Birth name Nikolai Isaakovich Pastukhov NationalityRussie Birth 13 may 1923 at Surazh (Russie) Death 23 may 2014 (at 91 years) at Moscow (Russie) Awards Medal "For the Victory over Germany in the Great Patriotic War 1941–1945"
Nikolai Pastukhov (13 May 1923-23 May 2014) was a Russian actor.
Born on 13 May 1923 in the village Peski (now - the Bryansk region). At the age of 16 enrolled in drama school Bauman Palace of Pioneers to the teacher SV Sierpinski. In 1941 he entered the Theater School Shchepkin. Since 1945, he worked in TSTKA in Tambov Drama Theatre, the theater Contemporary, since 1958 - in DATS (now - TSATRA).
In the Central House of the Red Army first came before the Great Patriotic War. Drafted into the Red Army October 7, 1942 RVC Bauman Moscow. On the fronts with September 25, 1943. Was slightly injured. Musician musical platoon 308 LSKD. Guard ml.serzhant. In 1945 he returned to TSTKA. In 1953–1957 years - actor Tambov Drama Theater named Lunacharsky, in 1957-1958 - Theater Contemporary, in the years 1945-1953 and 1958 - DATS.
Died in Moscow on May 23, 2014 . Farewell to the actor held on May 26. He was buried at St. Nicholas Archangel Cemetery.
, 2h2 Directed byFred Schepisi OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Action, Spy, Romance ThemesSpy films, Political films ActorsSean Connery, Michelle Pfeiffer, Roy Scheider, James Fox, John Mahoney, J. T. Walsh Roles Uncle Matvey Rating61% Bartholomew "Barley" Scott Blair (Sean Connery), the head of a British publishing firm, is on a business trip to Moscow. He attends a writers' retreat near Peredelkino where he speaks of an inevitable New World Order and an end to tensions with the West. Attentively listening is a man called Dante (Goethe in the novel) (Klaus Maria Brandauer), who wants to be convinced that Barley means what he says. It transpires that Dante is in fact a renowned physicist who has secretly written a manuscript detailing the Soviet Union's nuclear missile capabilities.
, 1h44 Directed byAndreï Kontchalovski GenresDrama, Romance ThemesThéâtre, Films based on plays ActorsSerge Bondartchouk, Innokenti Smoktounovski, Vladimir Zeldin, Irina Kouptchenko, Nikolai Pastukhov Roles Iliya Ilich Telyegin Rating73% Serebryakov, a retired professor and his beautiful, much younger second wife, Yeléna, visit their country estate, which funds their urban lifestyle. Vanya, brother of the Professor's first wife, who manages the farm estate, and the local Doctor Astrov, both fall under Yelena's spell, while complaining of the endless ennui of their provincial existence. Astrov is an experienced physician who performs his job conscientiously, but has lost all idealism and spends much of his time drinking. Sofya, the Professor's daughter by his first wife, who works to keep the estate going with her uncle Vanya, meanwhile suffers from lack of esteem over what she sees as her own lack of beauty, and from an unrequited love for Dr. Astrov. Matters are brought to a head when the Professor announces his intention to sell the estate, Vanya and Sofya's home, to achieve a higher income for himself and his wife.
Ordinary village house where an old Russian oven peacefully coexists with a gas stove. On the walls of honor, pennant drummer communist labor, photos. Here lives the operator zernotoka one of the Ural collective farms Fedor Roznov. Now here comes Rozhnova in-law, who had just returned, as they say, from places not so remote. He got there because of his wife's eldest daughter Rozhnova Hope. Jealous of it to one person, gave vent to his hands, well ... Hope is not home - she lives in the city and found there seemed to be their happiness, and the yard runs her six-year-old son Sergei. In-law and father in law to be a difficult conversation.