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Rolan Bykov was born October 12 in 1929 in Kiev. After World War II was due to an error on the documents — Roland A. Bykov.
His career he began with classes in drama school of the Pioneer. In 1951, he graduated from the Theater School. Shchukin. After that, about eight years served in the Moscow Youth Theater.
C 1958 combined play on stage with the work of the chief director of the Leningrad Lenin Komsomol Theater. Also, from 1957 to 1959 he was artistic director and director of MSU student theater. In 1954 he made his film debut in the movie "School of courage." A year later played in the "Pedagogical Poem" and the film "Ways and destiny." In 1959 he played the role of Akaky in the film "The Overcoat."
The following year, Rolan Bykov starts a director on "Mosfilm". Soon after, he released his first directorial work "Seven nurses." In 1966 he published the "Veterinarian-66" — the picture that brought him universal recognition and love of children's audience.
Bykov was not only directed the film, but also skillfully played the role Barmaleev. The theme of children's cinema film director continued, "Attention, Turtle," in which he played Didenko grandmother Manukyan. In 1974 saw the release of a children's film "The Car, Violin and Blot the Dog».
A year later, the title of the most beloved children's director Bulls secured the film "The Adventures of Pinocchio," in which he played the role of a cat Basilio in a duo with his second his wife Elena Sanaeva as foxes Alice. Then there were other equally famous films for children: "The village of Duck," "About Little Red Riding Hood," "The Adventures of Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," "Scarecrow."
In children's films Rolan Bykov raised many serious films for adult audiences and starred in mngogih films that have become classics of Soviet cinema: "Walking the Streets of Moscow", "Andrei Rublev", "12 chairs", "Common The Arctic "," Check on roads»...
At the end of the 1980s, the Bulls committed to producing work in the union" Youth "at" Mosfilm ", then in the National Center of Film and Television for Children.
Besides acting and directing work Rolan Bykov also led the director's workshop at the Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and directors who worked on radio and television, writing songs, poems and prose. He was president of the bank "HELP».
Rolan Bykov died Oct. 6 in 1998 on the 69-year life.