Nikolay Simonov

Nikolay Simonov (December 4, 1901 – April 20, 1973) was a Soviet film and stage actor.wikipedia
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Chapaev (film)

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Nikolay Simonov – platoon commander Zhiharev

Kastus Kalinovskiy (film)

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Kastus Kalinovskiy (1928) - Kastus Kalinovskiy
Nikolai Simonov as Kastus Kalinovskiy

The Battle of Stalingrad (film)

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Stalingradskaya bitva I / The Battle of Stalingrad, Part I (1949) - Lt. Gen. Churkov
Petrov, cinematographer Yuri Yekelchik and four actors - Aleksei Dikiy, Nikolai Simonov, Yuri Shumski and Vladimir Gaidarov - were awarded the Stalin Prize at 1950 for their role in the film.

Red Army Days

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Goryachie denyochki / Hectic Days (1935) - Tank Commander Mikhail Trofimovich Belokon
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The Gadfly (1955 film)

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Ovod / The Gadfly (1955) - Cardinal Montanelli
Nikolai Simonov as Cardinal Montanelli

Peter the Great (1937 film)

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Pyotr pervyy I / The Conquests of Peter the Great, Part One (1937) - Peter the Great

Heroes of Shipka

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Geroite na Shipka / Heroes of Shipka (1955)
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Red Partisans

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Nikolai Simonov

USSR State Prize

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1941: Stalin Prize, 1st class - for the main role in the film "Peter I"
Vladimir Petrov, Nikolai Simonov, and Mikhail Zharov: film Peter the First (1937–1938)

Amphibian Man (film)

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Nikolay Simonov (December 4, 1901 – April 20, 1973) was a Soviet film and stage actor.

People's Artist of the USSR

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People's Artist of the USSR (1950).

Samara

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Nikolay Konstantionovich Simonov was born on December 4, 1901, in Samara, Russia.

Imperial Academy of Arts

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From 1919–1923 he studied art at the Imperial Academy of Arts.

Russian State Institute of Performing Arts

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From 1922–1924 he studied acting at the Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy, from which he graduated with honors in 1924.

Artistic director

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During the 1950s and 1960s he was the theatre's artistic director.

Vasilyev brothers

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He shot to fame after his role of Commander Zhikharev in the classic film Chapaev (1934) by the Vasilyev brothers.

Peter the Great

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Pyotr pervyy I / The Conquests of Peter the Great, Part One (1937) - Peter the Great Simonov's portrayal of Peter the Great in The Conquests of Peter the Great (1937 and 1938) brought him international fame and numerous awards.

Frank Capra

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This portrayal was the one used to define Peter the Great for American audiences in Frank Capra's 1943 propaganda film The Battle of Russia, which used brief clips from the Soviet films.

The Battle of Russia

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This portrayal was the one used to define Peter the Great for American audiences in Frank Capra's 1943 propaganda film The Battle of Russia, which used brief clips from the Soviet films.

The Living Corpse

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His leading role in The Living Corpse, an adaptation of the book by Leo Tolstoy, is remembered as one of the highest achievements in stage acting in Russian theatre.

Leo Tolstoy

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His leading role in The Living Corpse, an adaptation of the book by Leo Tolstoy, is remembered as one of the highest achievements in stage acting in Russian theatre.

Antonio Salieri

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Simonov's portrayal of Antonio Salieri in Mozart and Salieri from The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin won him a Stanislavski State Prize award in 1962.

Mozart and Salieri (play)

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Simonov's portrayal of Antonio Salieri in Mozart and Salieri from The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin won him a Stanislavski State Prize award in 1962.

Alexander Pushkin

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Simonov's portrayal of Antonio Salieri in Mozart and Salieri from The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin won him a Stanislavski State Prize award in 1962.