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Gurgen Janibekyan (1897–1978)

He graduated Yerevan Teaching Seminary in 1917. Before joining the Armenian Theatre of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in 1923 he performed in theatrical troupes Zarifyan-Abelyan, Armenyan, Kharazyan. From 1924 to his death he was one of the leading actors of Sundukyan Drama Theatre in Yerevan. His most famous role in cinema was Grigor-agha from The Cliff (1975). See full bio »

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Known For

Pepitto Director
(2013)
(1939)
Sirtn e yergum Plant Director
(1957)
The Cliff Grigor-agha
(1975)

Filmography

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 1975 The Cliff
Grigor-agha
 1974 Sour Grape
Hovhannes
 1974 Chronicle of Yerevan Days
Smbatyan
 1969 Saroyan Brothers
Artin grandfather
 1967 Oh How It Hurts 66 (as G. Dzhanibekyan)
 1962 Tasnerku ughekitsner
Khachatur
 1960 Northern Rainbow
Allayar-khan
 1957 Sirtn e yergum
Plant Director
 1956 Path of Thunder
Gert
 1939 Sevani dzknorsnere
Mkho
 1938 Zangezur
Sako
 1937 Karo
Amiryan
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 2013 Pepitto (Documentary short)
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 2013 Pepitto (Documentary short)
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Alternate Names:

G. Dzhanibekyan
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Gemini

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