Date of Birth: 02/01/1949
Place of birth: Moscow
Mikhail Dolginin was born on February 1, 1949 in Moscow.
He was admitted to the Drama Theatre. AS Pushkin in 1975, after graduating from the acting department of the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music and Cinema (class of Professor Igor Gorbachev).
The charm of youth, infectiousness, temperament allowed Michael Dolginin quickly take a leading position among the young actors of the theater. From the first season he was given not only to occasional, but also the main role. And his stage partner in the first zhespektakle - comedy AN Ostrovsky`s "Hot Heart" (1975) - were leading figures of the Pushkin Theater Vasili Merkuryev, Yuri Tolubeev. The young actor proudly stood "baptism of fire" near the recognized masters Alexandrinsky scene.
The second important role in the repertoire of Michael Dolginin was a young Peer Gynt in the play by Henrik Ibsen (1977). In this performance, the young actor was fortunate to work with another great master - People`s Artist of the USSR Bruno Freundlich, who had played Peer Gynt mature. Later this role was rightfully called a landmark in the artist`s oeuvre.
The audience appreciated the artist`s skill in the roles of classical and contemporary repertoire.
The most visible roles of the actor in the movie Steel - Mihaid soldiers in the television series "Gypsy" and the role of a taxi driver in a duet with Gene Paul Kadochnikova detective in "Lost among the living."
If the cinema actor often been claimed as a certain type of young "social character", the theater made it possible to complete and versatile artistic talent show Dolginin Michael, who has always gravitated to comedy roles. It was in the theater, he has played many roles Distinguishing.
Michael Dolginin long and successfully engaged in theater pedagogy. At the invitation of his teacher, People`s Artist of the USSR Igor Gorbachev, he taught acting at the "School of Russian Drama", where students staged Chekhov`s vaudeville "The Proposal" and "Jubilee." Supervises drama school at Pedagogical University. Alexander Herzen.
In 2006 he was awarded the Pushkin Medal.