russian drama series "Londongrad". He has also had success on the stage, receiving critical acclaim for his performances in productions such as "Hamlet" and "The Cherry Orchard". In addition to his acting work, Litvinenko is also an artist and photographer, and has exhibited his work in several galleries throughout Russia. He is highly regarded for his creative approach to both acting and visual art, and is considered a rising star in the Russian cultural scene.

Aleksey Koryakov

Aleksey Koryakov (June 12, 1987 Omsk-) also known as Алексей Коряков is a Russian actor.

He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 2012, and began his acting career in the same year with a minor role in the TV series "The First Circle". Koryakov gained recognition for his performance in the television series "Jedi" where he played the role of Maxim. He has also starred in several other popular Russian TV shows such as "Zuleikha Opens Her Eyes" and "The Road to Calvary". In addition to his acting career, Koryakov is also a writer and has published a collection of short stories titled "Behind the Door". He has won several awards for his acting, including the Best Young Actor award at the Kinotavr film festival in 2016. Koryakov is considered one of the rising stars of Russian cinema and is known for his versatility and ability to portray complex characters.

Pavel Priluchniy

Pavel Priluchniy (November 5, 1987 Shymkent-) also known as Pavel Priluchnyy-Del, Pavel Valerevich Priluchnyy or Pavel Priluchnyy is a Russian actor. His child is called Timofey Priluchniy.

Pavel Priluchniy began his acting career in 2007 and quickly rose to fame after landing a leading role in the television series "The Teacher". He later went on to star in numerous television shows and films, including "The Liquidator", "Dukhless", and "Race", which solidified his status as one of Russia's top actors. In addition to his acting career, Priluchniy is also known for his philanthropic work, particularly his support for charitable organizations that help sick children. He has received several awards and accolades for his contributions to Russian cinema and society as a whole. In his personal life, Priluchniy has been married to actress Agata Muceniece since 2013, and together they have two children.

Azamat Nigmanov

Azamat Nigmanov (October 15, 1987 Omsk-) is a Russian actor.

He graduated from the Russian Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow in 2010. Nigmanov is best known for his roles in the films "Metro" (2013) and "Attraction" (2017). He has also appeared in several popular television series including "Law of the Lawless" (2010) and "Major" (2014-2015). In addition to his acting career, Nigmanov is a talented musician and often combines his love for music and acting in his work. He has released several singles and music videos that showcase his unique blend of pop and hip-hop. Nigmanov is considered one of the most promising young actors in Russia today.

Artyom Tsukanov

Artyom Tsukanov (December 23, 1987 Zlatoust-) a.k.a. Artyom Vasil'evich Tsukanov is a Russian actor and singer.

He was born in Zlatoust, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia. Tsukanov started his acting career in theatre, before transitioning into film and television. He made his screen debut in the Russian TV series Happy Together in 2009. He has since appeared in several popular Russian films and TV shows such as The Method, The Last Trial, The Road to Calvary, and Gogol.

Apart from acting, Tsukanov is also a talented singer. He has released several music albums in Russia and frequently performs live concerts. His music style ranges from pop to rock, and he often incorporates elements of traditional Russian folk music into his songs.

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Tsukanov is also involved in philanthropic causes. He is an ambassador for the charity organization "Change One Life," which supports children in need and provides them with access to education and healthcare.

Andrej Lunusjkin

Andrej Lunusjkin (June 26, 1987 Moscow-) is a Russian actor.

He graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in 2009 and has since appeared in numerous Russian TV series and films. Lunusjkin gained recognition for his role in the popular TV series "Kitchen" where he played the character of Vikentiy. He has also starred in other successful TV shows such as "The Method" and "A Patient's Revenge". In addition to his acting career, Lunusjkin is also known for his work as a stage director and producer. He has directed several theatrical productions in Moscow and has been awarded for his contributions to the Russian theater. Beyond his career, Lunusjkin is also involved in various charitable causes and has been recognized for his philanthropy work.

Ivan Koumaev

Ivan Koumaev (October 16, 1987 Khabarovsk-) is a Russian actor.

He is most well-known for his work as a dancer and choreographer. Ivan began dancing at a young age and rose to prominence after appearing on the television show "So You Think You Can Dance" in 2006. He went on to become a featured dancer on tours with Justin Timberlake, Janet Jackson, and Jennifer Lopez. Ivan has also worked as a choreographer for various artists, including Selena Gomez and Jason Derulo. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Ivan is an advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about his struggles with anxiety and depression.

Iznaur Ortsuev

Iznaur Ortsuev (October 4, 1987 Grozny-) also known as Timur Ortsuev or Iznaur Sultanovich Ortsuev is a Russian actor.

He began his acting career in 2009, appearing in the film "Tayna zheleznoy dveri" and has since gone on to star in several other films and TV shows. Some of his notable roles include the character of Arslan in the TV series "Fartsa" and Prince David in the film "The Guard" (2015). Ortsuev has also been recognized for his work on stage, winning the Best Actor award at the Russian National Theater Award for his performance in the play "Requiem for Radames" in 2016. In addition to acting, Ortsuev is also a trained martial artist and has competed in several competitions.

Vasily Lykshin

Vasily Lykshin (January 27, 1987 Odintsovsky District-October 18, 2009 Moscow) otherwise known as Vasya Lykshin or Vasily Sergeyevich Lykshin was a Russian actor. He had one child, Keira Lykshina.

Lykshin graduated from the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in St. Petersburg, where he was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. He is best known for his roles in the films "Vysotsky: Thank God I'm Alive" (2011) and "Fizruk" (2014-2015). Lykshin was also a popular stage actor and appeared in numerous theatrical productions across Russia. He passed away at the age of 22 due to complications from pneumonia. Despite his short career, Lykshin is remembered as a talented actor and is still celebrated by audiences in Russia today.

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