Eugene Dvorzhetsky

Eugene Dvorzhetsky
Eugene Vatslovich Dvorzhetsky born on July 12 in 1960 in a family of actors. His father was a famous actor of theater and cinema. The mother was the director and teacher. Eugene himself at first did not show much interest in the theater, but after graduation he decides to enter the Shchukin Theater School. It is possible to him only after the second attempt. He gets on the course Stavskaya.

After graduating from college in 1982, a year Dvorzhetsky starts at the Russian Academic Youth Theater (formerly the Central Children's Theatre), at which stage has played many roles, becoming quickly one of the leading Actors Theatre. Played Faust ("Faust"), Titus ("Berenice"), Edmund ("King Lear"), Injun Joe ("The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"), Pantalone ("The Love for Three Oranges").

In the same theater work and his wife Nina Dvorzhetsky, whom he met in his student years. In marriage, they had a daughter, Anna, and son Michael.

While working in the theater Dvorzhetsky in films. I especially remember the role of the audience Cyrus Lopuchova that talented actor played in was released in 1983 the film Valeria Isakov "Tender Age". Fame and recognition Dvorzhetsky brought the film George Jungvald-Khilkevich "The Prisoner of If Castle" (1988).

In the late 1990s Dvorzhetsky managed to combine work in several theaters. He played in the theater on the armor and in the "School of Modern Play". Among the most notable of his works had roles in productions of "Antigone in New York", "Don Quixote," "The Seagull," "Lost in Paradise." In addition, the actor went on to star in films and worked in television.

December 1 1999 Eugene Dvorzhetsky tragically killed in a car crash. Vagankovsky was buried at a cemetery in Moscow.