Gleb Strizhenov

Gleb Aleksandrovich Strizhenov (Russian: Глеб Александрович Стриженов) (July 21, 1923 – October 4, 1985) was a Soviet actor, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR (1974).[1] He was born in Voronezh, USSR. Oleg Strizhenov, who is also an actor, was his brother.

Gleb Strizhenov
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Strizhenov in 1974
Born
Gleb Aleksandrovich Strizhenov

(1923-07-23)July 23, 1923
DiedOctober 4, 1985(1985-10-04) (aged 62)
OccupationActor
Years active1957-1984
Spouse(s)Lydia Antonova
Children1

Partial filmographyEdit

  • Neobyknovennoye leto (1957)
  • Poyedinok (1957) - Mikhin
  • Zhizn proshla mimo (1959) - Petyka-artist
  • V nachale veka (1961) - Mikhail Maksimov
  • Zertvy (1961)
  • Tretiy taym (1963) - Yevgeniy Ryazantsev
  • An Optimistic Tragedy (1963) - Vtoroy ofitser
  • Sorok minut do rassveta (1963) - Konstantin Metelev
  • Korotko leto v gorakh (1964) - Ivan Yegorovich Letyagin
  • Do zavtra... (1964)
  • Me vkhedav mzes (1965) - Anatoli
  • Skvoz ledyanuyu mglu (1965) - Konstantin
  • Rakety ne dolzny vzletet (1966)
  • On Thin Ice (1966) - Karl Frankenberg - vrach
  • Skvernyy anekdot (1966) - Klerk
  • Neulovimye mstiteli (1967)
  • Arena (1967)
  • The Red and the White (1967) - Colonel
  • Prodavetz vozdukha (1967) - Willyams
  • Pervaya devushka (1969) - Accordionist
  • Glavnyy svidetel (1969) - Predsedatel suda
  • Unterwegs zu Lenin (1969) - Der Kommissar
  • Meine Stunde Null (1970) - Oberleutnant Netrebin
  • Missiya v Kabule (1971) - Gedeonov
  • Zimorodok (1972) - Sedoy
  • Vetrne more (1973) - Vasin
  • Earth and Sky Adventures (1974) - Stas' Father
  • Okovani soferi (1975) - Kalenic
  • Liven (1975)
  • Krasnoe i chernoe (1976) - Marquis de la Mole
  • The Days of the Turbins (1976, TV Movie) - von Schratt
  • Beshenoe zoloto (1977)
  • The Tavern on Pyatnitskaya (1978) - Gremin
  • Zamurovannye v stekle (1978)
  • A k nam tsirk priekhal (1978)
  • The Garage (1980) - Yakubov
  • A Few Days from the Life of I. I. Oblomov (1980) - The Baron
  • Per Aspera Ad Astra (1981) - Glan
  • Teheran 43 (1981) - Simon
  • Blistayushchiy mir (1984)
  • Kankan v angliyskom parke (1985) - Eduard Solelok (final film role)

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