Died a famous Russian actor and star of the TV series “Streets of broken lamps” Vitali Zhigalin. Russian artist died in consequence of long illness at the age of 47 years.
The exact cause of death of Vitaly Jigulina not disclosed. It is known that he died in the city of Samara in Russia. The sad news of his leaving was announced on the website of the Samara academic Gorky theatre, where the artist worked since 1995.
Streets of broken lamps, footage from the film
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“On the stage of our theatre Vitaly had served for almost 25 years, creating a huge number of multi-faceted and vivid images. He will be remembered as impulsive and charismatic actor, who had a strong creative energy, as a loving father, an attentive teacher and person with a strong, forceful character. Vitaly Ivanovich was fearless and determined artist who always defended my opinion and a unique position on the stage of” Samara academic theatre
Vitali Zhigalin became popular thanks to his roles in the television series “Streets of broken lamps”, “Secrets of investigation”, “Sea devils”. One of the last roles in the theater Jigulina — character Hadley in the play “the Shawshank redemption”. This season, the actor has not acted, because he was in the hospital.
Vitali Zhigalin, Streets of broken lamps
The funeral service, which will be to say goodbye to Gigaliner will be held in the Samara House of the actor 8 November at 11:00.
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