Anatoliy Borsyuk

Anatoliy Borsyuk

Soviet and Ukrainian director and TV presenter
Date of Birth: 02.06.1946
Country: Ukraine

Biography of Anatoliy Borsyuk

Anatoliy Borsyuk is a Soviet and Ukrainian director and television presenter. He was born on June 2, 1946, in Kyiv. Borsyuk graduated from the Kyiv Theater Institute named after I. K. Karpenko-Karyi, specializing in film and television directing. He worked as a director at the Kyiv Scientific Film Studio from 1974 to 1989. From 1989 to 1993, Borsyuk served as the artistic director and chairman of the art council at the Cinematography and Video Studio "Thursday".

Anatoliy Borsyuk

During his career, Borsyuk directed eight full-length popular science and documentary films, as well as twenty short films and commercials. He was also a member of the Central Revisory Commission of the Soviet Union from 1985 to 1990 and the Secretary of the Board of the Cinematographers Union from 1989 to 1992. In addition, Borsyuk chaired the International Relations Commission of the Cinematographers Union from 1989 to 1993.

Anatoliy Borsyuk

From 1993 to 1998, Borsyuk worked as the artistic director of the video film directing course at the Kyiv Theater Institute named after I. K. Karpenko-Karyi. In August 1996, he became the author and host of television programs on the channel "1+1," including "Cinematic Nostalgia," "Night Conversation with a Woman," and "Monologues."

In September 2002, Borsyuk started hosting the program "Double Proof," which aired until September 2005. From April to December 2003, he hosted the show "First Million," the Ukrainian version of the popular program "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?". In June 2004, Borsyuk participated in the television game show "Fort Boyard."

In January 2006, Borsyuk began hosting the show "Black on White." In October 2006, he took part in the television project "Dancing with the Stars." From August 2007 to August 2008, Borsyuk hosted the program "Tasty Country."

Throughout his career, Borsyuk has received numerous awards and honors. He was honored with the State Prize of the Ukrainian SSR named after T. G. Shevchenko in 1987 for his popular science film "Vavilov's Star." In 1999, he received the "Golden Era" award from the Ukrainian television competition for his program "Monologues." Borsyuk was also named the "Journalist of the Year in the Electronic Media Industry" at the "Person of the Year - 2004" awards. He received the "Teletrophy" award for his program "Black on White" in 2007. Borsyuk was also awarded the "Medal for Labor Valor" on August 22, 1986.

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