The Russian and German actor of theater, film and television, radio and the announcer “voice DW” Gennadi Vengerov, died on Tuesday, April 22, at the age of 55 in Dusseldorf. This was reported by his friends and family on social networks. 3 April 2015 the actor on his Facebook page announced that he was sick with lung cancer in the terminal stage.
Gennadi Vengerov Aronovich born August 27, 1959 in Vitebsk. After the end of Architectural and Civil Engineering briefly worked as an engineer-builder. Then began his artistic career as a speaker Vitebsk regional radio. Played in the national theater in Vitebsk and the Belarusian Academic Drama Theatre. Kolas. In 1987 he graduated from the school-studio at the Moscow Art Academic Theater of the USSR. In 1986, while studying in the fourth year, along with his fellow student Mikhail Efremov created theater “Contemporary-2.” In 1989-1990, he was an actor of the Moscow Academic Theatre. Mayakovsky.
In 1990, after moving to Germany, was a Russian speaker program broadcast radio “Deutsche Welle” in Cologne and its “brand” voice. Entire generations of listeners remember him well supplied, deep and soulful bass intones on the air: “Deutsche Welle … News!”. Gennadi Vengerov has also worked on TV projects voicing “Deutsche Welle”, which is then broadcast on the territory of Russia.
In Germany, Gennadi Vengerov continued to be a popular actor. From 1990 to 1994 he worked in Dusseldorf Drama Theatre. In 1995-2000 – Actor Drama Theatre in Bochum.
From the first years in Germany Gennadi Vengerov regularly appeared in German television and movies. His filmography includes more than a hundred roles. In Vengerov had roles in popular television series such as “Tatort”, as well as documentaries and feature films. In particular, he has starred in such well-known German directors, as Heinrich Breloer (Heinrich Breloer) and Leander Hausmann (Leander Haußmann). Since 2004 Gennadiy Vengerov actively acted in Russian television projects, participated in theater productions in Moscow, voiced documentaries and feature films and commercials.