Sergei Bodrov, Jr.

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Sergei Bodrov Jr. (Russian: Серге́й Серге́евич Бодро́в; December 27, 1971 – September 20, 2002) was a Russian actor who had lead roles in the movies Brother, Prisoner of the Mountains, The Stringer and Brother 2. He was the son of the Russian playwright, actor, director and producer Sergei Bodrov. He was killed in a rock and ice slide in the mountains near Karmadon after finishing the second day of shooting of his film The Messenger.[1]




Sergey Bodrov was born on December 27, 1971 in Moscow. His father is a famous stage manager, Sergey Bodrov, and his mother Valentina Nikolaevna is a fine art expert. Sergey Bodrov Jr. considered that "childhood is the most important time in life."[2] and what you'll become happens in the first sixteen years".[3] Different publications say that Bodrov wanted to become a garbageman and drive an orange car.[3]

Bodrov wrote "Composition on the topic: eight events which influenced me or how I became a good person" about the years of his youth and events which changed his view of the world."


Sergey Bodrov attended the specialized French language school № 1265. He was the banner-bearer in school.

Bodrov wanted to enter the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography, but his father explained to him that "cinema is a passion and if you don't have it you should wait for it or forget about it".[3] Between 1989 and 1993, Bodrov Jr. studied art history at the History Department of Moscow State University. He graduated with Honors and began postgraduate studies.[3] In his own words, at the university he "learned to see the beauty in simple things around us".[3] While already a famous actor, he completed his graduate thesis entitled "Architecture in the Venetian Renaissance painting" in 1998 and received the Candidate of Science degree, equivalent to Western Ph. D.

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