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Daniil Kharms (1906–1942)

Daniil Kharms was born on January 12, 1906 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire [now Russia]. He was a writer, known for Clownery (1989), Charms Zwischenfälle (1996) and Five No Budget Films (2010). He was previously married to Marina Malitsch. He died on February 2, 1942 in Leningrad, USSR [now St. Petersburg, Russia]. See full bio »

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Known For

Clownery Writer
(1989)
(1996)
(2010)
(1995)

Filmography

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 2021 She New It All (original story)
 2010 The Hat (Short)
 2010 Five No Budget Films (story for "Or a Horror Film")
 2008 Delivery (Video short) (story)
 2006 Ne skreci sa staze (TV Movie) (short story - segment "2")
 2001 15 - 18 (Short) (short story)
 1999 The Old Woman (novel)
 1999 The Fall (Short) (story "Pad A Vypadavajici stareny")
 1996 Charms Zwischenfälle (as Daniil Charms)
 1995 Concert for a Rat (works)
 1995 Maskin zabil Koskina (Short) (short story)
 1990 Kto tam? (Short) (novel)
 1990 One Day... (Short) (story - as D. Kharms)
 1989 Clownery (writer)
 1984 Plyukh i Plikh (TV Short) (translation)
 1972 A Merry Old Man (Short) (poem)
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 1929 Post (Short) (text writer)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His play, "Out of a House Walked a Man," was performed in a Royal National Theatre production and Theatre De Complicite at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Kathryn Hunter, Toby Sedgwick, Paul Hamilton, and Lore Lixenberg in the cast. Annabel Arden and Annie Castledine were directors. See more »

Alternate Names:

Daniil Charms | D. Kharms

Spouse:

Marina Malitsch  (his death)

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