Actor Boris Klyuyev admitted that he is seriously ill

73-year-old Soviet, Russian actor of cinema and theater, teacher, People’s Artist of Russia Boris Klyuev admitted that he is seriously ill. The actor has problems with the lungs. About what Klyuyev told himself.

"This is a problem with the lungs, all seriously. Now I’m at home", – the agency quotes Boris Vladimirovich as saying. He added that he did not go to the hospital.

Boris Klyuyev, now – one of the leading actors of the State Academic Maly Theater and a member of the Board of the Guild of Russian Film Actors, was born in 1944 in Moscow. In four years he was left without a father: the 36-year-old actor Vladimir Klyuev fell down with a heart attack and died in the hospital while on tour. Boris’s mother remained a widow at the age of 29.

Work began at thirteen years – at the construction site, unloaded wagons at the station.

After graduation, he entered the Shchepkin Theater School. He served in the army. During the service he got into the extras of Bondarchuk’s film "War and Peace".

In the movie, he debuted in 1968 – an episode in the drama of the Greek director Manos Zaharis, for political reasons emigrated to the USSR, "chastener". Actor’s screen partners were Shakurov, Burkov, Dzhigarkhanyan, Kanevsky.

Among the most famous images of the artist: the epic Count Rochefort in the paintings of George Jungvald-Khilkevich about D’Artagnan and the Musketeers, Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock’s brother, in the series "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson", Spy Sergey "Trianon" Oaks in "TASS is authorized to declare …", Nikolai Petrovich Voronin in the series "Voroniny".

He is known as an actor of dubbing. This is precisely the voice of Klyuyev in the Russian localization of the epic of Peter Jackson, the powerful Saruman.

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