Oleg Menshikov

Oleg Menshikov

  • Born on
    • November 8th, 1960
​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Oleg Evgenyevich Menshikov (born 8 November 1960) is a Soviet and Russian entertainer. He is a film and theatre actor, singer and director. He started his film career in the early 1980s playing in the comedy Pokrovskie vorota and in Nikita Mikhalkov's Rodnya. In 1993, Menshikov collaborated again with Mikhalkov in their most famous film, Burnt by the Sun. Portraying a manipulative and suicidal NKVD agent during Stalin's Great Purge, Menshikov's performance brought him to the attention of a wide international audience. The film won the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Menshikov appeared in Régis Wargnier's 1999 film, East-West with Sandrine Bonnaire and Catherine Deneuve. Menshikov played the hero of Mikhalkov's 1998 The Barber of Siberia, with Julia Ormond playing his mistress. He appeared as Erast Fandorin in the 2005 film The Councillor of State. He filled the role of Ostap Bender in the 2006 Russian mini-series based on The Little Golden Calf. Description above from the Wikipedia article Oleg Menshikov, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Starring Oleg Menshikov on Plex


Acting (18 Credits)

2024Attraction 3
2020Invasion as General Lebedev
2018Gogol. A Terrible Vengeance as Yakov Petrovich Guro - investigator
2017Gogol. Nachalo as Yakov Petrovich Guro - investigator
2017Attraction as Colonel Lebedev
2017Gogol as Yakov Petrovich Guro - investigator
2013Legend No. 17 as Tarasov
2011Utomlennye solntsem 2 as Dmitriy Arsentyev
2010Burnt by the Sun 2 as Mitya Arsentyev
2006Doktor Zhivago as Yuri Zhivago
2005The State Counsellor as Erast Petrovich Fandorin
1999East/West as Aleksei Golovin
1998The Barber of Siberia as André Tolstoi
1996Prisoner of the Mountains as Sacha Kostylin
1994Burnt by the Sun as Dimitri (Mitya)
1983Pokrov Gates as Константин Ромин, он же Костик
1983Flights in Dreams and in Reality as Alisa's Friend
1982Family Relations as Kirill

Himself (1 Credits)

2010What Men Talk About as Himself

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