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Actor Semyon Farada Dies
24.08.2009 11:45
Actor Semyon Farada Dies

The famous Russian film and theatre actor Semyon Farada died on the 20th of August at the age of 76. In recent years the actor had appeared neither in cinema nor on stage because of his poor health.
      
      Semyon L'vovich Ferdman (his real surname) played in over a hundred movies, but being a small man, hardly ever got big roles. As any episode actor he gained the viewers love little by little. Separate small roles, cues, and glances cast from the screen quickly accumulated into an image of a very talented and great actor.
      
      Semyon Farada will be laid to rest in Troekurovskoe Cemetery on Monday, August 24, 2009.
      
      Source: kleo.ru
      


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