In the 84th year of life, the Soviet and Russian actor Mikhail Kokshenov died, APA reports citing Tellerreport.
During his work in the cinema, he starred in more than 130 films, including Shirley-Myrli, Sportloto-82, The Most Charming and Attractive, Little Tragedies and many others.
Most often, on the screen, he embodied comic images of not-so-smart clever people or “village boys”. Kokshenov also served in the theater, and from the beginning of the 1990s he tried himself as a director.
In particular, he is the creator of the trilogy “Russian Business” - “Russian Miracle” - “Russian Account”.