Andrei Abrikosov

Andrei Lvovich Abrikosov (Russian: Андрей Львович Абрикосов; 14 November 1906 – 21 October 1973) was a Soviet stage and film actor. In 1941, he was awarded the Stalin Prize. He appeared in 39 films between 1931 and 1972. His son, Grigori Abrikosov, also was a film actor.

Andrei Abrikosov
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Andrei Abrikosov (1935)
Born
Andrei Lvovich Abrikosov

(1906-11-14)14 November 1906
Died21 October 1973(1973-10-21) (aged 66)
OccupationActor
Years active1926–1972
ChildrenGrigori Abrikosov

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1930 Tikhiy Don Grigori Pantelejevich Melekhov
1932 Vstrechnyy Pavel
1933 Prosperiti
1933 Odna radost
1934 The Four Visits of Samuel Wolfe
1935 Lyubov i nenavist Red detachment commander
1935 Vrazhyi tropy Innokentiy Okatov
1936 Partiynyy bilet Pavel Kuganov
1937 Dawn of Paris Etienne Millard
1938 Lyudi doliny Sumbar
1938 Alexander Nevsky Gavrilo Oleksich
1939 Vysokaya nagrada Nikolay Mikhaylov
1939 Stepan Razin Stepan Razin
1940 Baby Stepan Stepanovich Kladov
1940 Pyatyy okean Leontiy Shirokov
1941 The Girl from Leningrad Lt. Sergei Korovin
1943 Prints i nishchiy Miles Hendon
1944
1958
Ivan the Terrible Parts I-II Boyar Fyodor Kolychev / Archbishop Philip
1945 The Turning Point Lt. Gen. Krivenko
1946 Morskoy batalion Lt. Sergey Markin
1948 Malchik s okrainy chlen TSK VKPb
1950 The Fall of Berlin Gen. Antonov
1950 Alitet Leaves for the Hills Nikita Sergeevich Los
1956 The Drummer's Fate Polovchev
1956 Ilya Muromets Prince Vladimir [Prince Vanda, US]
1956 Serdtse byotsya vnov Professor Klyonov
1958 Tsel ego zhizni Roman Aleksandrovich Azarov
1958 Delo Pyostrykh
1959 Virgin Soil Upturned Dobrov
1960 Podnyataya tselina Ippolit Shalyy
1962 Ispoved
1963 Generali da zizilebi Gardener
1964 Sekretar obkoma Artyom Artamonov (pervy sekretar sosednego obkoma)
1964 Sokrovyzhcha respublyki
1965 Svet dalyokoy zvezdy General Osokin
1965 Odinochestvo Danila
1967 Wedding in Malinovka Balyasny
1969 The Brothers Karamazov Samsonov
1969 Troye Stroganyy
1972 Ruslan and Ludmila knaz Vladimir

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