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Vladimir Mashkov Biography and Wiki
Vladimir Mashkov is a Soviet and Russian film director and actor best known for his roles in the 2001 film Behind Enemy Lines and the 2011 film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Mashkov also worked as a director, producer, and writer on the 2004 Russian film Papa.
Vladimir Mashkov Education
He graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School in 1990, where he studied under Oleg Tabakov.
Vladimir Mashkov Age
He is 59 years old as of 2022. He was born Vladimir Lvovich Mashkov on 27 November 1963 in Tula, Russia.
Vladimir Mashkov Family and Parents
Vladimir Lvovich Mashkov was born on November 27, 1963, in Tula, Russia. His mother, Natalia, was a puppet theater director, and his father, Lev Mashkov, was an actor. Mashkov enrolled in Novosibirsk State University’s biological faculty in the late 1970s.
Vladimir Mashkov Wife and Daughter
Mashkov has one daughter, Maria, from his divorce from actress Yelena Shevchenko.
Vladimir Mashkov Mission Impossible
He appeared as Anatoly Sidorov, a Russian SVR Agent who is after Ethan in the 2011 American action spy film Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. Ethan Hunt, an IMF agent, and an asset named Bogdan are extracted from a Moscow prison. The IMF assigns Hunt to infiltrate the Kremlin in search of Cobalt information.
Vladimir Mashkov Daddy
He appeared as Abraham Schwartz in the 2004 Russian drama film Daddy. Abraham Schwartz, a bookkeeper living in a small town in Ukraine, goes to great lengths to educate his son as a violinist and send him to Moscow, where he is educated, popular and finds love.
Vladimir Mashkov Career
As a child, he made his stage debut, participated in school theater productions, and performed with his parents at the Novokuznetsk Puppet Theater. In the late 1970s, Mashkov enrolled in the biological faculty of Novosibirsk State University, but only stayed for a year before enrolling in the Novosibirsk Theater School, from which he was expelled in 1984 due to inappropriate behavior. He graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School in 1990, where he studied under Oleg Tabakov. In 1989-1990, he worked as an actor at the A.P. Chekhov Art Theater in Moscow. He has been a member of the Oleg Tabakov Theater troupe since 1990.
He is a member of the United Russia party and served as a delegate at the party’s XXII Congress. Mashkov announced the establishment of the “Golden Lion” prize, named after Natalya Nikiforova, in 2011 at a festival of children’s amateur doll theaters in Novokuznetsk, Siberia (his mother). Those nominated for Best Actor and Best Actress receive awards. The first honoree was theater actress Galina Romanova, who was named an Honored Artist of Russia. In an Instagram post on his official page in February 2022, he expressed support for the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. Mashkov spoke at Vladimir Putin’s Moscow rally commemorating the Russian Federation’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine on March 18, 2022.
Mashkov made his film debut in 1989 with Green Goat Fire. Following that, he appeared in Do It — One! (1990), Ha-bi-Assi (1990), Casus improvisus (1991), Love on the Isle of Death (1991), Alaska, Sir! (1992), and Me Ivan, You Abraham (1993). (1993). In 1994, however, he was best known for his roles in Denis Yevstigneev’s Limit and Valery Todorovsky’s Moscow Nights. Mashkov also starred in Karen Shakhnazarov’s melodrama American Daughter in 1995. One of the most notable works of this period was Tolyan’s role in the 1997 film The Thief, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. He portrayed Emelian Pugachev in the historical film Alexander Proshkin’s Russian Rebellion in 2000.
Vladimir Mashkov Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.
Vladimir Mashkov Movies and TV Shows
♦ Behind Enemy Lines
♦ The State Counsellor
♦ Piter FM
♦ The Ghost
♦ The Edge
♦ Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
♦ The Duelist
♦ Flight Crew
♦ Going Vertical
♦ Who’s There?
♦ 1991 – Casus Improvisus
♦ 1996 – Dvadtsat minut s angelom
♦ 2003 – The Idiot
♦ 2005 – Alias
♦ 2007 – Liquidation
♦ 2014 – Grigoriy R.
♦ 2015 – Rodina
♦ 2017 – Raid