Artyom Bogucharsky

Artyom Gennadyevich Bogucharsky (Russian: Артем Генна́дьевич Богучарский; born 14 August 1989) is a Russian stage, film and television actor who is perhaps best recalled internationally for his role in the 2002 drama, Lilya 4-ever.wikipedia
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Artyom Gennadyevich Bogucharsky (Russian: Артем Генна́дьевич Богучарский; born 14 August 1989) is a Russian stage, film and television actor who is perhaps best recalled internationally for his role in the 2002 drama, Lilya 4-ever.
While Artyom Bogucharsky had no previous acting experience, Oksana Akinshina had already starred in Sergei Bodrov, Jr.'s 2001 crime film Sisters.

Gnessin State Musical College

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He graduated from the Gnessin State Musical College as a clarinet player.

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Artyom Gennadyevich Bogucharsky (Russian: Артем Генна́дьевич Богучарский; born 14 August 1989) is a Russian stage, film and television actor who is perhaps best recalled internationally for his role in the 2002 drama, Lilya 4-ever.

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Artyom Gennadyevich Bogucharsky (Russian: Артем Генна́дьевич Богучарский; born 14 August 1989) is a Russian stage, film and television actor who is perhaps best recalled internationally for his role in the 2002 drama, Lilya 4-ever.

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Born in Moscow in 1989, he garnered his first role at age 12 as the doomed Volodya, the young friend of an abandoned teenage girl in the 2002 Lukas Moodysson-directed drama Lilya 4-ever.

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Born in Moscow in 1989, he garnered his first role at age 12 as the doomed Volodya, the young friend of an abandoned teenage girl in the 2002 Lukas Moodysson-directed drama Lilya 4-ever.

Guldbagge Awards

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It won five Guldbagge Awards including Best Film and Bogucharsky was nominated as Best Actor.

Guldbagge Award for Best Film

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It won five Guldbagge Awards including Best Film and Bogucharsky was nominated as Best Actor.

European Film Award for Best Actress

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It was nominated for Best Film and Best Actress at the European Film Awards.

European Film Awards

European Film Award(8th)1995
It was nominated for Best Film and Best Actress at the European Film Awards.

Gijón International Film Festival

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The film also won several awards from film festivals around the world, including Best Film at the Gijón International Film Festival and the Rouen Nordic Film Festival.

Rouen Nordic Film Festival

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The film also won several awards from film festivals around the world, including Best Film at the Gijón International Film Festival and the Rouen Nordic Film Festival.

Clarinet

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He graduated from the Gnessin State Musical College as a clarinet player.

Mikhail Shchepkin Higher Theatre School

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After graduating from the M.S. Schepkin Higher Theatre School in Moscow in 2009, he began appearing in a number of stage roles.