Peter Fyodorov, actor
Peter Fyodorov is a Russian film and theater actor.
He was born on April 21, 1982 in Moscow. On April 20, 1990 he with the family moved to Altai and in 1993 they came back to Moscow.
In 1999 he entered the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute. In the graduation performance Beautiful People Peter played the role of the student Belyaev. Grigory Antipenko and Olga Lomonosova also performed in the play. In September 2003, the play Beautiful People won the prize by the newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets as the best performance of the season in the category Beginners.
His firs main role became the role of Lyonka Maryagin in the film 101 km.
Peter was chosen for the role in the television series The Club when he was taking the rubbish out. This role brought popularity to the actor. The Club became the most successful and highest rating project in the history of TV channel MTV Russia.
Later, Peter starred in the film Inhabited Island. Filming took over 10 months (from February 14 to December 7, 2007).
In summer 2008, Peter took part in the filming of the movie Phobos. Club of fear, which was shot in Estonia. According to Peter, the film helped him to find relatives in Tallinn. The premiere of the film in Russia took place on 25 March 2010.
In 2009, the actor was invited to play a major role in the movie PiraMMMida based on the book by Sergei Mavrodi.
In 2010, Peter was invited to play the role of a young cadet Anton Batkin in American film Phantom, which was made by film director Chris Gorak.
In summer of 2011 the actor starred in The Runaways, based on the novel by Siberian author Gleb Pakulov Witch key, where his partner was Elizaveta Boyarskaya.
2005 – Velvet Revolution
2005 – Per rectum
2006 – Dark instinct
2006 – Robotrip (short)
2010 – Gop-stop
2011 – Diamond Hunters
2011 – Boris Godunov
2012 – Odessa-mama
2013 The Last Fight
2014 Pure art
2015 The Dawns Here Are Quiet