Yury Duvanov

Honored Artist of Russia

Yury Duvanov graduated from Mikhail Tsaryov's class at the Schepkin Institue in 1974, after which he joined the company of the Stanislavsky Drama Theatre. During his tenure there he has played Jim (The Rainmaker, directed by Leonid Varpakhovsky), Korolkov (Four Interrogations, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov), and other roles. As a free lance artist, he has performed in productions at the Theatre of the Moon, the Modern Opera Theatre.

Duvanov made his film debut in 1975 playing Klimchuk in the war tale The Long Versts of War. He performed in numerous films through the 1970s and 1980s. Among his most famous were the melodrama Sunday Papa (directed by Naum Birman, and the drama Who the Singing Canary Visited (directed by Vadim Zobin). In recent years he began appearing in film after a long break.

Roles in the the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre
2017Trotsky, Octavia. Trepanation, directed by Boris Yukhananov
2016Pastor, Before Sunset, directed by Vladimir Kosmachevsky
2016Orgon, Tartuffe, directed by Philipp Grigoryan
2015Tiresias, The Bacchae, directed by Theodoros Terzopoulos
2015Tourist, The Blue Bird, directed by Boris Yukhananov
2015Apuleius, The Golden Ass. The Open-circuited Work Space. Composition: City, directed by Boris Yukhananov
Roles in the Moscow Drama theatre named after K.S. Stanislavsky
2013Lyova, Thank you, Margot, directed by Grigory Ziskin
2011Theatre Director, Six Characters in Search of an Author, directed by Valery Belyakovich
2011Anton Semyonovich Shpak, Ivan Vasilievich..., directed by Alexander Gorban
2008Lel, Martyrs of Love, directed by Tatyana Akhramkova
2008The Judge, The Accident, directed by Alexander Galibin
2007Duncan and McPhee, English Roulette, directed by Arnold Shvetsov
2005Yan Puring, Yevgraf, the Adventurer, directed by Tatyana Akhramkova
2005Styrov, Love and Cards, directed by Vladimir Krasovsky
2004Luigi, Last Will and Testament in Italian, directed by Semyon Spivak
2003Frank Harder, Masculine, Singular, directed by Semyon Spivak
2003Henry Cusack, Wham-Bam, or Charlie's Jubilee, directed by Yury Klepikov
1999Dance Tutor, The Bourgeois Gentleman, directed by Semyon Spivak
1998Ivan, The Oginski Polonaise, directed by Leonid Kheifets
1993Shabelsky, Ivanov, directed by Mikhail Feigin
1993Agathon, The Feast of Thesmophoria, directed by Valery Sarkisov
1988Korolkov, Four interrogations, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov
1987Doctor Bormenthal, The Heart of a Dog, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov
1986Lyonya, Front Page Portrait, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov
1985Fyodor Petruk, Sholom-Aleichem Street, 40, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov
1985Igor Logunov, A Housewarming in an Old House, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov and Olga Velikanova
1984Ivanushka the Fool, The Frog Princess, directed by Olga Velikanova and Alexander Tovstonogov
1981Nikita, Impromptu Fantasy, directed by Alexander Tovstonogov
1973Les, It's Not Evening Yet, directed by Lev Tanyuk (replacement)
1972Jim, The Rainmaker, directed by Leonid Varpakhovsky (replacement)
1968Guy Gisbourne, Robin Hood, directed by Yekaterina Yelanskaya (replacement)
Roles in other theaters
1995Robinson, The Dreams of Grown-up Robinson, directed by Sergei Prokhanov, Theatre of the Moon
1989Soldier, The Soldier's Tale, directed by Mikhail Kislyarov, Modern Opera Theatre
Roles in the cinema
2015Boris, Dina's husband, Everything is Just Beginning, directed by Dmitry Kuzmin
2014Chernikov, The Brothers - 4, directed by Vladimir Vinogradov and Viktor Konisevich
2013Igor Borisovich Grinevich, Sklifosovsky - 3, directed by Yulia Krasnov
2011Yevgeny Limonov, Rush Story - 3, directed by Sergei Vinogradov and Mikhail Tsitrinya
2011Dmitry Orlov, The Forest Warden, directed by Victor Konisevich and Sergei Artimovich
2008Viktor Mikhailovich Kashin, Children of the White Goddess, directed by Alexander Pavlovsky
2008Captain, Three from Carronad Square, directed by Viktor Volkov
2008Vladimir Dobrokhotov, The Palm Reader - 2, directed by Yaroslav Mochalo
2005Pavel Petrovich Strokov, Life is a Field for Hunting, directed by Viktor Volkov
1998Alexei, Do We Send... a Courier? Directed by Valery Chikov
1995Trio. A Love Story of the Late 20th Century, directed by Yuly Karasik
1994GPU Officer, The Master and Margarita, directed by Yury Kara
1985Nikitin, Before Himself, directed by Vadim Zobin
1985Andreichuk, There Lived a Courageous Captain, directed by Rudolf Fruntov
1985Dmitry Dmitrievich Sergeev, Sunday Papa, directed by Naum Birman
1983Volodya, The Spring of Hope, directed by Timur Zoloev
1981Petya Artyukhin, Chauffeur for One Trip, directed by Vadim Zobin
1980Seryozha, Waiting, directed by Boris Yashin
1980Volodya Maximov, Who the Singing Canary Visited, directed by Vadim Zobin
1979Vasily, Family Affair, directed by Alexander Yefremov
1979Strunnikov, PhD student, The Taste of Bread, directed by Alexei Sakharov
1976Andrei Kalitkin, The Whole Thing is Brother, directed by Valentin Gorlov
1975Voronov, The Soldiers' Motherlands, directed by Yury Chulyukin
1975Boris Maleinov, What the Tribunes Won't Learn, directed by Yakov Bazelyan
1975Klimchuk, The Long Versts of War, directed by Alexander Karpov