Zurab Kipshidze

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Zurab Kipshidze
ზურაბ ყიფშიძე (in Georgian)
Born(1953-08-10)10 August 1953
Years active1966 –

Zurab Kipshidze (Georgian :ზურაბ ყიფშიძე; 10 Aug 1953) is a Georgian film and theatre actor. He appeared in 58 films between 1966 and 2009. In 2013 he was a member of the jury at the 35th Moscow International Film Festival. [1] [2]



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  2. "MOSCOW - JUNE 20: Sergey Garmash, Kim Don-Kho, Ursula Mayer, Zurab Kipshidze - main competition jury members of 35 Moscow International Film Festival. Taken on June 20, 2013 in Moscow". shutterstock. Retrieved 2 May 2016.