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|Born||Daniil Alexandrovich Strakhov
2 March 1976
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
|Awards||Medal "For Strengthening Military Cooperation" (Ministry of Defense)|
Daniil Alexandrovich Strakhov (Russian: Дании́л Алекса́ндрович Стра́хов; born 2 March 1976) is a Russian actor. Internationally, he is the best known for his role of Vladimir Ivanovich Korf in television series Poor Nastya and Captain Lisnevsky in film Transit.
Daniil Strakhov was born in Moscow, He studied in an experimental "School of self-determination" of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences (based in Moscow secondary school № 734) under the leadership of Alexander Naumovicha Tubelsky. But before entering the theater school parents hired a tutor his son - actor in Malaya Bronnaya Theatre Oleg Vavilov.
In 1993, after graduating from high school № 734 (Moscow, lilac Boulevard, 58a), Daniil entered the acting department Moscow Art Theatre School. After studying for a year-to-date Avangard Leontiev, he transferred to the Shchukin School for a course Yevgeny Simonov.
In 1996, as a student of theatrical institute, Daniil Strakhov debuted in cinema, starring in a cameo in the film-grotesque Boris Blank "Career of Arturo Ui. new version" on the play by Bertolt Brecht.
In 1997, immediately after the Higher Theater School named Boris Shchukin, the actor was invited to the Moscow Drama Theater named after Gogol in the title role in Nicholas Ableukhov performance "Petersburg" based on the novel of the Russian writer Andrei Bely. In the theater of Gogol, Daniel worked for the year 1999.
From 1999 to 2001 g th years the actor has worked with the Mossovet Theater and the Moscow Drama Theatre under the direction of Armen Jigarkhanyan.
From 2001 to 2003 years and from 2009 to the present time, Daniil fear is an actor of the Moscow Drama Theater on Malaya Bronnaya.
In 2003-2004, Daniil played a major role (Baron Korf) in the Russian historical telenovela "Poor Nastya", which brought him popular spectator.
In 2006, by order of the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation "for the education of valor, patriotism and respect for the people of the military profession", Daniil Strakhov, among the entire team of the film, was awarded the medal "For Strengthening Military Cooperation" of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation for the role of lieutenant Pankratova military drama "Storm the gates". Awards to members of the cast and crew on the eve of the Victory Day celebrations gave Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov.
In 2000, Daniil Strakhov married fellow actress Maria Leonova.
|1996||Career of Arturo Ui. new version||Inna, a favorite of Ernesto Roma|
|1999||Let's get acquainted!||Vadim||TV Series|
|2000||Maroseyka 12: No more bets||Tolik Shatkevich||TV|
|2001||The Fifth Corner||Edik||Mini-series|
|2001 - 2005||Detectives||Slavik||TV Series (1 season)|
|2002||Brigada||Vitaly Suhotsky||TV Series|
|2002||Main roles||Sendi||TV Series|
|2002||Women's logic 2||Dmitry Tkachenko||TV|
|2003||Always say always||Dmitry Grozovsky||TV Series (1 season)|
|2003 - 2007||Evlampiya Romanova. The investigation leads the layman||Mikhail Romanov||TV Series|
|2003||The best city in the world||Anton||TV Series|
|2003 - 2004||Poor Nastya||Vladimir Ivanovich Korf||TV Series|
|2004||Always say always 2||Dmitry Grozovsky||TV Series (2 season)|
|2004||Children of the Arbat||Yuri Sharok||Serial Film|
|2004||Zvezdochyot||Victor Kostromitin||TV Series|
|2004||Torgashi||Nikita Ikushkin||TV Series|
|2005||Talisman of Love||Daniil Dronov||TV Series|
|2006||Always say always 3||Dmitry Grozovsky||TV Series (3 season)|
|2006||Storm the gates||senior lieutenant Pankratov||Mini-series|
|2006||Hot November||Oleg Radin||TV|
|2007||Gioconda na asfalte||Kirill|
|2007||Lubovy Na Ostrie Nozha||Alexander Loginov||Mini-series|
|2007||The Model (art)||Andrey Pozdnyshev, engineer|
|2007||Trial column||Anton Nikitin||TV Series|
|2008||A game||Azis, businessman|
|2008||Black Hunters||Alexey Demin, senior lieutenant|
|2009||Isaev||Vsevolod Vladimirov (Maxim Isaev)||TV Series|
|2009||Pravosudie Volkov||Mika / Alfred|
|2011||Collectors||Vadim Streltsov, a former commando||TV Series|
|2011||To the edge of the world||Edward Ivolgin||TV Series|
|2011 - 2012||Comrades officers||Leonid, magician||TV Series|
|2012||Zonnentau||Viktor Starostin "Shulc"||TV Series|
|2013||Caesar||Denis Zvyagin, police captain||TV Series|
|2014||Search for clues||Artem Sergeev, an expert criminologist||TV series|
|2014||Cold calculation||Igor Strelnikov, businessman||Mini-series|
|2014 - 2015||Leningrad 46||Boris Zemlyakov||TV series|
|2015||Fartsa||Gennady Shpalikov||TV series|
|2016||True Samantha Smith||Arthur Smith|
|2016||Lady disappear at midnight||Artem||Mini-series|
|2016||Family album||TV series|
Awards and nominations
|1988||Moscow Debuts Awards||Best Actor||Peterburg||Won|
|2001||Chaika Award||Fatal Man||The Picture of Dorian Gray||Nominated|
|2002||International Festival of Theatre Schools||Best Actor||Fatherless||Won|
|Youth of Century Awards||Best Actor||Nominated|
|2006||Constellation Festival||Special Jury Prize||Transit||Won|
- Daniil Strakhov at the Internet Movie Database
- Daniil Strakhov unofficial website (Russian)+(English)
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