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Date of Birth 3 May 1985Moscow, RSFSR, USSR [now Russia]
Birth NameDanila Valerevich Kozlovskiy
Height 6' 0½" (1.84 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Danila Valerevich Kozlovsky is a Russian stage and screen actor. He was born in Moscow, USSR. From a very young age he was into music, dancing and playing football (soccer). He has two brothers, an elder Egor and a younger Ivan.

In 1996, at the age of 11, Danila, following his brothers, went to a special navy school preparing students for the Military Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2002 he graduated from the school, but eventually acting won him. However, he does not think that the years spent at the navy school were wasted.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Eleni Giannidou

Trivia (10)

He won the "Zolotoy Orel" ("Golden Eagle") Award for "Best Actor in a Film" in 2013 for his role as Maks in Roman Prygunov's Dukhless (2012) ("Soulless"). The "Golden Eagle" Awards are given annually by The National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia; they can be thought of as Russia's Golden Globe Awards.
Plays the saxophone and the piano.
With the The Maly Drama Theatre he has been part of tours all around the world: United Kingdom, Italy, France, Germany, Australia.
Has an older brother, Egor, and a younger brother, Ivan.
In 2002 he entered the St. Petersburg Academy of Theatrical Arts.
He won the "Zolotoy Sofit" ("Golden Floodlight") Theatrical Award for "Best Debut" in 2006 for his performance in the role of Edgar in a production of King Lear in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Studied in the Sea Cadet Corps (Marine Military Academy) in St Petersburg for 6 years, graduating in 2002.
Has taken singing and dancing lessons since childhood.
Was part of the Sea Cadet Corps chorus.
He won the "Belyy Slon" ("White Elephant") Award for "Best Actor in a Film" in 2005 for his role as Nikolay in Aleksey German's Garpastum (2005). The "White Elephant" Awards are given annually by The Russian Guild of Film Critics.

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