Vladimir Petrovich Ushakov (June 1, 1920, Moscow - July 17, 2011, ibid.) - Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (2000). In 1941, Vladimir Ushakov graduated from the Theater School. B.V. Shchukin. His teachers were outstanding actors of the theater. Vakhtangov - Vera Lvova, Cecilia Mansurova, Iosif Tolchanov, Leonid Shikhmatov. The beginning of the actor's way of Ushakov fell on the difficult years of the Great Patriotic War. According to the distribution, Ushakov got to the Drama and Comedy Theater, but from there he immediately moved to the front branch of the Maly Theater. From 1947 to 1950 he worked in Potsdam, where the Theater of the Occupation Forces Group was based. Upon returning to his homeland, he served a short time in the theater, which was headed by Mikhail Astangov. In 1952 he was accepted into the troupe of the Theater of Satire, in which he served for over 50 years. On October 27, 2000, Vladimir Ushakov was awarded the honorary title “Honored Artist of the Russian Federation”. In recent years, seriously ill. In 2007, he was urgently taken to a Moscow hospital, due to poor health and severe pain in the heart. The cause of severe pain was confused settings implanted in the heart pacemaker. In order to adjust the complex medical technique, the actor was transferred to a specialized clinic. He died on July 17, 2011 as a result of a third heart attack. According to the wife of the actor, he became ill during rest on the Klyazma reservoir, after which an ambulance was called. He died on the way to the nearest Moscow clinic. Condolences to relatives and friends expressed Mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin. Farewell to the actor took place on July 20 at the Institute. Sklifosovsky. A civil memorial service was held at 10 am, after which the actor was cremated. The urn with ashes is located in the columbarium of the Vagankovsky cemetery. His favorite number was 4, since it brought happiness.