How the stars of the TV series "Liquidation" have changed in 12 yearsPictolic
"Nika", "Golden Eagle", "TEFI" and even the FSB award! The series won all possible awards and gathered a record number of viewers, and the statements of the heroes became winged. Where are the actors of "Liquidation" now?
The role of the head of the UGRO department for combating banditry, David Markovich Gotsman, became a landmark in the creative career of Vladimir Mashkov. The actor lived for almost a year in In Odessa, I got used to the image of the hero, studied the biography of his prototype David Kurland.
Friends of the artist said that for the role of Gotsman, he lost almost 20 kilograms. When in 2011 Vladimir Mashkov played Tsar Nicholas II in the film "Rasputin", colleagues jokingly called him"Gotsman on the throne".
After the "Liquidation", Vladimir Mashkov starred in such projects as "Brownie", "Crew", "Upward Movement", "Billion". In recent years, the artist has focused his efforts on working in the theater. In April 2018, Vladimir Mashkov became the artistic director of the Oleg Tabakov Theater. The artist continues to appear on stage in the performances "The Inspector" and "Matrosskaya Tishina", and in his spare time he communicates with children and grandchildren.
The performer of the role of a werewolf in the uniform of an Academician (Major Krechetov) Mikhail Porechenkov was also a very popular actor at the time of the start of filming "Liquidation". And they say that in In Odessa, he was greeted almost more warmly than Mashkov. The actor has already become famous thanks to the TV series "National Security Agent", the films "Mechanical Suite", "Trio"," 9th company "and"Svyaz".
And he took up Krechetov with special zeal. To begin with, I got much better, so that the antagonist hero was as different as possible from the dry and muscular Gotsman. On the set, the actor was the biggest bully and most often stabbed partners. There is a video on the Internet on which Porechenkov laughs for 10 minutes in a row at Mashkov, who is trying to pronounce the word "uniform", sitting in an actor's trailer with a script.
After the" Liquidation", Mikhail continued to play at the Moscow Art Theater. Chekhov, where Mashkov now puts on performances. He also starred in the TV series "White Guard", "Doctor Tyrsa", "Murka" and played Ivan Poddubny in the film of the same name. He hosted the show "Battle of Psychics". The actor has four children from different marriages, and two years ago he became a grandfather.
The hero of Sergei Makovetsky dies in the third series of "Liquidation", but the bright image of the pickpocket Fima-Half-Human and his apt phrases were loved and remembered by the audience. It is noteworthy that initially Andrey Krasko was appointed to the role, with whom they managed to shoot two shooting days.
The actor died of a stroke, having managed to work out in the scene of Fima's death — in the frame where he lies with his back up, it was Krasko who was shot. Sergey Makovetsky agreed to play an "unhappy" role, organically getting used to the image of a pickpocket and a close friend of David Gotsman.
Now the People's Artist of Russia works in At the State Academic Theater named after Yevgeny Vakhtangov, he tours with the troupe and continues to act in films. Among the latest projects in which Makovetsky is engaged are the TV series "Godunov" and "Gogol", the comedy " On Paris" and a picture based on the book by Guzeli Yakhina "Zuleikha opens her eyes".
Honored Artist of Russia Konstantin Lavronenko is one of the favorite actors of the series director Sergei Ursulyak and his colleague Andrey Zvyagintsev. The role in Zvyagintsev's film "The Return" brought the actor international fame.
Lavronenko played in the" Liquidation "of the bandit Chekan, who works for the elusive "Academician". Konstantin convincingly portrayed a criminal who without hesitation kills those who stand in his way.
Subsequently, the actor played in the TV series "Isaev", "Black Cat", "Family circumstances". In the fall of 2019, the films "Hero" and "Outpost" with the participation of Lavronenko were released.
Ksenia Rappoport played in the" Liquidation " of the gunner and Igor Chekan's girlfriend — Ida Kashetinskaya. For this work, the actress was awarded the Golden Eagle Award in the nomination "Best Female Role on Television" in 2009.
The director of "Liquidation" Sergey Ursulyak invited Ksenia to his next series "Isaev", where she played the role of singer and Russian intelligence officer Lydia Bosse.
The actress is actively acting in films and plays in the theater. In 2012, she won the Golden Eagle for Best Actress in a movie. The jury noted the performance of Rappoport in the film "Two Days"by Avdotya Smirnova. Now Ksenia has more than 50 roles in films and TV series.
The actress is actively engaged in charity work and directs the board of trustees of the Children of B. E. L. A. Butterfly Children Foundation, which helps children with a serious disease-epidermolysis bullosa.
Kolya Spiridonov first appeared on the screens in the films "The Italian" and "The Way". The role of the homeless Bear-Carp in the TV series "Liquidation" made the 12-year-old schoolboy famous throughout the country. In the Ruza near Moscow, where the Bear-Crucian was born according to the script, they even put up a monument to him.
In the following years, Nikolai played in several more projects, including a mini-series based on the story of Vladislav Krapivin "The Three from Carronade Square". It seemed that the young man was provided with an acting career, but the last film with his participation was released in 2014.
Now 24-year-old Nikolai works as a deputy director of one of the grocery stores of a popular retail chain. Spiridonov is married, has a little daughter and warmly remembers working with Vladimir Mashkov. Nikolai admits that he would still like to star in a movie, and dreams of a career as an actress for his daughter.
People's Artist of the RSFSR Svetlana Kryuchkova became one of the most famous artists of the series. The brilliant role of Aunt Pesya-Madame Shmuklis, who tirelessly takes care of her adult son, a lawyer, brought Kryuchkova new fans.
By the time of filming, she had worked in the films "Big Change", "Eldest Son", " It can't be!", "Scarecrow", "Old Nags". In 2009, Svetlana Nikolaevna played her grandmother Nina Antonovna in the film "Bury me behind the baseboard". In 2015, Kryuchkova was diagnosed with cancer, but the actress managed to overcome the disease and achieve remission.
Honored Artist of Russia Alexander Semchev starred in the TV series " Border. Taiga novel", "Plot", "Ice Age", but by the beginning of work in the "Liquidation", his image was firmly connected with the advertising of beer "Fat Man".
Alexander managed to overcome the stereotypes of perception and embody the image of "mama's son" Emmik — lawyer Emmanuel Shmuklis, a neighbor of David Gotsman.
In the following years, the directors actively used the external texture of Semchev, who weighed almost 200 kilograms.On the eve of his 50th birthday, in 2019, Alexander lost almost 100 kilograms. The artist admitted that he was motivated by concern for his health and career:
Semchev switched to fractional nutrition, started eating vegetables and underwent bariatric surgery.
Beloved, and later the wife of David Gotsman, Nora (Elena Bruner) she played the wife of the director-director of "Liquidation" Sergey Usulyak.
People's Artist of Russia Lika (Liana) Nifontova has been playing on the stage of the Satyricon theater for 35 years and is well known to the capital's theater-goers. The actress rarely appears in films, but her every appearance on the screen does not leave the audience indifferent.
Sergey Ursulyak subsequently used Lika in his TV series "Isaev", "Life and Fate", "Quiet Don". In the "Satyricon" Nifontova plays in the performances "Othello" "The Seagull", "London Show", " Vanya and Sonya and Masha and the nail".
People's Artist of the RSFSR Vladimir Menshov was the most famous member of the acting ensemble at the time of filming in Liquidation. His film "Moscow does not believe in tears" became one of the few works of Soviet directors awarded the Academy Award.
In the" Liquidation", the hero of Vladimir Valentinovich was a historical character — Marshal Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov, who from June 1946 to February 1948 commanded the Odessa military district.
After filming in the series, Vladimir Menshov starred in the films "Strict regime Holidays", "Generation " P", " Vysotsky. Thank you for being alive", "What else do men talk about", "Ekaterina", "After you", "The last Christmas trees". Since 2007, as a director, Menshov has directed the unfinished "Big Waltz" and a documentary film for the anniversary of the Institute of Cinematography — "VGIK 100".
Vladimir Valentinovich is the permanent chairman of the Russian Oscar Committee. On September 17, 2019, the director turned 80 years old.