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Vitaly Vulf
Russian art and literary critic

Vitaly Vulf

Vitaly Vulf
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Intro Russian art and literary critic
A.K.A. Vitaly Yakovlevich Vulf
Was Critic Historian Cultural historian Translator Screenwriter Theatre critic
From Russia Russia
Field Academia Film, TV, Stage & Radio Social science
Gender male
Birth 23 May 1930, Baku, Azerbaijan
Death 13 March 2011, Moscow, Russia (aged 80 years)
Star sign Gemini
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Vitaly Yakovlevich Vulf (Russian: Вита́лий Я́ковлевич Вульф, 23 May 1930 – 13 March 2011) was a Russian art, drama, film critic, literary critic, translator, TV and radio broadcaster and critic.


Vitaly Vulf was born in Baku, where his father Yakov (who died in January 1956) was a lawyer. Vulf's mother, Helen Yelena Belenkaya, graduated from Baku University and was a teacher of Russian language. She died in 1974.

Vitaly Yakovlevich dreamed of going to GITIS. However, his father insisted that he received a serious education. So after graduating from high school Vitaly Vulf enrolled at the Moscow State University law school. However, owing to Antisemitism, Vitaly Vulf could not obtained a position as a lawyer. For the same reason he failed to obtain admission to the graduate school, in spite of getting straight A's on the admission exams in 1955.


Vulf died in Moscow on March 13, 2011 at the age of 80.

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