Alexander Pankratov-Cherny became the people's artist
Alexander Pankratov-Cherny received for the 60th anniversary of the title people's artist of the Russian Federation. The title of the actor was awarded with the phrase "for great services in the field of cinematic art".Anniversary Pankratov-Cherny noted on 28 June 2009.Alexander Pankratov-Black, a native of the Altai region, graduated from the Gorky theatre school, after which he served in the Penza drama theatre. In 1976 he graduated from the VGIK. Fame came to him in the first half of the 1980s after he starred in the famous paintings of Karen Shakhnazarov, "We are from jazz" (1983) and "Winter evening in Gagra" (1985).He played Gerald Bezhanova in the popular Comedy "Where is the enohpelet?" (1987) and in dozens of bit parts in the highest-grossing domestic paintings of those years - from "the Courier" and "Forgotten melody for flute" to "Womanizer". In 2005, Pankratov-Black starred by Vladimir Bortko in the series "Master and Margarita", where he got the role Stepa Likhodeyev. Source: Alexander Pankratov-Cherny became the people's artist.