Gosha Kutsenko, film actor

Gosha Kutsenko

Yuriy Kutsenko (better known as Gosha Kutsenko) was born on May 20, 1967, in Zaporozhie, Ukraine, USSR.
He is a Russian actor, producer, singer, poet, and screenwriter. Gosha is known for his roles in such films as Mama Don't Cry (1998), Antikiller (2002) and the vampire franchise Night Watch (2004) and Day Watch (2006) directed by Timur Bekmambetov.
After graduation from school, he studied at the Lvov Polytechnic Institute, but gave up studying and served in the Soviet Army for two years. In 1988, Gosha and his parents moved to Moscow. The same year he became a student of the Moscow Institute of electromechanics and automatics. Eventually, two years later it was also given up.

Since his childhood Gosha had speech problems. Although he was named Yuri, after Yuri Gagarin, he could not pronounce his name, so he got the nickname Gosha.


His speech was also peppered with the Ukrainian accent, so he had few chances of becoming an actor in Moscow. However, in 1990 he became a student of the Moscow Art Theatre.
Kutsenko made his film debut in 'Chelovek iz komandy Alfa' (1991) and in 'Mummy from a case' (1991). He was a host of the popular Music-TV show in Moscow.
Kutsenko is an avid sportsman specializing in boxing and wrestling, he is also an amateur kart-racer.




From 1992 - 1997, Kutsenko was married to an actress Maria Poroshina, and they have a daughter Polina.
Gosha Kutsenko

His second wife is a fashion model Irina Skrinichenko.
Gosha Kutsenko

G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer




G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer
Gosha Kutsenko



Gosha and Kristina Orbakaite
Gosha Kutsenko

G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer




G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer




G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer




G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer
Gosha Kutsenko

Gosha Kutsenko

G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer




G. Kutsenko - Russian actor, producer

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