Vladimir Ivashov

Vladimir Ivashov

About Vladimir Ivashov

Vladimir Ivashov

Vladimir Ivashov

August 28, 1939 - March 23, 1995

Place of Birth    :   Moscow, USSR
Also Known As    :   Владимир Ивашов, Volodya Ivashov
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Vladimir Sergeyevich Ivashov (1939—1995) was a Soviet and Russian actor. Only 19 years old, Ivashov received a prize at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival for his remarkable performance in the lead role in Grigory Chukhrai's film 'Ballad of a Soldier'; his performance made him a star overnight. Ivashov graduated from the Moscow-based VGIK film school in 1963 and was deluged with offers. He appeared in several films including 'Clouds Over Borsk' (1961), 'The Seven Nurses' (1962) and 'An Aunt With Violets' (1964). He left another memorable performance in the lead role of Pechorin in the Lermontov adaptations by Stanislav Rostotski. In 1976 he appeared in two films, 'Diamonds for Proletarian Dictatorship' and 'When September Comes'.