Aleksei Guskov

Aleksei Gennadyevich Guskov (Russian: Алексей Геннадьевич Гуськов, born 20 May 1958) is a Soviet and Russian actor and producer. He was awarded People's Artist of Russia in 2007.

Aleksei Guskov
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Aleksei Guskov in 2011
Aleksei Gennadyevich Guskov

(1958-05-20) 20 May 1958 (age 61)
CitizenshipSoviet Union
OccupationActor, producer
Years active1985–present
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Early lifeEdit

Aleksei Guskov born on 20 May 1958 in Brzeg, Polish People's Republic (now Poland), where his father - a military pilot. Soon the family moved to Kiev, Soviet Union. After high school in Moscow, he entered the Moscow Higher Technical School named after Bauman. He studied at this school for nearly five years, but in 1979 dropped out and entered the Moscow Art Theatre School, from which he graduated in 1983 (course of Viktor Monyukov).

He started his acting career at the Moscow Drama Theater. A.Pushkin, where he worked from 1984 to 1986. In 1986-1988 - actor theater on Malaya Bronnaya, in 1988-1991 - Theater "Detective", then - Actor Theater. Nikolai Gogol. Currently Aleksei work at the State Academic Theater E. Vakhtangov. For four years he taught acting at the Moscow Art Theater School. He played more than 50 roles in movies.

Since 1994 he is president of the animation studio "F.A.F. Entertainment".

In 2000 he starred in one of his most famous and prominent roles - The border guard-smuggler Nikita Goloschekin in the series A. Mitta "The Border. Taiga Romance". He also served as one of the producers of the picture.

Personal lifeEdit

Was married to Tatyana (divorced), daughter Natalya Guskova.

Wife Lydia Velezheva, Russian actress of the "State Academic Theatre named after E. Vakhtangov", two sons Vladimir Guskov and Dmitry Guskov.

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1985 Personal File judge Ivanova Vladimir Klimov, a neighbor Olga Nikolaevna
1986 Plumbum, or The Dangerous Game school teacher
1991 Wolfhound Shura Volkov "Musician"
1992-94 Hot and others Pavel Borovsky TV series
1995 Bonanza Harry, chief guard of mining companies
1995 Single player Spirkin
1996-97 Strawberry district Nezabudko TV series
1998 Classic Juriy
1999-00 Simple Truth Igor, psychologist TV Series
2000 The boundary. Taiga roman Nikita Goloshchekin, captain TV mini-series
2001 Scavenger Nikolay, scavenger
2001 Garbage Man
2001 Suspicion Andrey Danilov, the investigator TV movie
2002 On the other side Volkov The Unknown TV mini-series
2002 Vovochka dad Vovochki
2003 Land Prokhorov, acceptance inspector TV series
2003 Diary of a Murderer Aleksei TV series
2004 Ragin Andrey Ragin
2005 The Turkish Gambit Kazanzaki
2005 Hunting for elk Cheryaga TV mini-series
2006 Enchanted land Prokhorov TV series
2006 Infidelity Petr Kozhemyakin, Major General TV movie
2006 Russian money Vasily golden eagle, a landowner neighbor Kupavina
2006 Tanker "Tango" Peter Arturovich Captain 2nd Rank
2007 1814 Frolov
2007 Saboteur 2: End the war Oleg, "Sherstyanschik" TV mini-series
2007 Father Alexey Ivanov
2008 Streetracers Mokhov
2008 Whoever extinguishes the light Petr Moiseev
2009 Le Concert Andreï Filipov
2010 The Weather Station Andrey Vedyankin, investigator
2010 Tula Tokarev Vasily Tokarev, Artem's father, Lt. Col. TV series
2010 Good weather Andrey
2010 White sand Volegov
2011 Love-Carrot 3 Edik
2011 4 Days in May Pavel, Captain
2012 Kraplenyy TV series
2012 August Eighth Kazbek Nikolaevich
2012 The White Guard (TV series) Malyshev, Colonel TV series
2012 Coma Valera Pustovalov
2013 Thirst Nikolay, Kostya's Father
2013 Love for Love Dr. Dolin TV mini-series
2014 Do not leave me TV mini-series
2015 Penguin our time Wsewolod Starych
2015 Godsend Trofim Rusanov
2016 Mata Hari George Lada TV series
2016 The Confessions Russian Minister Alexey Berzev
2016 L'idéal _ 2016. GIFT in tbilisi, artistic documentary film by shota kalandadze
2016 Polina Bojinski
2018 Elephant Valentin Shubin
2019 Union of Salvation Prince Aleksei Shcherbatov
2019 The Port
2019 Lev Yashin. The Goalee of My Dreams Michail Yakushin

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