Armen Dzhigarkhanyan

Armen Dzhigarkhanyan

Armen Dzhigarkhanyan

03.10.1935 (88 years) (Yerevan, USSR (Armenia))

Armen Dzhigarkhanyan (Armenian: Արմեն Ջիգարխանյան; pronounced [dʒiɡɑrχɑnjɑn]; Russian: Армен Джигарханян; born 3 October 1935) is an Armenian and Russian (formerly Soviet) actor. Born and raised in Yerevan, Dzhigarkhanyan started acting in the academic and Russian theaters of the city, before moving to Moscow to continue stage acting. Since 1960, he appeared in a number of Armenian films. He became popular in the 1970s with the various roles he portrayed in Soviet films like The New Adventures of the Elusive Avengers (1968), its sequel The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers (1971) and The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed (1979). After almost 30 years on the stage of the Mayakovsky Theatre, Dzhigarkhanyan taught at VGIK and in 1996 he founded his own drama theater in Moscow. Dzhigarkhanyan, one of the most renowned living film and stage Armenian and Russian actors, has appeared in more films than any other Russian actor with more than 250 appearances.



The House in the Heart (2014)

IMDB: 5.8 (53 votes)
Love in USSR (2013)

IMDB: 5.5 (61 votes)
The Edge (2010)

IMDB: 6.5 (2791 votes)
O, Luckyman! (2009)

IMDB: 4.7 (159 votes)
Vanished Empire (2008)

IMDB: 6.8 (480 votes)
Domovoy (2008)

IMDB: 6.9 (1381 votes)
The Best Movie (2008)

IMDB: 3 (2667 votes)
What a Mess! (1995)

IMDB: 7.0 (1556 votes)
Black Square (1993)

IMDB: 6.3 (87 votes)
Dreams (1993)

IMDB: 6.7 (239 votes)
Ivan & Abraham (1993)

IMDB: 6.7 (270 votes)
City Zero (1988)

IMDB: 7.5 (1574 votes)
The Dog in the Manger (1978)

IMDB: 7.9 (785 votes)