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Sergey Bondarchuk (Sergei Fyodorovich Bondarchuk)

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Biography

Belozerka, Kherson Governorate, Ukraine [now Bilozerka, Kherson Oblast, Ukraine]
Sergei Bondarchuk was one of the most important Russian filmmakers, best known for directing an Academy Award-winning film epic War and Peace (1966), based on the book by Leo Tolstoy, in which he also starred as Pierre Bezukhov.

He was born Sergei Fedorovich Bondarchuk on September, 25, 1920, in the village of Belozerka, Kherson province, Ukraine, Russian Federation (now Belozerka, Ukraine). He was brought up in Southern Ukraine, then in Azov and Taganrog, Southern Russia. Young Bondarchuk was fond of theatre and books by such authors as Anton Chekhov and Leo Tolstoy. Read more...

Actor

Character: Himself - Commenting on New Freedom and Trends in Film: Pre-Recorded

The 42nd Annual Academy Awards 1970

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Character: Gen. Krasnov

Quiet Flows the Don 2006

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Character: Druzhina Morozov

Groza nad Rusyu 1992

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Character: Comrade Valko

The Young Guard 1948

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Character: Soviet Sergeant Fyodor Aleksandrovic Nazukov

Escape by Night 1960

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Character: Ivan Zvyagintsev

Oni srazhalis za rodinu 1975

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Character: Taras Shevchenko

Taras Shevchenko 1951

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Character: Pierre Besukhov

Voyna i mir I: Andrey Bolkonskiy 1965

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Character: Sergei Tutarinov

Dream of a Cossack 1951

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Character: Korostelyov

Seryozha 1960

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Character: Dr. Mikhail Lvovich Astrov

Dyadya Vanya 1971

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Directing

Writing