Anatoli Vladimirovich Romashin (Russian: Анато́лий Влади́мирович Рома́шин; 1931–2000) was a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, director. He won the USSR State Prize (1977) and was a People's Artist of the RSFSR (1982).
Anatoli Vladimirovich Romashin
January 1, 1931
|Died||August 8, 2000 (aged 69)|
Anatoli Romashin was born in Leningrad on 1 January 1931. His father was a Russian, mother was an Estonian. His brother Vladimir (1932-2012) was an opera singer. He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (course of Victor Stanitsyn) in 1959. Since 1959 - an actor Mayakovsky Theatre.
The actor became widely recognized after the release of the 1974 Elem Klimov's film Agony, where Romashin played the role of Nicholas II.
In recent years, he played in the Moscow Luna Theater under the directorship of Sergei Prokhanov.
According to critics, Romashin was the perfect actor for the role of a Russian intelligent. His artistic career included a lot of such roles.
He was killed in an accident on the evening of August 8, 2000 near the town of Pushkino, Moscow Oblast actor was impaled by a huge old pine, that he was trying to chainsaw on his dacha. He was buried on the Vagankovo Cemetery. Six months later the dacha was destroyed by fire.
- The Hyperboloid of Engineer Garin (Russian: Гиперболоид инженера Гарина, 1965) as Dr. Wolf
- The Seventh Companion (Седьмой спутник, 1967) as white officer
- Strong with Spirit (Сильные духом, 1967) as Oberleutnant
- Hit Back (Ответный ход, 1971) as Major General Nefedov
- Agony (Агония, 1974) as emperor Nicholas II
- An Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano (Неоконченная пьеса для механического пианино, 1977) as Gerasim Kuzmich Petrin
- Where were you, Odysseus? (Где ты был, Одиссей?, 1978) as SS Sturmbannführer Karl Ehrlich
- Anna Pavlova (Анна Павлова, 1983) as Alexandre Benois
- And Then Where Were None (Десять негритят, 1987) as Doctor Armstrong
- Friend (Друг, 1987) as Friend's owner
- ^ Школа-студия МХАТ: 1950—1959 Archived 2016-01-07 at the Wayback Machine
- ^ a b Погиб Анатолий Ромашин
- ^ "Могила А. В. Ромашина на Ваганьковском кладбище". Archived from the original on 2013-07-05. Retrieved 2015-10-14.
- ^ Вдова Анатолия Ромашина Юлия : «Толя мечтал о чуде — увидеть нас с сыном через 20 лет» // KP.RU
- ^ Вдова Анатолия Ромашина вновь осталась одна // Экспресс газета