Egor Beroev, Russian actor
Egor Beroev is a Russian film and theater actor.
He was born on October 9, 1977 in Moscow into a family of actors: he is a grandson of Elvira Brunovskaya (Honored Artist of Russia, 1998) and an actor Vadim Beroyev, his mother Elena Beroeva and father Vadim Mikheenko are actors. Egor’s younger brother Dmitry and his cousin Andrei are also actors.
Egor followed the family tradition and appeared on the stage at the age of seven. So after school he entered the Shchepkin Theatre School. After graduation in 1998 he joined The Moscow Art Theatre (MKHAT), where he made his debut in the role of Fyodor Godunov in the performance Boris Godunov.
Egor became popular after the movie The Turkish Gambit based on the novel by Boris Akunin, where he played a leading role.
In 2005 Beroev was named Actor of the Year according to GQ magazine.
In 2008 he took part in the TV project by Ilya Averbukh Ice Age 2, where his partner was two-time Olympic champion Ekaterina Gordeeva.
In November 2001, the actor married Ksenia Alferova (Russian actress Irina Alferova’s daughter). On April 5, 2007 in Italy Ksenia gave birth to their daughter Evdokia.
Egor and Ekaterina Gordeeva had a love affair during the show Ice Age 2.
1994 – Dedication to love
2001 – The Fifth Corner
2002 – Kamenskaya 2. Stolen Dream
2005 – Kazaroza
2005 – Turkish Gambit
2006 – Pursuit of an angel
2008 – Admiral
2009 – Landing Forces. Nobody but us
2009 – The man who knew everything
2010 – Hindu
2011 – Time for two
2011 – All we need …
2012 – Mom
2012 – The Road to Easter Island
2013 – Area
2013 – Second Wind
2013 – Moscow History (TV series)
2013 – If you love – forgive me
2014 – Unreal Love