Andrey Tutyshkin

Meritorious Artist of the RF Andrey Petrovich Tutyshkin was born on 24 January 2010 in Kishinyov.In 1930 he graduated from the Vakhtangov Theatre School, and more than 20 years worked there as an actor and director.From 1927 till 1939 worked at the Vakhtangov Theatre.1949-1950 — he was the Art Director of the 1st Moscow Puppet Theatre, Leningrad Theatre of Musical Comedy, the chief director of Leningrad Leninsky Komsomol Theatre.In the middle 1960s Andrey Tutyshkin virtually stopped acting in films, and more often taking his place on the other side of the camera. Unfortunately, his works were not appreciated at their true value. He didn’t get honorary titles and awards, his name is mentioned in none of encyclopedias, and his director works were mercilessly criticized by his contemporaries. Today they are part of the Films Gold Fund.Andrey Petrovich Tutyshkin died on 30 October 1971.

Wise Man (Princess Turandot, 1922)
3rd lodger (Conspiracy of Feelings, 1929)
Actor-Queen (Hamlet, 1932)
Tyatin (Yegor Bulychev and others, 1932)
Chemist (The Intervention, 1933)
Prince of Orleans (The Human Comedy, 1934)
Botkin (The Aristocrats, 1935)
Antonio (Much Ado About Nothing, 1936)
Old Soldier (The Man with a Gun, 1937)
Alexander I (Field-Marshal Kutuzov, 1940)
Kharitonov (Russian People, 1942)
Doctor (Oleko Dundich, 1942)

The Straw Hat, 1939
Masquerade, 1941
Servant of Two Masters, 1943
The Last Day, 1945

As an actor:
The Summer Day, 1950
The Kind Town, 1950
Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro, 1952
Volga-Volga, 1938
A Girl with a Character, 1939
The Hearts of the Four, 1941
Poedinok, 1944
Twins, 1945
Three Meetings, 1948
The Reserve Player, 1954
We’ve Met Before, 1954
Carnival Night, 1956
To the Black Sea, 1957
Probation Term, 1960
Adult children, 1961
Anna Karenina, 1968
As a director:
We’ve Met Before, 1954
Crazy Day, 1956
To the Black Sea, 1957
The Free Wind, 1961
Svadba v Malinovke, 1967
Denschik Shelmenko, 1971
He also wrote the screen script of the film “Denschik Shelmenko”, 1971.