Vladimir Mikhailovich Tatosov (Russian: Влади́мир Миха́йлович Тато́сов; 10 May 1926 – 24 December 2021) was a Russian stage, television, voice and film actor. He had an honorary title People's Artist of the RSFSR (1991).
Vladimir Mikhailovich Tatosov
10 May 1926
|Died||24 December 2021 (aged 95)|
Saint Petersburg, Russia
In 1946, he graduated from the drama school at the Sverdlovsk Drama Theater. In 1947, he was admitted to the troupe of the Saint Petersburg Comedy Theatre, after a while he moved to the Lenin's Komsomol Theatre. In 1963 he became an artist of the Gorky Bolshoi Drama Theater. In 1971 he moved to the Lenfilm film studio.
He performed a lot in the variety, one year worked together with Arkady Raikin.
In 2005, Tatosov published his autobiographical book And I Want to Fly.
A few days before his death, Tatosov was admitted to a hospital in Saint Petersburg with cancer. Soon he was transferred to another hospital, where he contracted COVID-19. Tatosov died from COVID-19 on 24 December 2021, at the age of 95.
- A Big Family (1954) as photojournalist
- October Days (1958) as Abram Gots
- Road to the Stage (1963) as Khachyan, assistant director
- The Salvos of the Aurora Cruiser (1965) as Yakov Sverdlov
- Tatyana's Day (1967) as Yakov Sverdlov
- Intervention (1968) as Imertsaki, card-sharper
- The Sixth of July (1968) as Yakov Sverdlov
- Mission in Kabul (1970) as Secretary of the Embassy of Afghanistan
- Hail, Mary! (1970) as Ignacio Mures
- Grandmaster (1973) as Sergey Aleksandrovich
- Failure of Engineer Garin (1973) as Tyklinski
- Ksenia, Fedor's Beloved Wife (1974) as Kondratyev
- The Straw Hat (1974) as Felix, Fadinar's servant
- Trust (1976) as Yakov Sverdlov
- Love at First Sight (1977) as Ashot
- Late Meeting (1979) as Vasily Mikhailovich Belyakov, painter
- I Shall Never Forget (1983) as Dr. Hakobyan
- The Twentieth Century Approaches (1986) as Baron von Herling
- Gobseck (1986) as Gobseck
- Bandit Petersburg (2001) as Moisey Lazarevich Gutman
- Deadly Force (2003) as grandfather Tarelka
- Streets of Broken Lights (2004) as Pavel Borisov