Peter Aleynikov

Peter Martinovich Aleynikov
Peter Martinovich Aleynikov was born July 12 in 1914 in the village of Krivel (Belarus). The boy's parents had died in the early 1920s. He himself was brought up in Mogilev children's commune. In 1931, young Peter came to Leningrad and received a course of Sergei Gerasimov at the Leningrad Institute of Performing Arts.

As a student, he appeared in small roles — "Meeting" (1932), "Peasants" (1935). But the really famous he became, thanks to her role in the film Moliboga Petka "Seven Brave" (1936). This film is about a young polar explorers directed has become very popular in the Soviet Union.

Also have more luck for the actor films "Tractor" (1939), "The Little Humpbacked Horse" (1940), "The sky of Moscow" (1944) and "The Big Life" (1946). After these films Aleynikov was the subject of adoration of the Soviet Union. Kinoobraz who created the talented actor on the screen, bribed his sincerity and charm. His character has a simple folk humor and were not just formulaic characters, who called for something.

But in 1950 came the decline in the film career Aleynikov, it is rarely invited to appear, and then only in tiny episodes. In many ways, this was due to personal lack of discipline of the actor, and in the end he was behind a large cinema. He worked with the creative teams of the Moscow theaters, going to concerts at the periphery.

Pyotr Aleynikov had two children: a son later became a cameraman Taras, daughter Arina — actress.

Aleynikov's last work in film was the movie "thirst quencher", was released in 1965. For a lead role in the film, Peter Martinovich posthumously in 1968, won the prize Union Film Festival.

Peter died Martynovych Aleynikov June 9 in 1965 in Moscow. He was buried in the Novodevichy Cemetery.

Work of the famous Soviet film is dedicated to the actor, "Peter Martinovich and years of high life" (1974).