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Mikhail Filippov

People's Artist of Russia

Михаил Филиппов родился 15 августа 1947 года в Москве. 

Учился на филологическом факультете МГУ (четыре курса). В 1973 году окончил актерский факультет ГИТИСа – курс Г.Г. Конского.

Во время учебы в МГУ играл в студенческой студии «Наш дом». 
С 1973 года Михаил Филиппов - актер Театра им. Вл. Маяковского.


Играет в спектаклях текущего репертуара:

«Плоды просвещения» Л. Толстой – Алексей Владимирович Кругосветлов

«Кант» М. Ивашкявичюс – Иммануил Кант

«Господин Пунтила и его слуга Матти» Б. Брехт – Пунтила

«Таланты и поклонники» А. Островский – Иван Семеныч Великатов

«Женитьба» Н. Гоголь – Кочкарев


Upcoming performances

    Mikhail Filippov was born on August 15, 1947 in Moscow.

    He studied at the Department of Philology of Moscow State University (four courses). In 1973 he graduated from the Acting Department of GITIS (G. Konsky's course).

    During his studies at Moscow State University he played at the student studio ‘Our Home’.

    Since 1973 he has been working at Mayakovsky Theatre.

    PRIZES AND AWARDS

    People's Artist of Russia (1995).

    Laureate of Moscow Award (1997, for his roles in performances 'Marriage’ and ‘Napoleon the First’).

    Prize at Film Festival ‘Constellation’ as Best Supporting Actor (1997, for TV series ‘St. Petersburg Mysteries’).

    Laureate of the State Prize of Russia (1999, for taking part in the performance ‘Marriage’, Theatre Na Pokrovke).

    Special prize of ‘Idol’ Award.

    Order of Merit, for years of work in the field of culture and arts (January 2005).

    Winner of the ‘Crystal Turandot’ in the category ‘Best Actor’ (2010, for his role in the play ‘The Secret Journal of Privy Councillor’)

    Winner of the International Stanislavsky Award in the category ‘Stagecraft’ for his recent roles (2011, for his roles in productions ‘The Secret Journal of Privy Councilor’ and ‘Those Bitches Tried to Kill Me’, staged at theater ‘Hermitage’)

    THEATRE WORKS

    Mayakovsky Theatre (past works):

    ‘Napoleon the First’ by F.Brukner - Napoleon

    ‘Enigma Variations’ by E. Schmitt - Abel Znorko

    ‘The Fruits of Enlightenment’ by Leo Tolstoy - Krugosvetlov

    ‘The Nineteen’ by A.Fadeev- Kharchenko

    ‘Man of La Mancha’ by D.Vasserman, D.Derion - Sancho Panza

    ‘Thought about Britannica’ by Y.Yanovsky - 1st Curly

    ‘A Streetcar Named Desire' by T. Williams - Barker, Sailor

    ‘Unpublished report’ bu R.Ibragimbekov - Planner

    ‘Conversations with Socrates' by E. Radzinsky – The first student of Socrates

    ‘Venceremos’ (‘Interview in Buenos Aires’) by G. Borovik - Pharmacist

    ‘Vivat! Vivat Regina!’ by R.Bolt - De Quadra

    ‘Efficiency of Obsession’ by Y.Volchek - Leva Arzumanov

    ‘Running’ by Mikhail Bulgakov - Korzukhin, Artur Arturovich

    ‘Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District’ by N.Leskov - Investigator

    ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ by T. Williams - Guper

    ‘Look Who Is Here!’ by V.Arro - Robert

    ‘Rumor’ by A.Salynsky - Mchislavsky

    ‘High’ by M.Rozovsky - Lord of all, the main accompanist

    ‘Sunset’ by Isaac Babel - Narrator, Boyarsky

    ‘Victoria...?’ by T.Rattigan - Mintou

    ‘The Brothers Karamazov’ by F.Dostoevsky - Dmitry Karamazov

    ‘A Delicate Balance’ by E.Albee- Toby

    Other theaters:

    ‘Ivanov’ by Anton Chekhov (1993, Stanislavsky Drama Theatre)

    ‘Marriage’ by Nikolai Gogol - Kochkarev (1996, ‘Theatre Na Pokrovke’)

    ‘ART’ - Ivan (Theatrical Agency ‘Art-Partner XXI’, directed by Patrice Kerbrat, 1997)

    ‘Hamlet’ by William Shakespeare - Polonius (1998, the International Confederation of Theatre Associations, staged by Peter Stein)

    Theatre ‘Hermitage’:

    ‘Secret Journal of Privy Councillor’ - Nikolai Stepanovich privy councilor

    ‘Those Bitches Tried To Kill Me’ - Stern, Neiman

    Cinema works: ‘The Red and The Black’ (1976), ‘Interview in Buenos Aires’ (photodrama) (1979), ‘Tatiana Doronina's benefit concert’ (photodrama) (1980), ‘Simple Girl’ (photodrama) (1981) ‘Jonah, or the artist at work’ (short film) (1983), ‘Odessa Stories of Isaac Babel’ (photodrama) (1984), ‘Your daughter Aleksandra’ (photodrama) (1986), ‘Look who is here!’ (Photodrama) (1987), ‘Lucky Women’ (1989), ‘And it happened in Vichy’ (photodrama) (1989), ‘Case of Sukhovo Kobylin’ (1991), ‘Promised Heaven’ (1991), ‘The Crazies’ ( 1991), ‘Things of Life’ (1992-1997), ‘Breakfast with a view of Mount Elbrus’ (1993), ‘Dashing couple’ (1993), ‘Russian Romance | Ruský román’ (Russia, Slovakia, Germany) (1993) ‘St. Petersburg Mysteries’ (1994), ‘Moscow Holidays’ (1994), ‘Square’ (1995), ‘Breguet’ (photodrama) (1997), ‘The Marriage’ (photodrama) (1997, 2007), ‘Impostors’ (all seasons) (1998-2002), ‘Detective Dubrovsky`s Profile ‘(1999),’ Decoupling of Petersburg Mysteries ‘(1999),’ Russian revolt ‘(2000),’ Salome ‘(2001),’ Cricket behind the chimney ‘(2001),’ Russian Amazon ‘(2002),’ Children of the Arbat ‘(2004),’ Dzisay ‘(2004),’ The Legends of voodoo love ‘(Russia, Ukraine) (2009),’ Crimson color of snow ‘(2010), etc.

    Website about Michael Filippov: www.filippov-mi.narod.ru


    Plays

    The Fruits of Culture

    The Fruits of Culture

    Main Stage
    12+
    Authors: Lev Tolstoy
    Staging: Mindaugas Karbauskis
    Genre: comedy

    Kant

    Kant

    Stage on Sretenka
    16+
    Authors: Marius Ivaskevicius
    Staging: Mindaugas Karbauskis
    Genre: about Critique of Pure Reason

    Mr. Puntila and His Man Matti

    Mr. Puntila and His Man Matti

    Stage on Sretenka
    18+
    Authors: Bertolt Brecht
    Staging: Mindaugas Karbauskis
    Genre: folk comedy

    Talents and Admirers

    Talents and Admirers

    Main Stage
    16+
    Authors: Aleksander Ostrovsky
    Staging: Mindaugas Karbauskis
    Genre: comedy

    Marriage

    Marriage

    Main Stage
    12+
    Authors: Nikolay Gogol
    Staging: Sergey Artsibashev
    Genre: an absolutely incredible incident in two acts.