Volodymyr Terentyevich Kashpur (* October 26, 1926 - † October 17, 2009) - Soviet and Russian actor of the theater and cinema, People's Artist of the RSFSR. Born in 1926 in the village of Severka of the Siberian Territory (now Klyuchevsky district of the Altai Territory). In the first profession a pilot, a participant in the Soviet-German war. In 1951-1956 he worked at the Volodymyrsky Regional Drama Theater named after AV Lunacharsky. Graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School in 1959 and was accepted into the theater "Contemporary". In 1961 he entered the troupe of the Art Theater. There are dozens of roles played there, including the Dark Guard (The Three Fat Men, 1961), Kazanok (Kremlin Chimes, 1963), Peklivanov (Battleship 14-69, 1963), Teacher ("I See the Sun", " 1964), Aleksandrovich (The Sixth of July, 1965), The Fair Bootman (The Kabala of the Saints), Zahar (Oblomov, 2003), Theodore (The White Guard, 2004), Firs (The Cherry Orchard, 2004). Kashpur was filmed in more than 70 films, including "Ballad of the Soldier", "Battalions of Asking for Fire", "Black Chicken, or Underground Living", "Cold Summer of Fifty-Third", "Taxi-Blues", "Wedding", " Fatal Eggs.