Anton Shagin, actor
Anton Shagin is a Russian theater and film actor.
He was born on April 2, 1984 in Kimry, Tver Oblast. The boy spent his childhood in Karachev, Bryansk Oblast. Anton had surname Gorshkov (Shagin is the surname of his stepfather). When Anton was 14 years old, his mother died.
Anton graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School in 2006, where he studied together with Ekaterina Vilkova, Maxim Matveev, Miroslava Karpovich.
In the same year Shagin was the winner of the Golden Leaf Theatre Award as best actor (for his role in the play Do Not Part With Your Beloved).
Shagin played many roles in different plays: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, Peer Gynt by Ibsen, Red and Black by Stendhal, Valentine’s Day directed by Victor Ryzhakov and others.
The actor prefers to spend his free time with his wife and children. Anton loves to travel.
Shagin writes poetry. He has about 100 works. The author publishes them on the Internet.
Shagin is married to an actress Veronica Isaeva. They have son Matvey (born in 2008) and daughter Polina (born in 2014).
2007 – Vice
2008 – Hipsters
2009 – Moscow Fireworks
2010 – Hide!
2011 – Kiss through the wall
2011 – Saturday
2011 – Without Men
2014 – Sex, coffee, cigarettes
2014 – Devils
2014 – Kuprin. Yama