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 Andrey Rudenskiy


Born:   On January 26 1959

Russian stage and film actor

      

 Andrey Viktorovich Rudenskiy was born in Sverdlovsk (nowadays Yekaterinburg) on January 26, 1959 into the family of a lieutenant colonel. He graduated with honors from the Metallurgical Technical School and then studied at Architectural Institute. However, he understood that his vocation was different and entered the Shchepkin Theatre School. 

Till 2001 he played at New Drama Theater. He mostly got roles of romantic heroes, such as viscount de Valmon in Romantic Bonds. 
 
Rudensky debuted in cinema with the main role in the TV series Life of Klim Samgin after Maxim Gorky’s novel in 1986-1988. This role was highly appreciated by critics and brought him love of the public. Rudenskiy played the lead in the film Sea Wolf after Jack London’s novel, appeared in the film Brother of our God by Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi and Feodor Bondarchuk's epic Quiet Flows the Don. He played a set of roles in the TV series Maroseyka, 12, Empire under Blow, Kamenskaya-2 and others. Andrey also worked in commercials and on television. He is considered one of the most called-for actors in modern cinema.


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