Mikhail Dadyko

Honored Artist of RussiaMikhail Sergeyevich Dadyko was born on December 9, 1926.He graduated from the Theater School BV Shchukin in 1950, the course of Elizabeth Alekseeva and Leonid Shikhmatov.He served in the Theater Eug. Vakhtangov from 1950 to 1993.MS Dadyko gave 45 years of life to Vakhtangov Theatre, where he played a lot of bright, juicy and compelling characters.Its amazing organic eloquently testifies the following fact. In the film, Art. Rostotsky “White Bim – Black Ear,” he played the villain dark Grey enthusiastically collecting dog collars. After the premiere of the picture, and, especially TV broadcast, Arbat boys noticed him and started to throw stones to him with shouts: “Here you are! Take that, treacherous villain from the Soviet Pioneers!”

Over the year the honored artist made  his way to the theater by secret paths, each time changing routes.Mikhail S. Dadyko died on August 17, 1995.

The old man (First joy, 1950)
Victoire (Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1952)
Ilya Kononov (Foma Gordeev, 1956)
Michele (Filomena Marturano, 1956)
Bob (The Sixth Floor, 1956)
Ivan Zhmelkov (City at the dawn of 1957)
Bokan (Unwritten Law, 1958)
Athanasius Lapchenko (Irkutsk Story, 1959)
Trofim Sticks (Cook, 1959, and married cook, 1961)
Cockerels (Living Corpse, 1962)
Altoum (Princess Turandot, 1963)
Man (Millionaire, 1964)
Man Krutitsa (The Wise Man Stumbles, 1968)
Boatswain Bay (Death Squadron, 1977)
Cesare (Waiting, 1977)
Styr (Stepan Razin, 1979)
Paramonov (Case, 1988)

Yegor Bulychev and others (photoplay), 1953
Immortal garrison, 1956
Ballad of a Soldier, 1959
White Bim Black Ear, 1977
Turn, 1978
Eternal Call, 1983