• 1 August 1922
  •  Glazov, Votyak AO, RSFSR [now Udmurtia, Russia]

Aleksey Glazyrin


Aleksei Glazyrin was a Russian film actor best known for his portrayal of a WWII veteran in Belorusskiy vokzal (1970). He was born Aleksei Aleksandrovich Glazyrin on August 1, 1922, in Glazov, Russia. In 1944 he graduated from State Institute of Theatrical Art (GITIS) in Moscow. During the 50s and 60s he worked with various stage companies in Russia, including the Stanislavsky Theatre in Moscow. Glazyrin made his film debut in 1957, in 'V pogone za slavoi'. His best known film appearances were as Malinin in 'Zhiviye i myortvye' and as Kharlamov in 'Belorusskiy vokzal (1970)'. Aleksei Glazyrin died of a heart attack, aged 48, on April 13, 1971, and was laid to rest in Vvedenskoe cemetery in Moscow, Russia


Movie Name Release Date
Σημαδιακό όνειρο – Viy (1967) March 22, 1972