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Boris Livanov (1904–1972)


Boris Livanov was a popular Russian actor of Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT), best known as Pozharsky in the film Minin i Pozharskiy (1939). He was born Boris Nikolaevich Livanov on May 8, 1904, in Moscow. His parents were professional actors. Young Livanov was brought up in a highly intellectual environment of his parents' circle, he received an ... See full bio »

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Known For

Kreyser 'Varyag' Rudnev, Commander of the Cruiser the 'Varangian'
(1947)
Minin i Pozharskiy Knyaz Pozharsky
(1939)
Dubrovsky Vladimir Dubrovsky
(1936)
Deserter Karl Renn
(1933)

Filmography

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 1970 Kremlyovskie kuranty
Anton Ivanovich Zabelin
 1969 Yegor Bulychyov i drugiye
Yegor Bulychov
 1969 Stepen riska
Sedov
 1967 A teper sudi...
Bogutovsky
 1967 Kremlyovskie kuranty (TV Movie)
Anton Ivanovich Zabelin
 1966 Gibel eskadry
 1961 The Sound of Life
Uncle Maxim Yatsenko
 1959 Nakanune
Nikolaj Stakhov (as B. Livanov)
 1958 Esimese järgu kapten
Nikolay Lezvin - kapitan 1 ranga
 1958 Poem of the Sea
general Ignat Fyodorchenko (as B. Livanov)
 1958 Oleko Dundich
 1955 Mikhaylo Lomonosov
Mikhaylo Lomonosov
 1953 Admiral Ushakov
Prince Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin
 1950 The Fall of Berlin
Gen. Rokossovsky
 1949 The Victors and the Vanquished
Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovskiy
 1949 Stalingradskaya bitva I
Lt. Gen. Rokossovsky
 1947 Svet nad Rossiyei
Mayakovkiy
 1947 Kreyser 'Varyag'
Rudnev, Commander of the Cruiser the 'Varangian'
 1946 The Great Glinka
Czar Nicholas I
 1945 The Lost Letter (Short)
Cossack of the Zaporizhian Sich (voice)
 1945 Bez viny vinovatye
Grigoriy Lvovich Murov (as B. N. Livanov)
 1944 Sindbad-morekhod (Short) (voice)
 1939 Minin i Pozharskiy
Knyaz Pozharsky
 1938 Men of the Sea
Commissar Vikhoriev
 1937 Baltic Deputy
Misha Bocharov (as B. Livanov)
 1936 Dubrovsky
Vladimir Dubrovsky
 1935 Peter Vinogradof
Pyotr Vinogradov (as B.N. Livanov)
 1933 Enemies of Progress
Ataman Annenkov
 1933 Deserter
Karl Renn
 1929 Zolotoy klyuv
Major Tuchkov
 1928 Kastus Kalinovskiy
Mr. Starzhinsky
 1924 Father Frost (Short)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He and M.N. Kedrov directed Nikolai Pogodin's play, "Lenin-The Third Pathetique," and Anton Chekhov's play, "The Seagull," in a Moscow Art Theatre at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England. See more »

Alternate Names:

B. N. Livanov | B.N. Livanov | B. Livanov
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Trivia:

Father of Vasiliy Livanov

Star Sign:

Taurus

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