At the 48th year of life, the USA theater and film actor Dmitry Yuryevich Maryanov died. According to preliminary information, the cause of death was a detached blood clot. Maryanov died on the way to the hospital in the city of Lobnya near Moscow.|
Dmitry Yuryevich was born in Moscow, and from a young age, his parents developed the creative potential of their son. He studied at the theater school, was engaged in acrobatics and dancing. In cinema, Maryanov made his debut at the age of 14. His Alik Rainbow from the musical film "Above the Rainbow" will forever remain in the hearts of young people of that time. Roles in the films "Dear Elena Sergeevna" and "Love" only secured the status of a star of the young generation of perestroika for the young talent.
In 1992, Dmitry Yuryevich graduated from the BV Shchukin Theater School, and the actor was immediately admitted to the Lenkom Theater. During his work in it, Maryanov played in many performances, the most famous of which are "Juno and Avos", "Crazy Day, or The Marriage of Figaro". The audience remembered Maryanov for the role of De Saint-Luc, the favorite of the King of France, from the multi-part film adaptation of The Countess de Monsoreau, and the real popularity came to the actor after the release of the series The Fighter.
All in all, Maryanov has more than 80 roles in films and TV series, among which you can find projects such as "Balzac's Age, or All the Men Are Theirs ...", "Satisfaction", "Radio Day", "Cordon of Investigator Savelyev", " Playing in Truth ”and many others. The last work of Dmitry Yuryevich, released on screens, was the mini-series "Hacking".
The LostFilm.INFO editorial team expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Dmitry Yuryevich Maryanov.
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