Viktor Pavlov

Picture of Viktor Pavlov

Date of Birth: 05/10/1940

Age: 65

Place of birth: Moscow

Citizenship: Russia


Viktor Pavlov was born on October 6, 1940 in Moscow.

After the eight-year, he began working as a mechanic at the plant, while he studied at the school for working youth and was about to enter the Moscow Higher Technical School named after Bauman, however, have successfully passed the exams in drama school named after M. Schepkin. After graduating from college in 1963, Viktor Pavlov became an actor "Sovremennik" Moscow theater, then he played in other Moscow theaters - Theatre of MN Yermolova, theater named after Vl. Mayakovsky, the Maly Theater, where successfully performed roles in "older sister", "Conversations With Socrates", "Man of La Mancha", "Ardent Heart", "savage."

In the movie, Viktor Pavlov made his debut while still a fourth-year student, played a cameo role in Leo Kulidzhanov in the film "When the Trees Were Tall" and Stanislav Rostotsky in the film "On the seven winds."

The first big role the actor became a student at Oak comedy directed by Leonid Gaidai "Operation" Y "and other adventures Shurik." Fame came to Pavlov for his role in the television movie scout Koli "Major Whirlwind" (1967), staged by Yevgeny Tashkov on the novel by Julian Semyonov.

Great success for Victor Pavlov became the role they played in the war film "In war as in war," Victor Tregubovich (Grisha Shcherbak) and Eugene Tashkova adventure film "The adjutant of his excellency" (bandit Miron Osadchy).

On account of extraordinary actor more than 120 films of different genres, delivered by prominent directors of Soviet and Russian movies, including such films as "road test" Alexis Herman, "Hello and Goodbye" Vitaly Melnikov, "Strogovy", "Fight in the blizzard" Alexander Gordon, "Emelyan Pugachev" Alexei Saltykov, "Leaving - leave" Victor Tregubovich, "meeting place Can not Be changed" by Stanislav Govorukhin, "Cynics" Dmitry Meshieva, "master and Margarita" by Yuri Kara.

Among the last works of Viktor Pavlov - a fantastic film "Scientific section of pilots", a comedy by Vladimir Mashkov "Kazan orphan" trick film Ivan Dykhovichny "unfamiliar weapon or Crusader-2".