An evening with Alexander Lazarev (junior)
Alexander Lazarev was born in Moscow into a family of actors Alexander Lazarev (senior) and Svetlana Nemolyaeva. In 1979, at age 12, he played the role of Theodore Lyamina in the play "Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk" named after V. Theatre. Mayakovsky.
In 1984, Lazarev entered the Moscow Art Theatre School in the course of Ivan Tarhanova, but then went into the army, served in the military command of the Central Red Army Theater. In 1987 he returned to the Moscow Art Theatre School (course Alexander Kalyagin), graduated from it in 1990 and was accepted into the troupe of the theater "Lenk".
In the movie, Alexander Lazarev began acting in high school yet - in the TV movie "Profession - Investigator" and diploma picture Krupnova B. "First Love" [source not specified 366 days]). In 1982 he played a cameo role in the television drama "The Mystery of Edwin Drood." In the title role for the first time he appeared in the film Alexander Belinsky "Provincial Benefit". At the beginning of her acting career was filmed under the name Troubetzkoy. The fame of the actor brought a major role (Anatolia) in the film Vyacheslav Krishtofovich "A friend of the deceased" (1997). He starred in the video director Tigran Keosayan (Shufutinski song, "Song about a friend" Igor Krutoy).
Currently, Alexander Lazarev (Jr.) is one of the leading actors of "Lenkom". He took part in the musical "Metro" Moscow Operetta Theater as a guest star in the role of director Philip.
Duration: 2 hours.
Tickets: from 500 to 3000r.