Aleksandr Milyutin

Aleksandr Milyutin

Actor
Date of Birth: 08.12.1946
Country: Ukraine

Biography of Alexander Milyutin

Alexander Milyutin was a popular Ukrainian actor known for his roles as ordinary workers and good guys. He gained recognition for his portrayal of Pasyuk in the television series "Mesto vstrechi izmenit nelzya" ("Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed"). Milyutin was particularly active in the 1970s, appearing in films such as "Svadebnye kolokola" ("Wedding Bells"), "Uzniki Bomona" ("Bomona Prisoners"), "Lavry" ("Laurels"), "Tolko ty" ("Only You"), "Yurkiny rassvety" ("Yurka's Dawns"), "Nebo – zemlya – nebo" ("Heaven - Earth - Heaven"), "Ves mir v glazakh tvoikh" ("The Whole World in Your Eyes"), "Pravo na lyubov" ("Right to Love"), "Eralashnyy reys" ("Eralash Flight"), "Zhnetzy" ("Reapers"), "Podpolnyy obkom deystvuet" ("Underground District Committee is Active"), and "Doping dlya angelov" ("Doping for Angels"). However, in the 1980s, Milyutin's acting career declined, and after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, he struggled to find work.
In 1993, Alexander Nikolaevich passed away due to heart failure. He graduated from the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography in 1969 and later became an actor at the Kiev Film Studio named after A.P. Dovzhenko. Some of his other notable films include "Neulovimye mstiteli" ("Elusive Avengers") in 1966, where he played "burnash," "Derevenskiy detektiv" ("Rural Detective") in 1968 as Semyon Pankov, and "Zolotoy telonok" ("The Golden Calf") in 1968. He also appeared in the television series "Mesto vstrechi izmenit nelzya" ("Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed") in 1979, where he portrayed Pasyuk.

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