Yevgeny Sidikhin

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Yevgeny Vladimirovich Sidikhin (Russian: Евге́ний Влади́мирович Сиди́хин; born 2 October 1964, Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) is a Russian film and theater actor and television presenter.

Yevgeny Sidikhin
Born
Yevgeny Vladimirovich Sidikhin

(1964-10-02) 2 October 1964 (age 57)
Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
(now Saint Petersburg, Russia)
OccupationFilm actor
Years active1989–present
Spouse(s)Tatyana Borkovskaya
Children3
AwardsState Prize of the Russian Federation
Websitesidikhin.narod.ru

Life and careerEdit

Sidikhin was born in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg, Russia), in 1964. He studied martial arts and boxing since the 4th grade and was a five-time champion in the City of Leningrad. After high school he was accepted into the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music, and Cinematography. However, in his freshman year, he was drafted into the army. He served in Turkmenistan and in the military intelligence in Afghanistan. After completing his service, he returned to LGITMIK and graduated in 1989. He worked at the Lensovet Theater and the Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater and had a brief career of a talk-show host at the Russian television channel NTV. He starred in his first film in 1991. Many of his roles take advantage of his martial arts skills and good looks; however, he always plays the emotional and human side of the character. Sidikhin's hobby is yacht sailing.

Personal lifeEdit

Yevgeny Sidikhin is married to actress Tatyana Borkovskaya and has three daughters: actress Polina Sidikhina, Aglaya Sidikhina (born 1998) and Anfisa Sidikhina (born 2007).

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Behind the Last Line Victor Dremov
1991 The Countess Nikita Shuvalov
1992 The Executioner Yuri Kirsanov
1992 Moscow Parade Gosha
1993 Children of Iron Gods Ignat Morozov
1993 Operation Lucifer Detective Zabelin
1993 The Last Saturday Oleg
1994 Two Brothers, One Sister Brother
1994 Russian Transit Alexander
1995 Wolf Blood Rodion Dobrykh
1995 Vaska Easoff Vanka Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Oscar
1996 Gisele's Mania Boris Kaplun
1997 Burnt by the Frost Lasov
1998 (2005) Mama Don't Cry Zubek
1998 Threesome Kostya
1999 The Barracks Precinct police lieutenant
2000–2006 Bandit Petersburg 1-10 Kudasov
2000 27 Missing Kisses Alexander
2000 House for the Rich Alexei Serebriakov
2001 Achilles' Heel Maxim
2001 Russian Beauty Yuri
2001 Salomeya Fyodor Yalikov
2001 The Cricket on the Hearth John
2002 Antikiller Barkass
2002 Backstage Anatoly Ivanovich Kuskov
2002 The Ark Skipper
2002 Falling Up Mason
2002 Spetsnaz Bezrukov (episode 7)
2003 White Gold Lomov
2003 Private Lives of Official Persons Anatoly
2003 Between Life and Death Ian
2003 The Cab Driver Ilya Orlov
2004 Women in the Game Without Rules Pavel Vesnin
2004 Big Girls' Games Vitalik
2004–2005 MUR is MUR Alexander Ivanovich Smirnov, a detective
2005 Tale about Happiness Victor Deryabin
2006 Family Dinner Victorov
2007 Kisses of Fallen Angels Roman
2007 After Life Artem
2008 A Woman in Berlin, a.k.a. Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin, with Nina Hoss, directed by Max Färberböck[1] Andrei Rybkin, a Soviet officer Received The Best International Film Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, February 2009[2]
2008 Bes, a.k.a. Demon Nikita
2008 The North Wind Vasily Klintsov
2008 Ice Kiss Shevchenko, a KGB officer
2008 Dead Souls General Shalamov
2009 Attack on Leningrad Korneyev
2009 The Inhabited Island Father-in-Law
2013 Pyotr Leschenko. Everything That Was... Colonel
2016 In the Forests of Siberia Aleksei
2018 Never Look Away [3]

AwardsEdit

  • 2000 – State Prize of Russia (for the film The Barracks)
  • 2002 – Best Actor in a Foreign Film at the film festival Constellation for 27 Missing Kisses
  • 2003 – Best Male Role in The Ark at the film festival Faces of Love in Moscow
  • 2003 – Diploma for Performing Excellence at the film festival of Slavic and Eastern Orthodox Peoples Golden Knight (Zolotoy Vityaz) for the film Between Life and Death
  • 2004 – Golden Eagle (Zolotoi Oryol) for the best male role in the TV series The Cab Driver

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Cockrell, Eddie (9 September 2008). "Review: 'A Woman in Berlin'". Variety.
  2. ^ Marshall, Carol (1 February 2009). "SBIFF '09: The Awards Are In". Santa Barbara Independent. Retrieved 11 March 2019.
  3. ^ Kiang, Jessica (4 September 2018). "Film Review: 'Never Look Away'". Variety.

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