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Films with the actor Vyacheslav Bogachev

Vyacheslav Bogachev


Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Bogachev (August 29, 1937 - October 14, 2000) - Soviet and Russian theater and film actor, director, People's Artist of the RSFSR (1984). Born on August 29, 1937. In 1958 he graduated from GITIS and went to work in the theater. Lenin Komsomol, where he worked for almost six seasons. From 1964 he was an actor and director of the Moscow Operetta Theater, where he worked for more than 35 years. Vyacheslav Bogachyov continued the traditions of the great galaxy of comedians of the Moscow Operetta - G. M. Yaron, V. S. Volodina, S. M. Anikeev, V. I. Alchevsky, creating a series of grotesque images: mostly brightly satirical in Soviet musical comedies and charmingly crafty operettas by J. Offenbach, I. Strauss, I. Kalman, F. Lehar, and others. Among Bogachev's best works are the boyar Sapun-Tyufyakin (“Girl Trouble”), Napoleon (“Catherine”), Cavalcados (“Kiss Chanity "), Rasplyuev (" Krechinsky's Wedding "). As a director, he staged 4 performances on the stage of the Moscow Operetta, and also staged a musical fairy tale, "Shiver-obvori" by G. Gladkov and Y. Entin at the Moscow City Theater. Engaged in dubbing. His dubbing works are famous cartoon characters: Professor Norton Nimnul from Chip and Dale to the Rescue, characters from the animated series Miracles in Turns, Little Mermaid and Goofy and His Team. He participated in sounding “Ninja Turtles” into Russian, where he dubbed Michelangelo, Splinter and Shredder in the last episodes, was our “voice” of Winnie the Pooh in the eponymous Disney series. He was married twice. The first wife is the actress Ella Burova, their son is the opera singer (tenor) Vladimir Bogachev. The second wife is Kuzmichyova ZV, the daughter is Daria. He died on the 64th year of life on October 14, 2000. He was buried at the 24th section of the Vagankovo ​​cemetery.