Popularly beloved D'Artagnan
Mikhail Boyarsky was born in 1949 in Leningrad in a family of actors. Parents dream of seeing his son not the successor of their theatrical dynasty, and musician. However, after the music school Mikhail went to study at LGITMIK. Upon graduation in 1972, Boyarsky was admitted to the troupe Lensoviet extras. Boys acting debut in the movie was the role of Italian in the movie "Straw Hat" and fame came to him with access to the screens of television movie "The eldest son."
Equally convincing Boyarsky was not only in feature films, but also in kinoskazki. All remember his role in the cat "New Adventures of Masha and Viti" and the wolf in the musical film "Mama".
With future wife, actress Larisa Luppian, Boyarsky met in 1975, playing the role of Troubadour in the musical "Troubadour and his friends," a role that is played by Princess Luppian.
In 1977, Mikhail Boyarsky starred in a national favorite musical film "Dog in the Manger". Teodoro role became one of his best works. But the high point of the actor suffered a year later, after shooting the film "The Three Musketeers", through which the glory of the actor reached incredible heights. Since then, the image of the brave D'Artagnan firmly attach to the actor, and in 1984 for acting work in this film Boyarsky was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR.
Subsequently, in the role of D'Artagnan, the actor starred in the films "The Musketeers Twenty Years Later" (1992) and "The Secret of Queen Anna or Musketeers thirty years later" (1993).
Among his other famous movies - the musical comedy "Courtship Hussars" (1979), "Prisoner of If Castle" (1988), "Midshipmen, forward!" (1987) and "Vivat, cadets!" (1991), the comedy "Don Cesar de base "(1989), and" Tartuffe "(1992).
In many of his films Boyarsky showed himself as a singer. These are such films as "New Adventures of Masha and Viti," "Mama." "Above the Rainbow," "Where did he go away!", "Gum-gum", "The Man from Boulevard des Capucines", "Don Cesar de Bazan".
Among the audience memorable roles in theater Boyarsky: Luis in the play "Dulcinea del Toboso", a counselor in "Snow Queen" Osman "Stations" Mack the Knife in "The Threepenny Opera".
Since 1986 Mikhail Boyarsky acts as artistic director and director of the theater "Benefit" in St. Petersburg. In 1990, the actor was awarded the title of People's Artist of Russia.
Currently, the actor appears as a TV presenter for many programs, concerts and meetings with audiences all over the country.