Vladimir Aramovich Dolinsky (born April 20, 1944, Moscow) is a Soviet and Russian actor, broadcaster. Honored Artist of Russia (1994).
In 1966 he graduated from the BV Schukin Theater School and was immediately enrolled in the group of the Moscow Theater of Satire. The fame of the young actor brought the role of Gene Ksidias in the famous play “Intervention” by V. Pluchek (1967).
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|Birthday||:||April 20, 1944|
|Place of Birth||:||Moscow, USSR (now Russia)|
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