Boris Vasilievich Ruge (August 7, 1925, Moscow - November 22, 1990, ibid.) - Soviet theater and film actor. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1985). In 1936, an eleven-year-old Boris and his companion got to the cast selection for the film “A Lonely Sail White” and after listening was approved for the role of Petit Bachey. As a schoolboy, Runge starred in several more films. Boris Runge participated in the Great Patriotic War, he returned from the front as a junior lieutenant. In 1947 he entered the GITIS. After graduating from the Institute, in 1951, he joined the troupe of the Moscow Theater of Satire, in which he worked until the end of his days. After the appearance of the “13 chairs” Squash, where the actor became the professor’s professor, Boris Runge created a variety duet with O. A. Aroseva. He was buried at the Vagankovo cemetery.