Nikita Mikhalkov


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Birth Name: Nikita Mikhalkov
Born: 10/21/1945
Birth Place: Russia

Mikhalkov began as an actor, receiving early acclaim in Georgy Daniela's "I Step Through Moscow" (1963), as well as appearing in "A Nest of Gentlefolk" (1969) and a film version of Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" (1972), both directed by his brother. He had acted in more than a score of pictures and helmed several student films before making his feature directing debut with "At Home Among Strangers" (1974), a sort of Soviet Western set amidst the civil war of the 1920s, which received a "slightly condescending" reception in the Soviet Union. However, his next film, "A Slave of Love" (1976, co-written by his brother), a tragi-comedy about a film company making a movie as the Revolution of 1917 ... Continue Bio >>

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