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Ilya Kovalchuk (I)

Ilya Kovalchuk was born on April 15, 1983 in Kalinin, RSFSR, USSR [now Tver, Russia]. He is an actor, known for 12 mesyatsev (2013), Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games (2002) and Amanda ja pelimiehet (2017). He has been married to Nicole Andrzajtis Kovalchuk since 2008. They have three children. See full bio »

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 2013 12 mesyatsev
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 2018 PyeongChang 2018: XXIII Olympic Winter Games (TV Mini Series)
Self - Hockey Player
- Closing Ceremony and Day 17 (2018) ... Self - Hockey Player
 2017 Amanda ja pelimiehet (TV Series)
- Pietari (2017) ... Self
 2012-2016 Evening Urgant (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Roman Rotenberg/Ilya Kovalchuk/Flora Band (2015) ... Self - Guest
- Ilya Kovalchuk (2012) ... Self - Guest
 2008 Premiya Muz-TV 2008 (TV Special)
Self - Presenter
 2007 Premiya Muz-TV 2007 (TV Special)
Self - Presenter
 2005 Premiya Muz-TV 2005 (TV Special)
Self - Presenter
 2004 Premiya Muz-TV 2004 (TV Special)
Self - Presenter
 2002 Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games (TV Mini Series)
- Opening Ceremony (2002) ... Self
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 2010 Tým na hrane (TV Movie documentary)

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6' 3" (1.91 m)


Nicole Andrzajtis Kovalchuk  (3 children)

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15-year, $100 million deal with the New Jersey Devils was approved by the NHL after a 17-year, $102 million contract was rejected by the NHL because the structure of the deal would have circumvented the salary cap. See more »



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