Aleksey Vladimirovich Batalov (Russian: Алексе́й Влади́мирович Бата́лов; 20 November 1928 – 15 June 2017) was a Soviet and Russian actor acclaimed for his portrayal of noble and positive characters. He was named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1976 and a Hero of Socialist Labour in 1989.
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Alekcey Vladimirovich Batalov
Vladimir, URSS, Russia
Vladimir Batalov, Viktor Ardov (step father)
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Aleksei Vladimirovich Batalov was born on November 20, 1928, into the family of a famous Russian theatrical actor Vladimir Batalov. He was born in the city of Vladimir, near Moscow, where his grandmother was the Doctor General at the Vladimir city hospital. His father, named Vladimir Petrovich Batalov and his mother, named Nina Antonovna Olshevskaya, were both actors of the Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT) under the directorship of Konstantin Stanislavski and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko. His uncle, named Nikolai Batalov, was a distinguished film actor.
The Batalov family lived in the actor`s apartments building at the Moscow Art Theatre. There young Aleksei got early exposure to the acting profession. He then moved with his mother to the home of her second husband writer Viktor Ardov, who was the neighbor of Osip Mandelstam. Young Batalov became a good friend of poet Anna Akhmatova who stayed in his room during her many visits to Moscow. Later, in the 1960`s, Aleksei Batalov painted an oil portrait of Anna Akhmatova. Writers Mikhail A. Bulgakov, Mikhail Zoschenko, Boris Pasternak were among the closest friends of the Batalov`s family, being also the colleagues of his stepfather Viktor Ardov.
In 1945, upon his return from evacuation in Tatarstan, Aleksei Batalov made his film debut as a cameo in `Zoya`. He studied acting professionally at the Moscow Art Theatre`s Acting Studio-School of Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko from which he graduated in 1950, as an actor. That same year he was drafted in the Red Army and worked as an actor with the Central Theatre of the Soviet Army from 1950-1953. He then returned to the Moscow Art Theatre and was a permanent member of the troupe through 1957.
Batalov shot to fame with his role in `Bolshaya Semya` (The Big Family 1954) directed by `Iosif Kheifets`. For that role he won the Best Actor award at the Cannes Film Festival, which he shared with his partners Sergei Lukyanov, Boris Andreyev, Nikolai Gritsenko, Pavel Kadochnikov, and others; the whole ensemble of actors and actresses were awarded for that film at Cannes, in 1955.
Aleksei Batalov received more international acclaim for his memorable acting opposite Tatyana Samojlova in Letyat zhuravli (1957) (aka.. The Cranes Are Flying) for which director Mikhail Kalatozov won the Golden Palm at Cannes, in 1958. Batalov won the Jussi Diploma of Merit (1962) for the supporting role in `Dama s sobachkoi` (aka.. The Lady with the Dog), a story by Anton Chekhov directed by Iosif Kheifits. Batalov also worked with Kheifits in `V gorode S.` (In the Town of S.), another story by Anton Chekhov. Alrksei Batalov himself directed three films; `Shinel` (1960) on the story by Nikolai Gogol, `Tri tolstyaka` (1966) by Yuri Olesha, and `Igrok` (1973) (aka.. The Gambler), an adaptation of the eponymous book by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Aleksei Batalov earned the State Prize of the USSR for a strong and difficult leading role in `9 dney odnogo goda` (1961), for which director Mikhail Romm won Crystal Globe. Batalov`s performance in the leading role of a Russian intellectual in `Beg` (1970) based on the play by Mikhail A. Bulgakov, was somewhat overshadowed by the brilliant duo of his film partners Mikhail Ulyanov and Evgeni Evstigneev. However, after a few years of his hiatus, Batalov made a successful comeback in `Moskva slezam ne verit` (1979), which won an Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film (1981).
In addition to his numerous international awards Batalov was honored with the title of the People`s Artist of the USSR (1976). He was decorated and received many Soviet and Russian awards from the state. Batalov was the Dean of the Actors Studio at the Moscow State Film Institute (VGIK) from 1975 to 2005. He taught over 20 acting seminars in the USA and Canada. He also made notable works for the Moscow Radio.
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Moscow Art Theatre`s Acting Studio-School of Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, 1950
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