Евгений Урбанский. Больше, чем любовь
April 20, 2018
Evgeny Yakovlevich Urbansky (February 27, 1932 - November 5, 1965) - Soviet theater and film actor, known for his roles in the films "Communist" and "Clear Sky". Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1962).
Evgeny Urbansky was born in Moscow on February 27, 1932. Father - Yakov Samoylovich Urbansky (1904-1958), a senior Komsomol and party worker, from February 1938 - deputy head of the Propaganda and Agitation Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, repressed in July 1938. Rehabilitated in 1955. Mother - Polina Filippovna Urbanskaya (1906-1991)  , worked as a telephone operator. My father was serving time in a camp in the city of Inta (Komi ASSR), his wife and two sons lived in Alma-Ata. In 1946, Yakov Samoylovich was sent to a mine in Inta, and the whole family moved there.
Evgeny graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School (course of V. O. Toporkov) in 1957. In the same year he was accepted into the t
roupe of the MDT named after K. S.
Roles in the theater
1954 - "Days of the Turbins" by M. A. Bulgakov - Myshlaevsky (introduction to the play)
1957 - "The Devil's Apprentice" J. B. Shaw - Richard
1958 - "The Open Window" by E. V. Braginsky
1959 - Prodigal Son
1959 - Such Love
1960 - "First Day of Freedom"
1961 - Modern Tragedy
1962 - "Everything is just beginning" 3. Stavsky
1962 - "Salem Witches" by A. Miller - John Proctor
1963 - The Threepenny Opera by B. Brecht - Peacham
1963 - "Deck" L. Zorin, Director: M. Karklyalis
1964 - "Mother's Field" by Ch. Aitmatov, Director: B. A. Lvov-Anokhin
1964 - The Sixth of July by M. F. Shatrov - Latsis, Director: B. A. Lvov-Anokhin
1965 - "Encyclopedists" L. G. Zorina, Director: B. A. Lvov-Anokhin
Yevgeny Urbansky tragically died on November 5, 1965 on the set of the film "Director" (dir. A. Salty