Aleksey Buldakov

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Aleksey Buldakov
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Buldakov in May 2008
Aleksey Ivanovich Buldakov

(1951-03-26)26 March 1951
Died3 April 2019(2019-04-03) (aged 68)
Years active1982–2019
Lyudmila Buldakova(m. 1993)

Aleksey Ivanovich Buldakov PAR (Russian : Алексе́й Ива́нович Булдако́в) (26 March 1951 – 3 April 2019) [2] was a Soviet and Russian movie actor. [3]

Peoples Artist of Russia Russian performing arts award

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Selected filmography

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All Costs Paid is a Soviet TV miniseries produced by Studio Ekran. The director Aleksei Saltykov well known for his film The Chairman with Mikhail Ulyanov, an acclaimed Russian actor playing a main character. All Costs Paid is one of the first Soviet feature films that shows the war in Afghanistan. Film has unusually truthful point of view on that period of Soviet Era and on the Soviet–Afghan War.

The Guard is a 1990 Soviet drama film directed by Aleksandr Rogozhkin. It was entered into the 40th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Alfred Bauer Prize. The film is shot entirely in sepia.

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  1. Алексей Булдаков. Изгнанник
  2. "Умер Алексей Булдаков". TASS (in Russian). 3 April 2019. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  3. Biography of Aleksey Buldakov (in Russian)