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Erast Garin - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Soviet theater and film actor, director, screenwriter.
Born November 10, 1902 in Ryazan.
He studied at the Ryazan gymnasium. In 1919 he volunteered for the Red Army and until 1921 performed at the Ryazan Garrison Theater (1st Amateur Theater of the Red Army).
In 1921 he entered the studio of Vsevolod Meyerhold, whom he later called the Master all his life.
In 1922-1926 - State experimental theater workshops of the People's Commissariat of the RSFSR (GEKTEMAS) and worked in the RSA in the "live newspaper" created there.
In 1922-1936 he performed on the stage of the V.E. Meyerhold.
In 1934 he was an actor of the Proletkult Workers' Theater (artistic director Sergei Eisenstein).
In 1936-1949 he was an actor and director of the Leningrad Comedy Theater.
Since 1946 - actor and director of the Film Actor Theater-Studio in Moscow.
He made his film debut in 1934, starring in the film "Lieutenant Kizhe".
The actor starred a lot, but his most famous role is the King in the fairy tale "Cinderella".
Together with his wife Hesea Alexandrovna Lokshina, they shot several films, including "An Ordinary Miracle", "The Prince and the Pauper" and others.
In 1966, while working on the film "Happy Rasplyuev Days", an accident happened. Erast Pavlovich had one eye removed, the other practically did not see.
In the mid-1970s, the actor was no longer invited to films and theatrical performances.
As Garin's first wife Lyubov Rudneva (Feigelman) later recalled: “Garin left very tragically. He stopped talking, saying that he couldn't do it. It was difficult for him to communicate with people, so alien he felt in an unfulfilled state. ”Gruvemuvestart
Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1950).
People's Artist of the RSFSR (1964).
People's Artist of the USSR (02.11.1977) .
He passed away in Moscow on September 4, 1980. The actor was buried at the Vagankovsky cemetery (section 17).