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10.12.2011Max Barskih (real name - Mykola Bortnyk) (Was born in 1990) Crooner
10.12.2011Petrusenko Oksana (1900 – 1940) Ukrainian opera singer (lyric-dramatic soprano). One of the best performers of Ukrainian folk songs and romances. National Artist of the USSR (1939). The voice of Oksana is the voice-symbol of her time in Ukraine.
10.12.2011Tkachenko Volodymyr (Was born in 1972) Russian composer and poet. Co-founder and permanent member of the "Underwood" band. By profession – a doctor anaesthesiologist- resuscitator
10.12.2011Bondarchuk Sergei (1920-1994) Famous director and actor
10.12.2011Garmash Sergei Theatergoer, actor
10.12.2011Mykola Grinko Actor of Kiev studio of A. Dovzhenko, Honoured Artist of the USSR, National Artist of the USSR
09.12.2011George Deliev Ukrainian film director, actor, musician, artist, artistic director of the comic troupe «Masks».
09.12.2011Matveev Eugene (1922 – 2003) Soviet and Russian film and theater actor, film director, screenwriter. National Artist of the USSR (1974). Laureate of the USSR State Prize (1978). Member of the CPSU (B) since 1948.
09.12.2011Meyerhold Vsevolod Real name – Karl Kazimir Theodor Mayergold (1874 – 1940). Director, actor and teacher. Theoretician and practitioner of theatrical grotesque, and creator of the famous actor's system, called "biomechanics." National Artist of the Republic (1923).
09.12.2011Eugene Ponomarenko (1909 – 1994) Ukrainian Soviet theater actor and film actor
09.12.2011Arbatov Georgi (1923 – 2010) Soviet and Russian scientist in the field of International Relations, RAS
09.12.2011Leonid Vereshchagin (1909-1977) World famous physicist
09.12.2011Lysogorov Sergiy (1903 – 1994) The Soviet scientist, Academician, worked on problems of irrigation farming
09.12.2011Pachosky Joseph The famous biologist scientist, social activist, founder of the Kherson Museum of Natural History (1897). One of the founders of the conservation movement in the south of Ukraine. Researcher and expert on the flora of Bilovezka Forest
09.12.2011Popov Alexander (1859 - 1905) Russian physicist and electrical engineer, professor, inventor of radio