|Is||Actor Television presenter Television actor|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
|Birth||2 October 1944, Tashkent, Tashkent State|
Oleg Fyodorovich Marusev (Russian: Оле́г Фёдорович Ма́русев; born October 2, 1944 in Tashkent) is a Russian film and theater actor, director. Honored Artist of Russia. Actor of Moscow Moon Theatre. Professor Graduate School of Film and Television Ostankino.
Marusev born in Tashkent. He spent his childhood in Kherson. In the late 1960s, after the end of Dnepropetrovsk State Theater School, worked in the theater Gennady Yudenich's Skomorokh. But the authorities of the theater was not to the soul, and, after several years of persecution, the theater was disbanded.
Winner of the First Moscow Competition entertainers.
Two years Oleg Marusev was an entertainer in jazz orchestras under control of the legendary Eddie Rosner (in Moscow and Gomel), and continuing education, received diplomas director at the State Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS) and theatrologist The Kiev State Institute of Theatre and Cinema. Later, Oleg Marusev gone on TV, where he worked for 35 years. During this time, he created a 12 cycle programs. Leading Russian counterpart Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak.
July 16, 2010 awarded the Order of Friendship. In recent years, Oleg Marusev returned to the stage (Moon Theatre and solo performances).
- 1979 — The Return of the Senses as Rail
- 1997 — The Countess de Monsoreau as de Crillon
- 1998 — Who If Not Us as head teacher
- 2000 — Turetsky's Marsh as Goldybin
- 2004 — The Thieves and Prostitutes. The Prize — a Flight Into Space as US presidential candidate Larry
- 2004 — Yeralash
- 2005 — The Fall of the Empire as the owner of the attraction
- 2014 — In One Breath as Krasavin
Awards and nominations
- Laureate of the First Moscow competition of performers
- Winner of the All-Union competition of young performers
- Honored Artist of Russia (1993)
- Order of Friendship (2010)
- Full member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences