Alexander Ivanov

Alexander Ivanov
Alexander Ivanov was born December 9 in 1936 in Moscow, the son of the artist. Up to 30 years, he was a teacher of descriptive geometry at the Moscow College and occasionally wrote romantic poetry. And in late 1962, he moved to the poetic parodies and epigrams. They brought him fame and became his literary profession, although owned by the pen of the writer, and a number of articles, pamphlets, notes.

His creations impersonator sent in the "Literary Gazette," which quickly made out of his talent. In 1968 he published his first book of parodies — "Love and mustard", and in 1970 he was admitted to the Union of Writers. Then comes a collection of "Laughing and Crying", "Not my voice," "From that ...", "On the two ends" and others.

Alexander Ivanov for many years with their works performed on stage, played a few small roles in movies. This success came to him in the "Around the laughter." The lead of this transfer was to be a , but his employment is not allowed to transmit regularly. As the leading Ivanov tried — and he led the transfer of thirteen years, from 1978 to 1991.

With the popularity of the transmission, the authors stood in line to get under his pen apt. They searched for him, themselves noted in the text of the places that are best suited for parody. Attention Ivanov then meant career take off for any poet. Under the pen fell Ivanov , , Kazakov and many others.

Through the program "Around the laughter" public learned Zhvanetskogo, Kartseva and Il'chenko, Gorin Arkanov, Yining and many other satirists. Contributors hard materials selected for transmission. "Suitable" artists were invited to the program sometimes from the most unexpected places. — from the cathedral, where she sang "a capella". Alexander Rosenbaum — after being heard on tape "Waltz Boston" and "Leningrad yards." Last found on the talent program, its creators say . His spotted in Siberia, where Evdokimov was director of the dining room.

In 1991, the transfer was closed, not waiting until she herself will become obsolete. Ivanov was left without work. Times were hard, cash-strapped and satirist was forced to make by any means. Instead television he found a niche in another public — policy. Democrats are gladly accepted it in my camp: there was a sharp pen Ivanov claimed.

Alexander Ivanov died of a massive heart attack on June 13 in 1996.