Vladimir Uskov - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Actor.
June 21, 1907, St. Petersburg - September 28, 1980, Leningrad - Soviet theater actor and teacher.
In 1915-1917 he studied at the Petrograd private gymnasium of Ya. G. Gurevich. In 1918-1924 at the Petrograd Soviet Unified Labor School No. 16. In 1923 he began his theatrical activity at the Petrograd mobile theater "First Swallow". In 1923-1925 he studied at the studio theater at the Gubprofsovet under the direction of A. N. Morozov.
In 1928-1930 he studied at the Leningrad College of Performing Arts (workshop of L. S. Vivien and V. V. Sladkopevtsev).
Until the 1930s, he performed in pop and drama groups, in operetta. In 1930-1935 he played at the Leningrad Bolshoi Drama Theater named after M. Gorky. In 1935-1937 he performed at the Rostov Drama Theater named after M. Gorky and taught at the Rostov Theater College. In 1937-1941 he worked at the New Youth Theater. In 1933-1935 and 1937-1941 he taught at the Leningrad State Theater Institute named after A. N. Ostrovsky.
During the Great Patriotic War, he served in the Leningrad Theater of the People's Militia, where he played the roles of Globa ("Russian People") and Ivan Gorlov ("Front").
In 1943-1948 he was an actor at the Leningrad Drama Theater.
From 1948 to the end of the 1970s he worked at the Leningrad Comedy Theater.
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