Vladimir Georgyevich Kozel ( 1919 - 1988 ) - Soviet theater and film actor , People's Artist of the RSFSR (1960)  .
|Birth name||Vladimir Georgievich Kozel|
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|Place of death||Moscow , RSFSR , USSR|
|Years of activity||1938-1988|
Born July 14, 1919 in Astrakhan . After graduating from high school, he entered the literary faculty of the Pedagogical Institute, but decided to become a professional actor and devoted himself completely to this. In 1938, Mr .. began an artistic career in the Astrakhan Youth Theater . In 1939, the Stalin RVC in Astrakhan was drafted into the Red Army. Member of the Soviet-Japanese war of 1945 .
Subsequently, he worked in many provincial theaters, including the Primorsky Drama Theater in Vladivostok , the Riga Russian Drama Theater .
In the mid-1960s, he worked in Germany at the GSVG Drama Theater in Potsdam .
Since 1967 he became an actor of the Moscow Academic Theater of Satire . Together with the actors of this theater, he took part in the filming of the television miniature theater Kabachok “13 chairs” in the role of Pan Bespalchik.
Has acted in films since 1963 , but the role of the White Guard counterintelligence colonel Shchukin in the series “ Adjutant of His Excellency ” is best known in the performance of Vladimir Kozel.
Vladimir Kozel passed away on December 31, 1988 in Moscow at the 70th year of his life. The actor is buried at the Dolgoprudnensky (Central) cemetery in Moscow.
- " Bride " by A. N. Ostrovsky - Julius Kapitonovich Karandyshev 
- 1963 - On the highway - Tikhov
- 1967 - When rain and wind knock on the window - Gaigal
- 1967 - Strong in Spirit
- 1969 - Adjutant of His Excellency - Colonel Schukin
- 1969 - Triple Check - General Vetrov
- 1970/1971/1972 - Ruins shoot ... - Isai Pavlovich Kazinets
- 1970 - In the azure steppe - Chernoyarov
- 1970 - Extraordinary Commissioner - Assumption
- 1971 - Stock Officer - Turcan
- 1972 - Peters - episode
- 1972 - Fifty to Fifty - KGB General
- 1972 - The Saved Name - Arlon Crudu
- 1973 - Fire - Zalesky
- 1973 - A man in civilian clothes - Holtz
- 1973 - Seventeen Moments of Spring - Cure
- 1974 - Anna and the Commander - General Markov
- 1974 - Flames - The Hunchbacks
- 1976 - The Eternal Call - Colonel Zubov
- 1977 - The Right to Love - Zinkin
- 1977 - Killed at execution
- 1977 - Going through the throes - General Kaledin
- 1979 - Engineer Graftio - Gleb Maximilianovich Krzhizhanovsky
- 1985 - Aunt Maroussia
- Russian Drama Theater: Encyclopedia / Ed. ed. M.I. Andreeva, N.E. Zvenigorodskaya, A.V. Martynova, etc. - M .: Big Russian Encyclopedia, 2001. - 568 p.: Ill. ISBN 5-85270-167-X (p. 199)