(Eugene Lazarev, Evgenij Lazarev, Evgeny Lazarev, Evgueni Lazarev, Eugene Lazarov)
Education: Graduate of Moscow Art Theatre Studio and Theatre Academy.
Career: Actor. Professor of acting at Moscow Art Theater Studio School and Theater Academy of Russia; instructor of acting and directing at the University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television, the Stella Adler Academy of Acting, Los Angeles, CA, and the Stanislavsky Summer School, Cambridge, MA.
Awards, Honors: Medal of Honor, Russia, 1999; National Artist of Russia; received key to the city of Marietta.
Surikov, Vasili Surikov, Ministerstvo Kinematografii, 1959.
Dlinnyy den, Sverdlovskaya Kinostudiya, 1961.
Tishina (also known as Quiet and Silence), Gosudarstvenii Komitet po Kinematograffi, 1964.
Nezhdannyy gost (also known as The Unexpected Visitor and The Uninvited Guest), 1972.
Tabor ukhodit v nebo (also known as Gypsies Are Found Near Heaven and Queen of the Gypsies), 1975, subtitled version distributed by Sovexport-film, 1979.
Kotovsky, Po volchemu sledu, Moldova Film, 1977.
Osobo vazhnoye zadaniye (also known as Particularly Important Task), Mosfilm, 1979.
Kotovsky, Bolshaya–malaya voyna (also known as Big Little War), Moldova Film, 1980.
Odnazhdy dvadtsat let spustya (also known as Once upon a Time Twenty Years Later), Gorky Film Studios, 1980.
Cherez Gobi I Khingan, DEFA–Studio fur Spielfilme/Mongolkino/Mosfilm, 1981.
Ottsy I dedy (also known as Fathers and Grandfathers), Gorky Film Studios, 1982.
Chastnaya zhizn (also known as Private Life), Mosfilm, 1982, subtitled version distributed by International Film Exchange, 1983.
U opasnoy cherty, Mosfilm, 1983.
Bez nadezhdy nadeyus (also known as I Hope without Hope), Moldova Film, 1989.
Vyshinsky, Vrag naroda—Bukharin (also known as Public Enemy Bukharin), Chasovoye Foto/Denn Moss Entertainment/Goskino/Mosfilm/Soyuzkino, 1990.
Futbolist (also known as Soccer Player), Mosfilm/Soyuzkino, 1990.
Vstretimsya na Taiti (also known as See You on Tahiti), Enio–Film, 1991.
Kolya, The Ice Runner, Borde Releasing/G.E.L., 1993.
(As Evgeny Lazarev) President Karpov, The Saint, Paramount, 1997.
(As Evgenij Lazarev) Yuri Chivartsev, Hamilton, Buena Vista, 1998.
(As Eugene Lazarev) General Dubinin, The Sum of All Fears (also known as Der Anschlag), Paramount, 2001.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Uncle Anatoly, The Quickie, Monarch Home Video, 2001.
Title role, Boris, American Film Institute, 2002.
Dr. Roulette, Rice Girl, Alpha–O Production, 2003.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Mr. Dzerzhinsky, Duplex (also known as Our House and Der Appartement–Schreck), Miramax, 2003.
Issac Epp, Pearl Diver, Wood Entertainment, 2004.
Mr. Karmin, Malachance, Perro Negro Productions/Parthenon Films, 2004.
Television Appearances; Series:
Uboynaya sila, [Russia], beginning 2000.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
(As Evgueni Lazarev) Tjivartsjev, Fiendens fiende (also known as Enemy's Enemy), TV4 Sweden, 1990.
Nepredvidennye vizity (also known as Unforeseen Visits), [Russia], 1991.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Iz zhizni fruktov (also known as Experts Are Investigating: From Fruits' Life, Sledstvie vedut znatoki: Iz zhizni fruktov, and Sledstvie vedut znatoki: 16), 1981.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Vshyinsky, Stalin (also known as Sztalin), HBO, 1992.
Grafinya Sheremeteva, 1994.
Tjivartsjev, Tribunal, 1995.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Voice, Fail Safe, CBS, 2000.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
(As Eugene Lazarev) Yuri, "The Pushkin Letters," Suddenly Susan, NBC, 1999.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Vassily Kononov, "The Lame Duck Congress," The West Wing, NBC, 2000.
Bohdan Lavashko, City of Angels, CBS, 2000.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Gregor, "Travinia: Part 1," The Beast, NBC, 2001.
(As Eugene Lazarov) K–Directorate agent Dr. Kreshnik, "Color Blind," Alias, ABC, 2001.
(As Eugene Lazarov) K–Directorate agent Dr. Kreshnik, "Reckoning," Alias, ABC, 2001.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Nikola, "9:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m.," 24 (also known as 24 Hours), Fox, 2002.
(As Eugene Lazarev) "Hindsight," ER (also known as
Emergency Room), NBC, 2002.
(As Eugene Lazarev) Grandpa Manookian, "Fire Fighters are Jerks," Reno 911!, Comedy Central, 2004.
Appeared as Stanley Kowalski, Streetcar Named Desire; also appeared in Walk in the Woods, Theatre in the Square.
A Family Affair, Theater Emory, Atlanta, GA, 1992–93.
The Lion in Winter, Georgia Ensemble Theatre, GA, 1999–2000.
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