Famous Soviet actor Leonid Kuravlev died at the age of 86.
This became known on January 30.
Recently, the artist was diagnosed with pneumonia. He was diagnosed with a severe brain injury.
Leonid Kuravlev was born on October 8, 1936. He was a native of Moscow.
In 1955 he entered the acting department of VGIK. Kuravlev's film debut took place while studying — he played in the film "There will be no layoffs today" Andrei Tarkovsky and Alexander Gordon.
During his acting career, Kuravlyov starred in more than 200 films and TV series. Among the most famous film works of the artist — the role of Shura Balaganov in the film "The Golden Calf", Georges Miloslavsky in the film "Ivan Vasilievich Changes Profession" and plumber Athanasius Borshchov in "Athos".