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Zula Nakhashkiyev (1900–1943)

Zula Nakhashkiyev was born in 1900 as Zula Nokhashkiyevich Nakhashkiyev. He was an actor, known for Guest (1939), Muzhestvo (1939) and Ochir (1933). He died on August 17, 1943. See full bio »



(age 43)

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Known For

Guest Actor
Muzhestvo Dugar
Ochir Actor
City of Youth Old Nanai - Kilya's Father


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 1939 Guest
 1939 Muzhestvo
 1938 City of Youth
Old Nanai - Kilya's Father (as Z. Nakhashkiyev)
 1938 God 19-yy
Appearing (uncredited)
 1936 Seven Brave Men
A chukri (uncredited)
 1934 Chapayev
Appearing (uncredited)
 1933 Ochir

Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Z. Nakhashkiyev

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After graduation in 1932 from the Leningrad Oriental Institute, he worked in the Department of Public Education of the Kalmyk ASSR as a teacher of the Kalmyk language. See more »

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