Aleksandr Adabashyan

Aleksandr Adabashyan

  • Born on
    • August 10th, 1945
Actor, writer, designer and director Aleksandr Artyomovich Adabashyan was born in Moscow in 1945 the same year as his friend and steady collaborator Nikita Mikhalkov. The two men’s varied pairings began in 1974 when Artyomovich production designed Mikhalkov’s feature debut “At Home Among Strangers, Strangers at Home”, a low budget “Borscht Western” set during the bloody Russian civil war following the Bolshevik revolution. Artymovich has designed eight Mikhalkov films in all, physically realizing such disparate visions as Moscow during the Khrushchev regime in 1979’s “Five Evenings,” mid-nineteenth century St. Petersburg in 1980’s “Oblomov”, and the infant Soviet film industry in 1976’s “Slave of Love”. In addition, Alexnder Adabashian has some two dozen writing credits to his name including multiple pairings with Mikhalkov. After making his onscreen debut in “At Home Among Strangers”, Adabashyan has made frequent appearances in Russian film and television, primarily in character roles. ----- Content From 12 Presskit: -----


Acting (14 Credits)

2015Bez granits as photographer
2013Ku! Kin-dza-dza as Droid Abradoks(voice)
2010Burnt by the Sun 2 as Communist
2008The Ghost as Aleksandr
2008Plus One
200712 as Bailiff
2005The Master and Margarita as Михаил Александрович Берлиоз
1994Nastya as представитель министерства культуры
1987Dark Eyes
1983Flights in Dreams and in Reality as The Sculptor
1982Family Relations as Waiter #3 / 3rd Man On Photo / Man In The Train
1981The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Part 1 as John Barrymore
1979Five Evenings as Timofeyev
1974At Home Among Strangers, a Stranger Among His Own

Director (1 Credits)



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