Anatoliy Beliy

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Anatoliy Aleksandrovich Weissman (Russian: Анато́лий Алекса́ндрович Вайсман, known professionally as Anatoliy Aleksandrovich Beliy Russian: Анато́лий Алекса́ндрович Бе́лый; born 1 August 1972) is a Russian film and theater actor. He was awarded the Merited Artist of the Russian Federation in 2006.[1][2]

Anatoliy Beliy
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Born
Anatoliy Aleksandrovich Beliy

(1972-08-01) 1 August 1972 (age 50)
NationalityRussian
OccupationActor
Years active1983–present

BiographyEdit

Anatoliy Beliy was born in Bratslav in 1972. He grew up in Tolyatti, where his mother and father worked on the construction of the Volga Automobile Plant.[3] Later his mother worked as a German teacher at a school.[4]

After graduating from school in 1989, Anatoliy entered the Kuibyshev Aviation Institute, where he studied in the specialty "electronic computers, systems, complexes and networks". In parallel with his studies at the institute, he was fond of playing the guitar, participated in KVN, played in the national youth theater.[5]

He took part in the people's youth theater, but later realized that the specialty he was studying was not for him. Beliy went to Moscow and entered the Mikhail Shchepkin Higher Theatre School (workshop of Nikolai Afonin), which he graduated from in 1995. He did military service in the Theater of the Russian Army.[6]

Since 1998 he has been an actor at the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Theatre, since 2003 - actor of the Moscow Art Theater. A.P. Chekhov.[7] On September 25, 2015, he opened the theatrical online readings of A. Chekhov's works "Chekhov is Alive".[8] Anatoliy has been interested in sports since childhood. He is a master of sports in acrobatics and has skills in fencing.

The pseudonym "Beliy" is a translation of the surname from the German name "Weisman" into Russian. He was often credited under the name Weisman.[9]

Beliy spoke out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and in July 2022 quit the Moscow Art Theatre and left Russia.[10][11]

Theatrical worksEdit

FilmographyEdit

Actor's workEdit

DubbingEdit

VoiceoverEdit

FamilyEdit

  • First wife (1995-2006): Marina Golub - actress and TV presenter. No children.
  • Second wife (since 2006): Inessa Moskvicheva - designer; she has a daughter from her first marriage - Ekaterina (born 1998). The marriage with Moskvicheva was registered on June 1, 2013.
    • Children from the second marriage: son - Maxim (born June 19, 2007), daughter - Victoria (born June 29, 2010).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Anatoliy Beliy". 24smi.
  2. ^ "Анатолий Белый, биография, новости, фото". UznayVse.
  3. ^ "АНАТОЛИЙ БЕЛЫЙ: Я люблю эксперименты". teatr.ru.
  4. ^ "Анатолий Белый: "В Новосибирске мне посоветовали попробовать восточную кухню"". om1.
  5. ^ "Анатолий Белый: от бандита до короля". Vesti.
  6. ^ "Анатолий Белый". Time Out.
  7. ^ "Артист МХТ Анатолий Белый: Моя душа - одна сплошная болевая точка}". Argumenti.
  8. ^ "Более 700 человек выбраны для участия в онлайн-чтениях "Чехов жив"". TASS.
  9. ^ "Анатолий Белый — о Христе, музыке, театре и гонках". RIA Novosti. 11 February 2020.
  10. ^ "Анатолий Белый уволился из МХТ и уехал из страны". Star Hit.
  11. ^ "Анатолий Белый против вторжения России в Украину". Gordon.
  12. ^ Romeo and Juliet. Dubbing
  13. ^ Alexander Pal voiced Festive Trouble - a new movie from the authors of 1 + 1

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