Born 1938, USSR (Russia)
Aleksandr ZBRUEV
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Александр Викторович ЗБРУЕВ
Aleksandr ZBROUEV
Filmography (extracts)
2017 - Aleksandr Zbruev. My parents (Александр Збруев. Мои родители) from Yekaterina KALININA [documentary, 26 mn]
2014 - A Film about Alexeev (Кино про Алексеева) from Mikhail SEGAL [fiction, 95 mn]
2004 - Kozha salamandry (Кожа саламандры) from Aleksey RUDAKOV [fiction, 100 mn]
2003 - O liubvi (О любви) from Sergey SOLOVYOV [fiction, 112 mn]
2000 - Bremenskie musykanty i Co (Бременские музыканты и Co) from Aleksandr ABDULOV [fiction, 92 mn]
1995 - Everything Will Be All Right (Все будет хорошо) from Dmitry ASTRAKHAN [fiction, 100 mn]
1993 - You are my one and only (Ты у меня одна) from Dmitry ASTRAKHAN [fiction, 94 mn]
1991 - The Inner Circle (Ближний круг) from Andrey KONCHALOVSKY [fiction, 132 mn]
1988 - Avtoportret Neisvestnogo (Автопортрет неизвестного) from Vyacheslav KRISHTOFOVICH [fiction, 74 mn]
1986 - Zina-Zinulya (Зина-Зинуля) from Pavel CHUKHRAY [fiction, 88 mn]
1986 - Guard Me, My Talisman (Храни меня, мой талисман) from Roman BALAIAN [fiction, 74 mn]
1985 - Etot fantastitcheskiy mir. Vypusk 11 (Этот фантастический мир. Выпуск 11) from Tamara PAVLYUCHENKO [TV fiction]
1984 - Success (Успех) from Konstantin KHUDYAKOV [fiction, 93 mn]
1983 - The Fourth Year of the War (Шел четвертый год войны) from Georgi NIKOLAENKO [fiction, 85 mn]
1982 - Direct Heiress (Наследница по прямой) from Sergey SOLOVYOV [fiction, 95 mn]
1976 - White Night’s Melodies (Мелодии белой ночи) from Sergey SOLOVYOV [fiction, 97 mn]
1974 - A Lovers' Romance (Романс о влюбленных) from Andrey KONCHALOVSKY [fiction, 138 mn]
1970 - The Tutor (Опекун) from Edgar KHODZHIKYAN , Albert MKRTCHYAN [fiction, 86 mn]
1966 - Two Tickets for a Daytime Picture Show (Два билета на дневной сеанс) from Herbert RAPPAPORT [fiction, 90 mn]
1965 - Chistye prudy (Чистые пруды) from Aleksey SAKHAROV [fiction, 80 mn]
1964 - The Little Plot of Land (Пядь земли) from Andrey SMIRNOV , Boris YASHIN [fiction, 83 mn]
1962 - My Younger Brother (Мой младший брат) from Aleksandr ZARKHY [fiction, 104 mn]
1962 - Journey to the April (Путешествие в апрель) from Vadim DERBENYOV , Vyacheslav KOTENOCHKIN [fiction, 71 mn]
Sites : Kino-teatr, IMDb

Awards :
Bednaya Sasha :
Best actor, Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 1998
You are my one and only :
Best actor, Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 1993

Born on 31 March 1938 in Moscow, on Arbat.
Honoured Artist of the RSFSR (23.12.1977). People's Artist of the RSFSR (26.05.1989).
Father - Viktor Alekseevich Zbruev, was head of the Main Construction Department of the People's Commissariat for Communications, held a high position - Deputy People's Commissar of Communications of the USSR. Mother - Fedorova Tatiana Alexandrovna, came from a noble family, received an acting education, worked at the Tchaikovsky film factory. Tchaikovsky.
In November 1937, the actor's father was arrested, in May 1938 - shot, and his mother with infant Alexander was exiled to Rybinsk. Mother and son returned to their flat on Arbat, which by that time had become a communal flat, in 1943, to the room where Fedorova-Zbrueva's son from her first marriage, Evgeny Fedorov (born in 1924), a graduate of the Shchukinsky School, an actor of the Vakhtangov Theatre, an Honoured Artist of the RSFSR, remained.
At school Alexander studied badly, twice stayed for a second year, was engaged in boxing, reached the 1st junior category in gymnastics, was a hooligan Arbat boy, nicknamed "Intelligent".
In 1961 he graduated from the Higher Theatre School named after B.V. Shchukin (course of V.A. Etush) and was accepted into the troupe of the Moscow Theatre named after Lenin Komsomol. The first theatrical success to the actor came in 1963, when Anatoly Efros came to the troupe of the theatre. Zbruev perfectly played the role of 17-year-old Marat Evstigneev from the siege of Leningrad in the play "My Poor Marat". No less successful were the following roles played by him. With the arrival in 1973 in the theatre of a new director, Mark Zakharov, each performance became an event in the theatre life, and Alexander Zbruev was rightfully among the stars of the famous troupe.
In the cinema debuted in 1962 in the film by Alexander Zarkhi "My Younger Brother". The picture brought Alexander Zbruev, along with other performers of major roles, Andrei Mironov and Oleg Dal, the first success with the audience. A great success of the actor in the cinema was the role of an employee of the OBKhSS Aleshin in the film Herbert Rappoporta "Two tickets to the afternoon session. Probably one of the first Soviet actors Alexander Zbruev embodied on the screen is not all the correct policeman, and quite ordinary guy from the street, by the will of fate was in the organs.
In the early 1970s, Alexander Zbruev was already considered one of the most popular actors of Soviet cinema. The most successful films of the actor in the early 1970s can safely be considered: "Circle", which was a continuation of the famous "Two tickets to the afternoon session", a romantic melodrama "Romance of Lovers", where he played a hockey player Volin and, of course, the TV film "Big Change", where he played the role of Grigory Ganja. Then he starred in such films as "A Lonely Woman Wants to Meet", "Battalions Ask for Fire", "To Kill a Dragon", "I Have You Alone", "Everything Will Be All Right", "Black Rose - an Emblem of Sorrow, Red Rose - an Emblem of Love", "Poor Sasha" and many others.
. Unexpected change of image of the actor in the film Andron Konchalovsky's "Middle Circle", where he played the role of Stalin. He starred in more than eighty films.
In 1995 he opened the restaurant TRAM (Theatre Restaurant of Moscow Actors) at Lenkom.
In 2000 he began teaching, having taken an acting course at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.
First wife - actress Valentina Malyavina.
Second wife - actress Lyudmila Savelyeva.

Commentaries and bibliography
- Путин наградил Збруева орденом Александра Невского [Poutine a décerné à l'acteur Aleksandr Zbrouev l'Ordre d'Alexandre Nevski] 2024,