Lev Konstantinovich Durov (Lev Konstantinovich Durov)

Lev Konstantinovich Durov

Russian Actor. Durov was a Russian actor who appeared on film and in theaters for 60 years. He came from a famous circus-performing family.  Durov trained at the Moscow Art Theatre School. His first performance in flim was in “Dobroe utro” in 1955.   Durov appeared in over 200 films throughout his career, often playing character or supporting roles.   Among them was the role of Agent Klaus in the 1973 film “Seventeen Moments of Spring”.   Durov also was known in the theater throughout his career as well.   He served as main stage director of the Theater of Malaya Bronnaya in Moscow.  During the existence of the Soviet Union, Durov was bestowed the honor of People’s Artist of the USSR. (bio by: Mr. Badger Hawkeye)


  • December, 23, 1931
  • Russia


  • August, 08, 2015
  • Russia


  • Novodevichy Cemetery
  • Russia

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