Russian movie stars died in 1974

Here are 2 famous actors from Russian Empire died in 1974:

Julián de Meriche

Julián de Meriche (November 27, 2014 Russian Empire-July 27, 1974 Mexico City) also known as Julien de Meriche, Vladimir Lipkies Chazan, Julien de Meriche y su Conjunto, Julien de Meriche y sus Meriche Girls or Julién de Meriche was a Russian actor and choreographer. He had three children, Ivan Lipkies, Ivette Lipkies and Goretti Lipkies.

De Meriche was born to a Jewish family in the Russian Empire, later relocating to Berlin where he honed his skills as a dancer and choreographer. He eventually moved to Mexico in 1936, where he became a prominent figure in the entertainment industry. De Meriche is particularly remembered for his work in the film industry, choreographing dance sequences in Mexican films such as "Ahi Esta el Detalle" and "Calabacitas Tiernas". He also founded his own dance company, known as Julien de Meriche y su Conjunto, which performed across Mexico and the United States. De Meriche continued to work in the entertainment industry until his death in 1974.

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Pavel Pavlov

Pavel Pavlov (February 23, 1885-April 23, 1974) also known as P. Pavlov, Polikarp Pavlov, Pawel Pawloff, Pawel Pawlow or Polycarpe Pavloff was a Russian actor.

He was born in Moscow, Russia and began his acting career in 1906. Pavlov became popular for his roles in silent films during the era of Russian cinema. He starred in films such as "Stenka Razin" (1908) and "Shinel" (1917). In 1923, he immigrated to France and continued his acting career in French films. Pavlov appeared in films such as "Casanova" (1927) and "The Count of Monte Cristo" (1934). He eventually settled in the United States in the 1940s, where he continued acting in films such as "The Conspirators" (1944) and "The Great Sinner" (1949). Pavlov passed away on April 23, 1974, in Los Angeles, California.

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