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Anatoli Ktorov (1898–1980)

Anatoli Ktorov, a brilliant Russian actor who was stuttering in real life but was perfectly eloquent in acting roles, had a career spanning from silent films to Academy Award-winning epic War and Peace (1966). He was born Anatoli Petrovich Ktorov on April 24, 1898, in Moscow, Russia. His grandfather was a successful merchant, his father, named Petr... See full bio »

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Known For

War and Peace
War and Peace Prince Nikolai Andreevich Bolkonsky
Marionettes Do - The Prince
Holiday of St. Jorgen
Holiday of St. Jorgen Mikael Korkis
Chess Fever
Chess Fever Tram Passenger


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 1965 Uchitel slovesnosti (TV Movie)
 1963 Vernite platu za obucheniye (TV Movie)
 1937 Without Dowry
Sergei Sergeyevich Paratov (as A. Ktorov)
 1934 Marionettes
Do - The Prince
 1930 Holiday of St. Jorgen
Mikael Korkis (as A. Ktorov)
 1927 Kto ty takoy?
 1927 Krug
 1926 Three Thieves
 1925 Chess Fever (Short)
Tram Passenger
 1925 Zakroyshchik iz Torzhka
Anatoli, young lady's fiancee (as A. Ktorov)
 1925 Yego prizyv
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From 1933 to 1980 he was a permanent member of the troupe at Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT).

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A. Ktorov

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