Alexander Dik

Alexander Dik

Actor
Date of Birth: 01.12.1949
Country: Russia

Alexander Dick: Biography

Alexander Dick is a Russian actor who was born and raised in Dushanbe. He made his debut on the stage of the Dushanbe Russian Drama Theater as a teenager. By the time he finished school, he was determined to become an actor. In 1970, Alexander Dick graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School and joined the Moscow Art Theater. However, when the theater split, he chose to stay at the Gorky Moscow Art Theater under the direction of Tatiana Doronina.

Alexander Dik

Throughout his career, Alexander Dick played numerous roles on stage, including Tuzenbach in Chekhov's "Three Sisters," Baron in Gorky's "The Lower Depths," Dantes in Bulgakov's "The Last Days," Narcissus in Ostrovsky's "Hot Heart," Malcolm in Shakespeare's "Macbeth," Rumin in Gorky's "The Dachniki," Mortimer in Schiller's "Mary Stuart," Glumov in Ostrovsky's "Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man," and Chansuain in Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," among others.

In 1994, he moved to the Russian Army Theater, where he performed in plays such as "Masquerade," "The Diamond Orchid," "Your Sister and Captive," "The Last Passionate Lover," "The Lower Depths," "Invitation to the Castle," "The French Ambassador," "Wolves and Sheep," "Much Ado About Nothing," "Duet for a Soloist," and "Trees Die Standing."

On the screen, Alexander Dick made his debut in 1972 in the film "Dangerous Turn," directed by Vladimir Basov. He appeared alongside renowned Russian actors such as Yuri Yakovlev, Valentina Titova, Antonina Shuranova, and Vladimir Basov himself.

From the 1990s onwards, Alexander Dick has focused mainly on dubbing foreign films. His voice can be heard as the characters portrayed by Gerard Depardieu in "The Count of Monte Cristo," Rutger Hauer in "Batman," Don Cheadle in "Swordfish," and various characters in the popular suspense film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels," among others.

Alexander Dick was married to actress Kyunna Ignatova, who also worked with him at the Moscow Art Theater.

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