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Vladimir Mashkov - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Vladimir Mashkov was born on November 27, 1963 in Tula. His father was an actor in a puppet theater, and his mother, an Italian by birth, worked as a director in the same theater. In the mid-1960s, the Mashkov family moved to Novokuznetsk, and in the late 1970s - to Novosibirsk, where Vladimir Mashkov entered the biological faculty of the university, but, having changed his mind, a year later he entered the Novosibirsk theater school.
The student's character was not easy, and in 1984 he was expelled from school for a fight. However, Mashkov did not accept and went to Moscow, where he entered the Moscow Art Theater School, in the workshop of Tarkhanov. And from there he was also kicked out for an overly violent temper, and he ended up in the role of a decorator at the Moscow Art Theater.
Soon after that, Vladimir Mashkov began to study with Oleg Tabakov, and then play in the theater, which he directed.
The debut of Vladimir Mashkov in the cinema took place in 1989, in the film "Green Fire of the Goat", and at the very beginning of the 1990s, he starred in the films "Do It - Once!" and Love on the Island of Death.
In 1990 he graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School (Course of Oleg Tabakov) .
1994 was a stellar year for Vladimir Mashkov, when he played the main roles in the films of young Russian directors: in the film "Limit" by Denis Yevstigneev and in the film "Moscow Nights" by Valery Todorovsky. After that, Vladimir Mashkov starred in the film "American Daughter" by Karen Shakhnazarov.
At the same time, Vladimir Mashkov also acted as a theater director, staging the performances "The Finest Hour Local Time", "Passion for Bumbarash" and "Death Number" on the stage of the Oleg Tabakov Studio Theater. On the stage of the Moscow Art Theater. A.P. Chekhov V.Mashkov staged the play "No. 13", and at the theater "Satyricon" - "Threepenny Opera".