Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Irina Miroshnichenko: Volontir was a talented actor – RIA Novosti

MOSCOW, September 15 – RIA Novosti. The famous Moldovan actor Mihai Volontir, who died on Tuesday night, was not only a talented artist, but clean, deeply decent man, told reporters the actress Irina Miroshnichenko.

Volontir died on the 82 th year of life in Chisinau in the Republican Clinical Hospital (RCH) after a long illness. The funeral of the actor will be held on September 17 in Chisinau.

“We Mihai played together in the movie” The sweet word – freedom! “,” Secret Service agent. “I’m with bitterness and sorrow that I learned today is bitter news. Mihai truly talented and friendly people – in relation to the people of his enthusiastic thanks Clara Lucko for her help. It is important not to ask a question and to answer it, and his answers to the steps of other people were amazing, worthy of deeply decent man “- said Miroshnichenko.

” I offer condolences, bow to his talent, “- she added.

Earlier, People’s Artist of Russia, head of the Moscow City Duma Commission on Culture Yevgeny Gerasimov also expressed their condolences on the page in the social network Facebook.

“Lost a talented actor, People’s Artist of the USSR – Mikhail Volontir. Back in 1976 we filmed with him in one picture” Do not believe the cry of a night bird, “where Mihai Ermolaevich played the role of my father. After the movie, we often met him on various film festivals, continued to maintain communication, “- wrote Gerasimov.

He added that Volontir remembered him with his sincerity, depth and honesty.

Mihai Volontir was born in 1934 in the village of Glinzheny Şoldăneşti District . He graduated from the Teacher Training College in Orhei. The debut in the film – in the movie comedy “Kyritz in Iasi” on product Vasile Alecsandri in 1967. Best known for the films “We need a porter,” “In the area of ​​special attention”, “Return Move”, “Dimitrie Cantemir”, the television series “Gypsy” and “Return Budulai.” In 2000 Volontir was named best actor in the Moldovan cinema of the twentieth century.

More about the Soviet and Moldovan theater and film actor, People’s Artist of the USSR Mikhail Ermolaevich volunteered to read the curriculum vitae RIA Novosti & gt; & gt;


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