People's Artist of the USSR Leonid Bronevoy died in Moscow after a long illness. This was reported on the official website of the Lenkom theater, where the artist served for many years.
Leonid Bronevoy was born in 1928 in Kiev. During the war, together with his mother he was evacuated to Central Asia, where in 1950 he graduated from the Tashkent Theater and Art Institute named after A. N. Ostrovsky. In 1953 he continued his studies at the school-studio. VI Nemirovich-Danchenko at the Moscow Art Theater of the USSR named after M. Gorky.
At the beginning of his career he served in various theaters of the Soviet Union, and in the 60s he finally moved to Moscow. From 1962 to 1988 - in the troupe of the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya, after that and until the end of his life, Leonid Bronevoy served in Lenkom.
He made his movie debut in the mid-60s, and real fame came to Bronevoy after playing the role of the chief of the Berlin Gestapo Heinrich Muller in the television series "Seventeen Moments of Spring", released in 1973. Many phrases of his hero became part of Soviet and then USA folklore.
He starred in such movies by the artistic director of "Lenkom" Mark Zakharov as "The Same Munchausen" and "Formula of Love", Mikhail Kozakov's picture "Pokrovskie Vorota ", other popular movies.
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