|A.K.A.||Boris Vasilyevich Shcherbakov|
|Field||Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||11 December 1949, Saint Petersburg|
Boris Vasilevich Shcherbakov (Russian: Бори́с Васи́льевич Щербако́в; born 11 December 1949) is Soviet and Russian film and theater actor. People's Artist of Russian Federation (1994). Winner of USSR State Prize (1985).
Boris Shcherbakov was born in Leningrad (Vasilevsky Island) in December 11, 1949 to a family chauffeur and plant worker.
Shcherbakov family consisted of five people, which lived in a sixteen-meter communal flat in Opochinin's street on Vasilyevsky Island. The room window looked out onto the Gulf of Finland, to which were ships, and Boris dreamed of what it would be like to become a captain and travel.
He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School (Pavel Massalsky course), and now has 12 years experience acting in movies. From 1972 to 2003 he acted at the Moscow Art Theatre.
In 1997 he starred in music videos of singer Lyubov Uspenskaya.
From December 2007 to May 27, 2014 was one of the leading permanent of the TV program Good Morning on Channel One Russia. Since September 2015 he has been working for the channel Zvezda.
- Wife - actress, writer Tatiana Bronzova.
- Son - Vasily, lawyer, director.
- 1963 Mandate as Glebka Prokhorov
- 1968 Snegurochka as boy (uncredited)
- 1974 I serve on the border as the ordinary Dmitry Sedykh
- 1975 Shag Navstrechu as Vovka Monastyryov
- 1975 11 hopes as Vladimir Babochkin
- 1981 Per Aspera Ad Astra as Navigator Kolotin
- 1981 The Old New Year as student
- 1982 Incident at Map Grid 36-80 as Maj. Gennady Volk
- 1983 Beach as Vadim Nikitin
- 1983 Examination of immortality as Anisimov
- 1984 Volokolamsk highway as first lieutenant Bauyrzhan Momyshuly
- 1985 Guest from the Future as Ivan Sergeyevich, a member of the Institute of time
- 1985 Battle of Moscow as General Romanov
- 1986 Peter the Great as Nechayev
- 1987 Lilac Ball as professor Seleznyov
- 1988 Thieves in the law as Andrey
- 1989 The Criminal Quartet as Piotr Saraev
- 1990 Ten years without right of correspondence as Mikhail
- 1990 Frenzied Bus as Boris Vasilievich
- 1991 My Best Friend, General Vasili, Son of Joseph Stalin as Seva Bagrov
- 1992 Quiet Flows the Don as Stepan
- 1996 Hello, Fools! as Fedor
- 2013 Legend № 17 as Boris, Valery's father