Born on February 14, 1950 in the village of Nikanovo, Chagodoshchensky District, Vologda Region. Toli's mother, Euphrosyne Alexandrovna, was from a peasant family. While she was still alive, she told me that she had given birth to Tolya in the field on the way to the hospital, and already with the child arrived there on a cart. Anatoly's childhood passed in the village, where he, as told later, was the only boy, all the rest were girls, and therefore he was spoiled by the attention of representatives of the opposite sex. Everyone loved him. Father Anatoly, Korsakov Mikhail Maksimovich, even before the birth of Tolley was sent to another village for logging. Her father called Efrosinya Alexandrovna, Tolya's mother, to herself, but she refused to leave her village. Subsequently, Anatoly's father met another woman and married her. Throughout his life, Anatoly never saw his father. He graduated from the Leningrad State Institute of Culture named after N.K. Krupskaya (1978, course of SA Chistyakov). He was an actor of the Kokchetav Theater. In the summer of 1985, Anatoly Mikhailovich became a participant in the cultural program of the XII World Festival of Youth and Students in Moscow. In January 1989, the actor was admitted to the membership of the Union of Theater Workers of the RSFSR (now the Union of Theater Workers of the Russian Federation). Since June 1992 - member of the Confederation of Unions of Cinematographers. Since 1993 - member of the Guild of Cinema Actors of St. Petersburg. Anatoly Mikhailovich died in the early morning of June 29, 2005 in St. Petersburg from croupous inflammation of the lungs. The actor was buried on July 2 in the birth grave of the cemetery in the village of Kisielnya, Volkhovsky district of the Leningrad region. Great talent, professional diligence, human charm and a great, creative love of Anatoly Mikhailovich for his profession are worthy of reverence.