Today, June 10th, notes the 60-the famous Russian director, screenwriter, producer, actor and TV host Sergey Ursulyak.
Sergey Vladimirovich Ursulyak was born June 10, 1958 year in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. In 1979 he graduated from the acting department of the Theater School named after B.V. Shchukin (workshop Evgenia Simonova), in 1993 – VKSR (workshop Vladimir Motyl). From 1979 to 1991 he served as an actor in the "Satyricone", where he played Chatsky in the play "Woe from Wit". Director of the TV show Dog Show "Me and my dog", documentary cycle "The Newest History", filmmaker in the play Satire Theater "Andryusha". For some time he was the host of the TV program about actors "The motley ribbon".
The directorial debut of Ursulyak took place in 1993 – he staged a social drama "Russian Ragtime". Then followed "Summer People", "Composition for the Victory Day", "Poirot’s failure" and "Long Farewell", but real fame came to him after staging a popular series "Liquidation", released in 2007. Since then, the director prefers to create many-hour paintings ("Isaev", "Life and destiny", "Quiet Flows the Don"). At the moment working on the adaptation of the novel Alexei Ivanov’s "Fate".
He is the recipient of numerous awards, among which there are two prizes of Kinotavr, three Golden Eagles, two Niki, Tafi and others. Married to actress Lika Nifontova. His daughter Alexandra and Daria are also actresses.