Nikolai Fedorovich Badiev ( December 25, 1922 , Petrograd - February 11, 1993 , Yekaterinburg ) - theater and film actor. People's Artist of the RSFSR (January 11, 1984).
|Nikolai Fedorovich Badev|
|Date of Birth||December 25, 1922|
|Place of Birth||Petrograd , RSFSR|
|Date of death||February 11, 1993 (70 years old)|
|Place of death||Yekaterinburg |
|Citizenship|| USSR → |
|Career||1947 - 1990|
Nikolai Badiev was born in Petrograd in the family of a turner Putilovsky plant . He began his career in 1938, like his father, as a turner on Putilovsky. On June 29, 1941, he volunteered for the front, fought in the 128th Infantry Division, was a scout, and an assistant platoon commander. December 29, 1941 was seriously wounded, was hospitalized in Sverdlovsk ( 1942 - 1943 ) for treatment.
In 1943-1944, Badiev was an artist of the chapel of the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic . Along with his work in 1944, he entered the Ural Conservatory , but in the same year he left it at the school of film actor that opened at the Sverdlovsk Film Studio , which he graduated in 1947.
In 1947-1949, Badiev acted in films, in 1949-1952 he was a soloist of the APP of the Ural Military District , since 1952 he was a soloist of the Sverdlovsk Theater of Musical Comedy , to whom he gave over 40 years of life. Played over 100 roles. One of the leading comedic, characteristic actors of the troupe, whose creative manner was characterized by a combination of comedic expressiveness, grotesque with softness, humor, and the ability to enrich the role with emotional nuances.
He died on February 11, 1993 . He was buried in Yekaterinburg at the Shirokorechensky cemetery .
Awards and titles
- Order of the Patriotic War I degree (6.4. 1985 )
- Medal "For Courage" ( 1958 )
- medal "For the Defense of Leningrad" (11.4.1945)
- People's Artist of the RSFSR (January 11, 1984)
- Honored Artist of the RSFSR (11/15/1973)
- 1990 - The Killer
- 1990 - I declare war on you
- 1969 - The White Sun of the Desert - Lebedev
- 1968 - The Sullen River
- 1960 - The Secret of Green Bor
- 1948 - Pages of life - Mosya