Nikolay Yanovsky

An actor and director Nikolay Pavlovich Yanovsky (Lukyanovsky) was born on 14 June 1894 in Voronezh.He graduated from the Kiev Cadet Corps, Faculty of Philology of the Mscow University and Moscow Institute of Commerce.Loving theatre passionately he entered Yevgeny Vakhtangov’s Studio; he participated in the first performances of the 3rd MAT Studio — the future Vakhtangov’s Theatre.He worked at the Vakhtangov Theatre from 1920 till 1968.He worked as a director at the Moscow Mobile Theatre, 4th Gorkov Kolkhoz Theatre, front-line theaters WTO, Kirovsk Kolkhoz Theatre, etc.He taught at the Schukin Theatre School and at “Mosfilm” Studio.During 40 years of working at the Vakhtangov Theatre Nikolay Yanovsky played about 50 roles.Nikolay Pavlovich Yanovsky died on 15 December 1968.

Guest, policeman (The Miracle of St. Antony, 1921)
Cadet (The Marriage, 1921)
Ishmael (Princess Turandot, 1922)
Martinez (Comedies of Merimee, 1924)
Chakhotkin (Lev Gurych Sinichkin, 1924)
Duke Bellegarde (Marion Delorme, 1925)
Antip (Virineya, 1925)
Lieutenant Polevoy (Defeat, 1927)
Petka Grokhotov (Badgers, 1927)
Robber (Zoyka’s Apartment, 1928)
Actor-king (Hamlet, 1932)
Sergeant Barbaru (Intervention, 1933)
Gromov (The Aristocrats, 1935)
Friar Francis (Much Ado About Nothing, 1936)
Captain (The Man with a Gun, 1937)
Yermolov (Field-Marshal Kutuzov, 1940)
Pastor Immoos (Before Sunset, 1941)
Odoyevskiy (The Great Tzar, 1945)
Colonel Gorbatov (Whom the Time Obey, 1946)
Lantye (Les Mis?rables, 1950)
2nd captain of gendarme (The First Joys, 1950)

Much Ado About Nothing, 1956
Anna Karenina, 1967