Anatoli Romashin

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 Romashin
Актёр Анатолий Ромашин в 1991 году.jpeg
Anatoli Vladimirovich Romashin

(1931-01-01)January 1, 1931
DiedAugust 8, 2000(2000-08-08) (aged 69)
Years active1955–2000


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.[1] 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.[2]

In recent years, he played in the Moscow Luna Theater [ru] 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.[2]


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.[3] Six months later the dacha was destroyed by fire.[4][5]

Selected filmographyEdit


  1. ^ Школа-студия МХАТ: 1950—1959 Archived 2016-01-07 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ a b Погиб Анатолий Ромашин
  3. ^ "Могила А. В. Ромашина на Ваганьковском кладбище". Archived from the original on 2013-07-05. Retrieved 2015-10-14.
  4. ^ Вдова Анатолия Ромашина Юлия : «Толя мечтал о чуде — увидеть нас с сыном через 20 лет» // KP.RU
  5. ^ Вдова Анатолия Ромашина вновь осталась одна // Экспресс газета

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