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Vladimir Etush died

Image At the 97th year of life, Vladimir Abramovich Etush, a Soviet and USA theater and film actor, teacher, People's Artist of the USSR, a participant in the Great Patriotic War, died in a Moscow hospital. The director of the theater. E. B. Vakhtangova Kirill Krok.

Etush was born on May 6, 1922 in Moscow, although in the passport the year of birth of the future artist was indicated as 1923. In some families in those days it was customary to register boys a year later than Vladimir Abramovich explained such a discrepancy. Etush dreamed of devoting his life to the theater back in school, where he studied in an amateur art circle. However, he submitted the documents not to the acting, but to the directing department of GITIS. Here he was in for a failure, but Vladimir Abramovich was helped by the chief director of the theater. EB Vakhtangova Ruben Simonov. As a result, Etush was accepted as a volunteer at Pike, but the war prevented him from continuing his studies.

Etush volunteered for the front, and in 1943 for his valor and courage he was awarded the Order of the Red Star. In 1945, Vladimir Abramovich managed to graduate from the Theater School. Shchukin, and then he was accepted into the theater. Vakhtangov. Etush performed his first film role eight years later - it was Seid-Ali from "Admiral Ushakov". The artist was good at both dramatic and comedic characters, and many viewers remembered him for the films of Leonid Gaidai "Prisoner of the Caucasus", "12 chairs" and "Ivan Vasilyevich changes his profession." Etush's manner of playing allowed him to perfectly portray fairytale characters - the king from "The Old Old Tale", the fakir from the tape "How Ivan the Fool went for a miracle" and Karabas-Barabas from "The Adventures of Buratino".


The LostFilm.INFO editors express their sincere condolences to the family and friends of Vladimir Abramovich Etush.

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