It became known that on Sunday, November 24, at 77 year of life died legendary Ukrainian actor David Babayev. The cause of death is still unknown. This was announced on his page in the social network Facebook Vyacheslav Vasilyuk.
“Died David Babayev… the Bright memory”, – he wrote.
It should be noted that at the theater Babayev has played in about 47 years.
The famous actor was born in Makhachkala. In 1969, he graduated from the Kiev College of circus and variety arts, and then for 3 years he was actor and artistic Director of the pop ensemble of the Arkhangelsk Philharmonic society. In Kiev national academic theatre of Russian drama. Lesya Ukrainka Babayev has played more than 70 roles. On account of his longer 40 roles in movies. In 2011 Babaev was awarded the order “For merits” of II degree.
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He was terrific in such films as “Bohdan-Zinovy Khmelnitsky”, “Smile of the beast”, “Illusion of fear”, “Roksolana”, “Game seriously”, “the Trail of the werewolf”, “hearts of three”, “Nose”, and others.
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