Merited Artist of the RSFSR (10/20/1981). On November 6, 1954, a student of the linear production department of the Sormovsky Technical School, Viktor Mikhailov, woke up famous. On the eve of the stage of the Palace of Culture, he played Lukonin's earring in the play “The guy from our city”. Having tasted success, leaving the thought of the foundry, Viktor Mikhailov gave himself up to hard work in the light genre of operetta: he sang, danced and ... dreamed of learning. He left his native Sormovo, entered the Moscow School at the Maly Theater. Something as shod-dressed and very capable, he was constantly taking care of his teacher - the “great old woman” VN. Plowed. When the main director of the Khabarovsk drama SA Benkendorf arrived in Moscow and beckoned to the pupils of the Maly Theater in the Far East, Victor caught fire. And left. I made three films: "Father and Son" (1979), "Eternal Call" (1973-1983), "It was the month of May" (1970).