Grigory Antipenko

Was born on October 10, 1974.

In his young days he studied in a theater studio but was not going to become an actor. Instead he graduated from a pharmaceutical school in the specialty of pharmacist.

In 2003 graduated from B.V. Schukin Theater School, course of R. Ovchinnikov.

In the period from 2003 to 2005 he was an actor of “Et cetera” Theater.

In Vakhtangov Theater together with Yuliya Rutberg he played in performance “Medea” (2011) staged by Mikhail Tsitrinyak.

His first experience of filming was the role of villain Platon Amelin in the film “Talisman of Love”. In spite of the negative nature of the role the actor won popularity and love of fans.

Site of Grigory Antipenko:

The Classic’s Head, 2005
Ugly Betty (Russian version), 2005
The Talisman of love, 2005
Better than Shakespeare, 2006
Waiting for a miracle, 2007
Moon-Odessa, 2007
Maksim Platov, 2007
Man without a gun, 2007
Junkers, 2007
Alpinist, 2008
Enemy number 1, 2008
The Plot, 2008
A Provincial Girl, 2008
Angels cried that night, 2008
Love Journal, 2009
Moscow, I love you, 2011