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Mikhaïl Poretchenkov is a Actor Russe born on 2 march 1969 at Saint Petersburg (Russie)

Mikhaïl Poretchenkov

Mikhaïl Poretchenkov
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Birth name Михаи́л Евге́ньевич Поре́ченков
Nationality Russie
Birth 2 march 1969 (51 years) at Saint Petersburg (Russie)

Mikhail Evgenevich Porechenkov (Russian: Михаи́л Евге́ньевич Поре́ченков, born 2 March 1969, Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian film actor, producer, director. He became famous after his lead role as FSB Agent Alexey Nikolayev in the TV series National Security Agent (1999–2005). In 2008, Porechenkov produced, directed and starred in D-Day (День Д), a Russian remake of the 1985 American action film Commando.

In October 2014, Porechenkov was wanted by Ukrainian authorities for allegedly engaging in terrorist activities in Donetsk. Porechenkov was filmed firing a heavy weapon while wearing protective clothing with 'Press' markings. Ukrainian officials said they would charge him with "participation in terrorist activities of the so-called DNR" and participation in activities of "armed gangs."


Porechenkov was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg) in the Russian SSR on 2 March 1969, to parents Evgeny Mikhailovich Porechenkov and Galina Nikolayevna Porechenkova. His father was a Soviet Navy officer, and his mother was a building engineer. Since his parents were busy at work, he, in gereral, was reared until the age of 5 by his grandmother in a village of Pskov Oblast, and then, before going to school, he was returned in Leningrad. In the late 1970's, his father was appointmented as an inspector of the Polish Gdańsk Shipyard, where Soviet ships were built, thus, in the first years of schooling, Porechenkov had to leave Leningrad and move, along with the family, to the Polish People's Republic. There, he began to study in a Soviet embassy boarding school in Warsaw. During the education period, he became interested in sports, especially boxing. After graduating from the school in 1986, he went to the Estonian SSR, where he entered the Tallinn Higher Military-Political Construction College to earn a political officer degree. Despite sporting achievements—Porechenkov earned the rank of the Candidate for Master of Sport in Boxing after his successful performance at the college championship and municipal tournament in Tallinn, he was dismissed from the college in 1990, just 10 days before his gradiation. When he returned home from Estonia, he worked in a picture framing studio, and attended Armen Dzhigarkhanyan's class in the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), which he had not graduated from. In 1991 he entered the Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography (LGITMiK), Veniamin Filshtinsky's class, and graduated in 1996.
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Filmography of Mikhaïl Poretchenkov (4 films)

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1612: Chronicles of the Dark Time, 2h23
Directed by Vladimir Khotinenko
Genres Drama, Adventure, Historical
Actors Michał Żebrowski, Pyotr Kislov, Artur Smolyaninov, Mikhaïl Poretchenkov, Marat Basharov, Aleksandr Baluev
Roles Prince Dmitri Pozharsky
Rating56% 2.801362.801362.801362.801362.80136
The film is set in Russia during the Time of Troubles, a period of civil disorder, famine and Polish invasion that followed the fall of the Rurik dynasty, which had ruled Russia in various capacities from 862 to 1598. The protagonist, Andrey, had been a servant at Tsar Boris Godunov's court while he was a boy, where he became the sole witness to the murder of the tsar's family by the order of plotting boyars. Andrey is sold to slavery. Now, seven years later, he is bought by a Spanish mercenary, Alvaro Borja, who seeks to profit over this war by fighting for the Polish invading army. The company falls prey to a band of robbers and Alvaro is killed. Andrey and his friend Kostka know that serfs without a master are considered like runaways and will be hanged. Andrey disguises himself in his dead master's clothes and assumes his name, taking the guise of a "Spanish knight.
Liquidation, 10h44
Directed by Sergueï Oursouliak
Actors Vladimir Machkov, Mikhaïl Poretchenkov, Sergei Makovetsky, Vladimir Valentinovich Menshov, Ksenia Rappoport
Rating83% 4.1897254.1897254.1897254.1897254.189725
The year is 1946. World War II is over, but it doesn't mean that there is no one to fight with. The post-war city of Odessa is ruled by serial killer prison-escapees and former Nazi collaborators. Fallen into disfavor, Marshal Zhoukov is sent to Odessa by Joseph Stalin to handle the situation. Together with the head of the local criminal investigation unit, David Gottsman, Zhoukov begins a special operation cleanup post-war Odessa from crime.
The Heat
The Heat (2006)
, 1h35
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Aleksey Chadov, Olga Bolbukh, Artur Smolyaninov, Konstantin Kryukov, Agnia Ditkovskyte, Fiodor Bondartchouk
Roles Himself
Rating45% 2.2598652.2598652.2598652.2598652.259865
After three years a conscript sailor, Aleksey (Aleksey Chadov), comes back from the Black Sea Fleet to Moscow for a meeting with his waiting girlfriend, Masha (Maria Kurkova), and old classmates. Unfortunately, he finds out that his girlfriend is already married and has a child, then decides to spend the remaining time in a restaurant with his friends—an oligarch's son, Konstantin (Konstantin Kryukov), a beginner actor, Artur (Artur Smolyaninov), and a hip-hop artist, Timati. When their lunch is coming to the end, it appears that no one has money to pay the bill, except Konstantin's dollars which do not accept for payment. The rapper is decided to exchange currency at the nearest money changer, that will cause troubles.
9th Company, 2h6
Directed by Fiodor Bondartchouk
Origin Russie
Genres Drama, War, Action, Historical
Themes Films about terrorism, Political films
Actors Fiodor Bondartchouk, Artur Smolyaninov, Mikhail Yefremov, Aleksey Chadov, Konstantin Kryukov, Mikhaïl Poretchenkov
Roles Дэгало
Rating70% 3.548573.548573.548573.548573.54857
The film starts with a farewell ceremony in Krasnoyarsk, where a band of young recruits is preparing for their departure to their place of military service. On arrival at their bootcamp in the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan they meet their drill instructor, Senior Praporschik Dygalo, a seasoned veteran of several tours in Afghanistan and a brutal trainer who treats the recruits very harshly and forces them to take part in extreme physical exercises everyday. During their harsh and brutal training, the recruits overcome their differences and build bonds. Between the harsh training sessions, they receive lessons in operating dangerous plastic explosives and how to conduct themselves in Afghanistan.