Nikolay Selivesterovich Khlibko (Russian: Николай Селивестрович Хлибко) (November 28, 1919 – November 17, 1993) was a Soviet and Russian theatre, cinema actor and artistic director.
Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1971).
Veteran of Eastern Front (World War II).
Nikolay Khlibko was born on November 28, 1919 in Tashkent.
1938 – 1946 years - student of Leningrad Theatrical Institute of A. Ostrovsky (Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy nowadays). During his studies at the Institute The Great Patriotic War began. On the 3rd year of his study at the Institute Nikolay Khlibko went to fight as a volunteer in the division of the National Army. Fascist bullet pierced through his right lung, and Nikolay miraculously survived. With the end of the War he returned to the Institute and graduated interrupted studies.
Nikolay received an invitation from Arkady Raikin to work with him, and he worked under his leadership 3 years in Variety Theatre in Leningrad.
1956 – 1958 years - actor of Tashkent Russian Drama Theatre.
1962 – 1990 years - actor of Nizhny Novgorod Drama Theatre.
Nikolay Khlibko was an Artistic Director of the Tashkent Polytechnic Institute. Exactly Nikolay Khlibko в конце 50-х годов by the theater group returned to the stage play of Mayakovsky "The Bedbug" and "Mystery-Bouffe". Student premiere of "The Bedbug" the entire staff of Tashkent Russian Drama Theatre attended, which immediately took the play to the repertoire with Nikolay Khlibko in a role of Prisipkin, after was "The Bedbug" in Moscow Satire Theatre and in many other theatres of USSR. So, with a creative hand of Nicholay Khlibko "The Bedbug" after years of prohibition and oblivion started a " victory march " on the theatres' stages. In 1957 after 30-year break Nikolay Khlibklo returned to the stage "Mystery-Bouffe". In this play with great praise reacted union magazine "Theatrical Life".
Nikolay Khlibko was an Artistic Director of Gorky Theatre School. Students blandly called him "uncle Kolya". Among the students of Nicholay Khlibko such well-known Russian actors as Alexander Pankratov-Chyorny, Igor Ledogorov, Julian Kalisher, Irina Mazurkevich and others.
Most of his life Nikolay Khlibko dedicated to theatre, but also appeared in films.
Nikolay Khlibko died on November 17, 1993 in Nizhny Novgorod because of the heart attack.
- Wife: Aelita Khlibko, Veteran of Eastern Front (World War II), a Lecturer of the German language in the past, 25.08.1925 - 05.02.2015
- Sons: Vladimir Khlibko, Sergey Khlibko (Actor)
- Grandsons: Elena Khlibko (Actress), Vladislav Khlibko
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|Dudakov||"Summerfolk", Maxim Gorky|
|Bubnov||"The Lower Depths", Maxim Gorky|
|Sartakov||"Сonscience", D. Pavlova|
|Prosorov||"Chamber", Samuil Aleshin|
|Salov||"The Wedding Day", Viktor Rozov|
|Filipp||"Raft", U. Petukhov|
|Joe Keller||"All My Sons", Arthur Miller|
|Smolokurov||"On The Mountains", Pavel Melnikov-Pechersky|
|King||"Ambassador Extraordinary", A.& P.Tur|
|General Kolotov||"Serious Charge", Lev Sheynin|
|Edward IV||"Richard III", William Shakespeare|
|Priest||"Mother Courage and Her Children", Bertolt Brecht|
|Kolomiytsev||"The Last", Maxim Gorky|
|Samsonov||"Сoast", Yury Bondarev|
|Fob Dostov||"Kleron", M. Gashpar|
|Baptista||"The Taming of the Shrew", William Shakespeare|
|Khrukov||"Jokers", Alexander Ostrovsky|
|Boatswain Bay||"Destruction Of The Squadron", Alexander Korkeychuk|
|Caretaker Nikita||"Three of Them", Maxim Gorky|
|Gastritis||"Evening", Alexey Dudarev|
|Polivanov||"The Mayor of Lykov", D.Granin|
|Kuchumov||"Mad Money", Alexander Ostrovsky|
|Bukeev||"Yakov Bogomolov" Maxim Gorky|
|Neputeviy||"On The Busiest Place" Alexander Ostrovsky|
|Bezbedov||"Life of Klim Samgin" Maxim Gorky|
|Prisypkin||"The Bedbug" Vladimir Mayakovsky|
|Lefevr||"Madame Sans Gêne" Victorien Sardou|
|1958||Fiery Years||Zheleznov (leading part)|
|1959||There Was an Old Couple||(episode)|
|1968||Love of Serafim Frolov||(episode)|
Honors and awards
- Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1971)
- Medal "For Courage" (Russia)
- Russian State Military Archive