Anatoliy Goryunov

People’s Artist of the RSFSR, the USSR State Prize Laureate Anatoly Osipovich Goryunov was born on 17 December 1902 in Moscow.During the Civil War he was a member of the Revvoensovet.In 1920 he entered the Vakhtangov’s Studio, which in 1926 was transformed into the Vakhtangov Theatre.He worked at the Vakhtangov Theatre from 1926 till 1951.Anatoly Goryunov was also the head of the Production and Literary Department and the Deputy Art Director of the Vakhtangov Theatre.Since 1927 he taught at the Vakhtangov Theatre School, and since 1931 — at GITIS.Anatoly Osipovich Goryunov died on 10 July 1951.

Young Soldier (Virineya, 1925)
Puzyr (Razlom, 1927)
Seaman Dymov (The Man with a Gun, 1937)
Globa (Russian People, 1942)
French soldier Selesten (Intervention, 1933)
Ivan Babichev (Conspiracy of Feelings, 1929)
Baron Nyusenzhen (The Human Comedy, 1934)
Tonkikh (Dalyokoe, 1935)
Tkachenko (The Soldier Was Going From The Front, 1938)
Benedick (Much Ado About Nothing, 1936)
Mayor (The Government Inspector, 1939)
Sancho Panza (Don Quixote, 1941)
Colonel (Mamzelle Nitouche, 1944)
Kosta Varra (Conspiracy of the Doomed, 1950) — The Stalin Prize

The Aristocrats, 1935 – director (production B. Zakhava)

Prazdnik sviatovo Iorguena, 1930
Petersburg Nights, 1934
Crumpet, 1934
Three Comrades, 1935
Goalkeeper, 1936
Paris Dawns, 1936
The Party Card, 1936
The Generation of Winners, 1936
Minin and Pozharsky, 1939
Tanker ‘Derbent’, 1940