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Nikolay Olyalin

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Nikolay Vladimiriovich Olyalin Russian: Николай Владимирович Олялин; May 22, 1941 - November 17, 2009 was a Soviet-Ukrainian actor of Russian ethnicity


  • 1 Biography
    • 11 Early life
    • 12 Height of career
    • 13 Later years
  • 2 Selected filmography
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links


Early life

As a child, Olyalin took drama classes at school On 1959, When his father sent him to a military academy in Leningrad, hoping that he would become an army topographer, Olyalin chose to study in the Leningrad State Institute of Theater, Music and Cinematography instead After graduating at 1964, he joined the Krasnoyarsk Children's Theater, where - in spite of having tense relations with the director - he was considered the best comical actor among the cast There, he met his wife, Nella, who was the second secretary of the local Komsomol

Olyalin made his debut on screen depicting a test pilot in the 1965 film Days of Flight Afterwards, he received many invitations to play in other motion pictures, but the Theater manager never told him of those and threw them away When a letter from the Mosfilm studio reached Krasnoyarsk, offering Olyalin the main role in Yuri Ozerov's Liberation, one of the couriers told him of the matter He claimed to be sick, took a leave and boarded a flight to Moscow The character of Captain Tzvetaev, which he portrayed in the five parts of Liberation, gained him fame throughout the Soviet Union

Height of career

At 1968, during the filming of Ozerov's series, Olyalin met director Vasili Tzvirkunov from the Dovzhenko Film Studios and accepted his proposal to work with the company He starred in several films during the early 1970s, among which was the popular Gentlemen of Fortune, and received the Ukrainian SSR Komsomol's Nikolai Ostrovsky Prize on 1972 Overall, he appeared in some sixty cinema and television productions until his departure

Olyalin's career was compromised when he sunk into severe alcoholism, and banned from acting for a while The secretary of the Communist Party in Ukraine, Volodymyr Shcherbytsky, a personal friend of Olyalin, arranged for him to be taken into rehabilitation Olyalin told an interviewer that since then he "didn't drink a drop" After resuming his work, he was granted the title People's Artist of Ukraine at 1979

Later years

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Olyalin stayed in the newly independent Ukraine At 1992, he directed his own film, Volya He has been a member of the Ukrainian Association of Cinematographers and awarded the Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, fifth class, by the Ukrainian government He continued to perform in his later years, playing the Inquisitor in Night Watch 2004 and Day Watch 2006

Olyalin suffered from a heart condition, apparently caused by being exposed to radiation during the Chernobyl disaster He died of a heart attack at 2009 and was laid to rest in the Baikove Cemetery

Selected filmography

  • The Flight 1970
  • Liberation 1970-1
  • Gentlemen of Fortune 1971
  • Okraina 1998
  • Day Watch 2004
  • Yesenin 2005
  • Night Watch 2006
  • Attack on Leningrad 2009


  1. ^ An obituary of Olyalin in Gazetaua
  2. ^ An obituary in Trudru
  3. ^ An obituary in Kommersantru
  4. ^ Olyalin's biography on Rusactorsru
  5. ^ An obituary on KPru
  6. ^ An interview with Olyalin, by Dmitri Gordon
  7. ^ Obituary on Vestiru
  8. ^ An obituary in Ukrinform
  9. ^ Obituary on Rianru
  10. ^ Olyalin's graveplot in Kiev

External links

  • Nikolay Olyalin on IMDb

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