Pyotr Petrovich Fedorov (born April 21, 1982, Moscow) is a Russian theater and film actor, director and screenwriter.eenwriter.
Pyotr Petrovich Fedorov was born on April 21, 1982 in Moscow, in an acting family.
Father - Pyotr Evgenievich Fedorov (1959-1999), Soviet and Russian theater and film actor, art critic and TV presenter (died of cancer at the age of 39). Grandfather - Evgeny Evgenievich Fedorov (1924-2020), Soviet and Russian theater actor, Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1976). Native younger sisters - Maria (born 1988) and Elena (born 1995) .
Pyotr Fedorov Jr. spent all his childhood in Altai in the Uimon Valley. He was fond of drawing and wanted to become an artist. In the eighth grade, he moved with his family back to Moscow. In 1997, having received an incomplete secondary education, he entered the Moscow Theater Art and Technical School (MTKhTU), after which he planned to enter the Moscow State Art and Technical University named after S. G. Stroganov, but after the death of his father changed his mind and left the school after the second year of study [ one].
In 1999 he entered the acting department of the Higher Theater School named after Boris Shchukin (artistic director of the course - Rodion Yuryevich Ovchinnikov). In 2003 he graduated from this school, renamed by that time into the Boris Shchukin Theater Institute. He played student Belyaev in the graduation performance "Beautiful People" based on the play by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev, where actors Grigory Antipenko and Olga Lomonosova also played. In September 2003, the performance "Beautiful People" received the prize of the newspaper "Moskovsky Komsomolets" as the best performance of the season in the "Beginners" nomination.
After graduating from the theater institute, Pyotr Fedorov Jr. worked at the Moscow Drama Theater named after K. S. Stanislavsky.
The first major film role was the role of Lyonka in Leonid Maryagin's feature film "101 kilometers" (2001). The actor also played in such films as “Reel the Fishing Rods” (2004), “Male Season. Velvet Revolution ”(2005) and“ Uncontrolled skid ”(2005). The role of Danila in the youth television series Club (2006) brought wide popularity to Pyotr Fedorov Jr. After the third season, Peter left the project and began preparations for filming in Fyodor Bondarchuk's fantasy feature film Inhabited Island (2008). Filming took place over ten months (from February 14 to December 7, 2007).
In April 2008, the shooting of one of the most important projects for Peter began - the Russian pseudo-documentary film-drama directed by Pavel Bardin "Russia 88" - about the youth subculture of the NS skinheads. The film tells about the neo-Nazi group "Russia 88", which shoots campaign videos of beatings with their subsequent publication on the Internet. The film received many awards: the Special Prize "Event of the Year" at the National Film Critics and Film Critics' Award "White Elephant" and the Special Jury Prize and the Prize of the Guild of Film Critics and Film Critics at the "Spirit of Fire" festival. The premiere of the film "Russia 88" at the Berlinale 2009 as part of the "Panorama" program also went well.
In the summer of 2008, Pyotr Fedorov Jr. took part in the filming of the film Phobos. Fear Club”, which was filmed in Estonia. According to the actor, the film helped him find relatives in Tallinn. In 2009, another author's project, Gop-Stop, was filmed. This is a film about gopniks, a crime story on the topic of the day with elements of the absurd, inspired by classic folk epics.
In 2009, Peter was invited to play the main role of the child prodigy Anton in the film PiraMMMida.
In 2010, Peter was approved for the role of a young cadet Anton Batkin in the American film Phantom, directed by Chris Gorak. In the same year, the shooting of the mini-series "Diamond Hunters" took place in Odessa. In the summer of 2011, Peter starred in the film "The Runaways" based on the novel by Gleb Pakulov "The Witch's Key", where actress Elizaveta Boyarskaya acted as his partner.
Since 2011, Pyotr Fedorov Jr. has been playing in the indie band Race to Space.
In 2020, Yegor Baranov's film "Outpost" was released, where Fedorov played one of the main roles. In the series "Dyatlov Pass", which was released on TNT in November 2020, he played the main role of KGB Major Oleg Kostin.
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