АБДУЛЛАЕВ АЛОВИДИН

ABDULLOEV ALOVUDDIN JAFAROVICH

(05/15/1965), actor, Honored Artist of Tajikistan (2006). Member of the Union of Cinematographers of Tajikistan (2004). He graduated from the Tajik State Institute of Art. M. Tursun-zade, specialty actor theater and cinema (1989). An actor with a wide creative range, in the theater and in the cinema plays the roles of different genres: dramatic, sharp-characteristic, comedic. Especially Abdullaev A. succeeds in the comedy genre, where he experiments a lot, in one work simultaneously plays many roles. On the stage performs parodies, conducts concert programs, sings. Author and host of television programs. Actor, director and movie producer. As an assistant director and administrator participated in the filming of films of Mohsen Makhmalbaf and Marziya Mushkini “Love and Philosophy” (2006), “The Man from the Snow” (2009). In 1989-1990 he was an actor at the Peninsula Theater-Studio, since 1990 years to present - actor, chief director, director of the theater of musical comedy named after Ato Mukhamedzhanov of the city of Kurgan-Tube. FILMOGRAPHY. Performer of roles in feature films of a film studio “Tajikfilm”: “Bro” (1990), “Well” (short, 1991), “Slander” (1992), “Lunar” Papa ”(joint production of Pandora-Film (Germany), the film company“ Vysv ”(Russia) and the film studio“ Tajikfilm ”, 1999). He played a role in the feature film True Noon (Talk Management, 2009). The performer of the role in the television play "Perepalki" (Tajik television, 2000). Works in Kinoservice LLC - roles performer in the films: “My Choice” (2003), “Witness” (2003), “Two Pedagogical Methods” (2003), “Morning” (2006), “Flower” (2008), “Baggage” (2008); Director of the documentary film “Living Containers” (2002), producer of the documentary film “Digarguna” (2003), director of the documentary film “Dzhugi” (2002). Author, director and lead actor in the films "Chameleon" (2010), "Case" (2010), based on the stories of A.P. Chekhov; author, director and performer of the popular television cycle "Jokes of Alovuddin".