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Vladimir Voinovich (1932–2018)

Vladimir Voinovich was born on September 26, 1932 in Stalinabad, Tajik SSR, USSR as Vladimir Nikolaevitch Voinovich. He was a writer and actor, known for Shapka (1990), Zivot a neobycejna dobrodruzstvi vojaka Ivana Conkina (1994) and Dva tovarishcha (2001). He was married to Svetlana Yakovlevna Kolesnichenko, Irina Danilovna Braude and Valentina ... See full bio »


(age 85) in Moscow, Russia

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 2007 Priklyucheniya soldata Ivana Chonkina (TV Movie) (novel - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 2001 Dva tovarishcha (story - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 1994 Zivot a neobycejna dobrodruzstvi vojaka Ivana Conkina (novel - as Vladimir Vojnovich)
 1990 Shapka (story - as Vladimir Voynovich)
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 2006 Jardins en automne (as Vladimir Vojnovich)
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 2014 Pussy Riot und andere Sünden (Documentary)
 2006 Shkola zlosloviya (TV Series)
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- Episode #4.35 (2006) ... Himself - Guest (as Vladimir Vojnovich)

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Vladimir Vojnovich | Vladimir Voynovich

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I wanted to be a realist, writing about what I saw. Almost like journalism. But when I published my work, which I thought was really true-to-life, they said, 'You're writing satire.' I wasn't, it was just life that was so absurd. The more I've depicted life, the deeper I've gone, the more I've become a satirist. Or so they say.


He first gained national fame in the early 1960s, when he wrote a song, loosely translated as "Fourteen Minutes to Liftoff", that became a favorite of cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev. See more »

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