Russian actors who deceased in 1986

Here are 2 famous actors from Russia died in 1986:

Andrei Tarkovsky

Andrei Tarkovsky (April 4, 1932 Yuryevetsky District-December 29, 1986 Paris) also known as Andrei Arsenyevich Tarkovsky, Andrzej, Andrei Tarkovski, Andrei Arsenevich Tarkovskii, Andrei Tarkovskij, A. Tarkovsky, Andrey Tarkovsky, Andrey Tarkovskiy, Andrey Arsenevich Tarkovskiy, Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ or A. Tarkovskiy was a Russian film director, screenwriter, actor, writer, film editor, theatre director and opera director. He had three children, Arseny Tarkovsky, Andrei Andreyevich Tarkovsky and Aleksandr Tarkovsky.

Tarkovsky is widely regarded as one of the greatest and most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. He began his career with the films "Ivan's Childhood" (1962) and "Andrei Rublev" (1966), which garnered critical acclaim and established his reputation as a master filmmaker. Tarkovsky's films were characterized by their metaphysical themes, long takes, and dream-like imagery. He was known for his uncompromising vision and his willingness to take risks in pursuit of his artistic goals. His other notable films include "Solaris" (1972), "Mirror" (1975), and "Stalker" (1979). Despite facing censorship and opposition from Soviet authorities throughout his career, Tarkovsky remained committed to his art and continued to produce deeply personal and thought-provoking works until his untimely death from cancer at the age of 54.

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Viktor Khokhryakov

Viktor Khokhryakov (July 26, 1923 Ufa-September 20, 1986) a.k.a. V. Glazunov, V. Kokhryakov, V. Khokhryakov, Victor Khokhryakov or Viktor Ivanovich Khokhryakov was a Russian actor.

He graduated from the Shchukin school in Moscow and worked primarily in theater throughout his career. Khokhryakov was a renowned character actor, known for his versatility in playing a wide range of roles. Some of his notable stage performances include the roles of Firs in Anton Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" and Shylock in William Shakespeare's "The Merchant of Venice".

Khokhryakov also appeared in a number of films, including "Alexander Nevsky", "Andrei Rublev", and "Ivan's Childhood", among others. He was awarded the People's Artist of the USSR in 1975 for his contributions to the performing arts.

In addition to his work on stage and screen, Khokhryakov was also a talented voiceover artist and dubbed the Russian-language voices for a number of foreign films. He was known for his distinctive baritone voice and skilled enunciation.

Khokhryakov passed away in 1986 at the age of 63. He is remembered as one of the most accomplished character actors of his generation, and his contributions to Russian theater and film continue to be celebrated today.

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