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Azat Sherents (1913–1993)


Azat Sherents studied in Armenian Theatre Studio in Moscow (R. Simonov's master-class) in 1934-1937. He acted on the stage of Sundukyan Drama Theatre of Yerevan in 1931-34 then in Leninakan Drama Theatre for three years in 1937-1968. Since 1968 he worked at Armenfilm Studio starring in a number of Armenian films. See full bio »

Died:

(age 80) in Yerevan, Armenia

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Known For

Ashnan arev Andranik, Simon's brother
(1977)
(1980)
Tghamardik Vazgen
(1973)

Filmography

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 1985 Apple Garden
Sahak
 1984 Mayrik Anush (TV Movie)
 1982 Seans odnovremennoy igry (TV Movie)
 1980 Ktor me yerkinq
Priest
 1979 August (TV Movie)
Station director
 1979 Astghayin amar
Chef cook
 1978 Arevik (TV Movie)
 1977 Ashnan arev
Andranik, Simon's brother
 1976 My Heart Is in the Highlands (TV Movie)
John Byron
 1975 Here, on This Crossroads
Mukuch
 1974 Odnoselchane
Ruben Stepanyan
 1974 Chaos
Papasha
 1974 Sour Grapes
Head of the railway station
 1973 Tghamardik
Vazgen
 1973 Hayrik
Grandfather
 1971 Khatabala
 1971 Vystrel na granitse
Trespasser
 1970 How to Become a Man (segment "Buba")
 1969 We and Our Mountains
Avag

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