Mikhail BOLDUMAN, USSR Actor, Moscow Academy Arts Theater, since 1933; Popular Artist Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic since 1947. three Stalin Prizes, 1946 (two), 1950.
BOLDUMAN, Mikhail was born in 1898 in viL Grabarivtsy, Vinnitsa Oblast.
1921-1924 at theaters in Zherinka and Bryansk. 1924-1931 at Kiev Theater of Russia Drama. 1931-1933 at Moscow Drama Theater, formerly the Korsh Theater.
Roles: Boris Godunov in A. K. Tolstoy's “Tsar Fedor Ioannovich”. Tsar Ivan Vasilevich in A. N. Tolstoy's “Trudnye gody” (Difficult Years). Vershinin in Chekhov's “Tri sestry” (The Three Sisters).
Sintsov in Gorky's “Vragi” (The Enemies). Platon in Korneychuk’s “Platon Krechet”. Mayorov and Gorbunov in Kron’s “Ofitser flota” (Officer of the Fleet) and “Glubokaya razvedka” (Reconnaissance in Depth).
Rogov in Virta’s “Khleb nash nasushchny” (Our Daily Bread). Film roles in: “Podnyataya tselina” (Virgin Soil Upturned). “Salavat Yulaev”; “Mechta” (The Dream), etc.