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Films with the actor Vsevolod Larionov

Vsevolod Larionov


Vsevolod Dmitriyevich Larionov (September 11, 1928, Moscow - October 8, 2000, ibid.) - Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, People's Artist of the RSFSR (1978). Vsevolod Larionov was born on September 11, 1928 in Moscow, in the family of Dmitry Vasilyevich Larionov and actress Tatyana Alekseevny Focht — the great-niece A. B. Focht and M. S. Sukhotina [2]. He graduated from the Theater School at the Theater. Lenin Komsomol in 1950, after which he was admitted to his troupe. His mother was (along the line of the Wenksterns) great-niece of Sophia Hyacintova, who headed this theater. Vsevolod Larionov began acting in films while he was still a teenager - he made his debut in the title role of Dick Senda in the adventure film “The Fifteen Year Old Captain”. In addition to playing in the theater and cinema, Larionov voiced numerous cartoons [3] (“38 Parrots” and others) and films (Pierre Richard spoke in his voice in some films: “The Toy”, “The Tall Blonde in a Black Shoe”, “The Return of a High Blond ", Alain Delon in the film" Zorro ", Andrzej Kmititz in the film Jerzy Hoffman" The Flood ", etc.). Vsevolod Dmitrievich lived a substantial part of his life on Dynamo in the house 25A on Petrovsko-Razumovsky Proezd. He never shunned neighbors and people close to him. He was humble and sentimental with regard to people who were not his relatives, but knew him as “Uncle Seva”. Member of the CPSU since 1966 [4]. As a folk artist, Vsevolod Dmitrievich at the State TV and Radio Company, where he participated in the program "Good morning," always traveled by public transport, and many bus passengers to the Dynamo metro station, smiling, asked him to transfer 5 kopecks. He passed away after a serious illness on October 8, 2000 in Moscow. He was buried at the Vagankovo ​​cemetery.