Date of Birth: 07/01/1934
Place of birth: a. Lischava Gorishnii
Osip Nayduk born January 7, 1934 in the village of Lischava Gorishnii in Poland. The father and two older brothers were killed near the village of Lischava Gorishnii in 1945 in the battle on the side of the UPA, the mother and children were deported in the result set of circumstances came to the village Kolyndyany Chortkiv district, Ternopil region of Ukraine. In 1947, Osip finished 7 classes and enrolled in culinary school in Chortkiv, in the years of study earned an auxiliary worker in the restaurant. After graduation in 1952 he worked as a chef in one Ternopil university. In 1954, Osip was drafted into the army, where he served 4 years in the military orchestra. After the service, he entered the second year of the Kiev music school named R.M.Gliera, which ended in 1963, after which he entered the KGITI named IK Karpenko-Kary (zakonchilv 1970), after the first year he transferred to the correspondence department and went in Ternopil, where he worked as an actor Ternopil Ukrainian music and Drama Theatre. Taras Shevchenko, schools teach children choral singing and playing the accordion. In 1969 he was invited to star in the film "Duma of the Briton," and then starred in many films - in 1970 he moved to Kiev and has since been working on behalf of the Kiev studio Dovzhenko, takes part in theatrical and musical productions, take part in the television show "Freedom of speech". Member of the National Union of Cinematographers of Ukraine.
With the army times Osip Nayduk writes songs, music for him. His repertoire of about 250 songs, including songs for films.
Awards and Recognition
Honored Artist of Ukraine (2008)