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Alexei Kovalev

Alexei Kovalev was born on February 24, 1973 in Togliatti, Kuybyshev Oblast, Russian SFSR, USSR as Alexei Vyacheslavovich Kovalyov. He is an actor and producer, known for Bayou Caviar (2018), Les pêcheurs (2013) and Hearts and Scars (2007). He is married to Eugenia Kovalev. They have two children. See full bio »

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 2018 Bayou Caviar
 2014 Les pêcheurs (TV Series)
- L'amour fou - 2 (2014) ... Alex
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 2012 Kovalev & Friends for Kids (Documentary) (producer - as Alex Kovalev)
 2007 Hearts and Scars (Documentary) (producer - as Alex Kovalev)
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 2012 Kovalev & Friends for Kids (Documentary)
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 2009 Pour toujours, les Canadiens!
Self (as Alex Kovalev)
 2009 Les Boys (TV Series)
- Episode #2.11 (2009) ... Self (as Alex Kovalev)
- Episode #2.10 (2009) ... Self (as Alex Kovalev)
 2008 Tout le monde en parle (TV Series)
- Episode dated 28 September 2008 (2008) ... Self (as Alex Kovalev)
 2007 Hearts and Scars (Documentary)
Alex (as Alex Kovalev)
 2002 Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games (TV Mini-Series)
- Opening Ceremony (2002) ... Self

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He and then-teammates Sergei Zubov, Sergei Nemchinov, and Alexander Karpovtsev became the first Russians to win the Stanley Cup, with the New York Rangers in 1994. See more »



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