People’s Artist of Russia, actor of the Drama Theater of the Eastern Military District, Vladimir Tyutyunnik died on November 2, 2018, at the age of 64 years. Vladimir Tyutyunnik was remembered by the audience as the roles of Malvolio in "The Twelfth Night", the old man in the play "Bright Souls", Martyn Prokofich Narokov in "Talents and Fans", Nikulin in the play "With loved ones do not part …".
Cause of death of Vladimir Tyutyunnik
On Friday, November 2, it became known that in the 65th year of life in the city of Ussuriysk, a people's artist of the Russian Federation died of a sudden heart attack. Vladimir Grigorievich Tyutyunnik is an actor in the drama theater of the Eastern Military District in the city of Ussuriysk.
The farewell to the People’s Artist of Russia Vladimir Tyutyunnik will take place on Sunday, November 4 at 12:00, at the Drama Theater of the Eastern Military District in Ussuriysk.
Colleagues in the theater speak of him with extraordinary warmth, they say that Vladimir Grigorievich was an amazing artist. He had a unique sense of humor and professional skill. In the theater, he created dozens of bright unforgettable images that will long remain in the memory of many admirers of his talent.
Biography of Vladimir Tyutyunnik
Vladimir Tyutyunnik was born on October 12, 1954 in the city of Kirovograd. He graduated from the Tyumen State Institute of Arts. He served in the Ussuriysk Theater of the Far Eastern Military District since 1975, there are about 200 roles in his filmography.
He starred in the role of General of the American Army in the international television series Korean War.
In 2004 she starred in the TV series “Special” as a policeman. In 2006, the Zebra-E Publishing House released a special book on the series.
He played roles in military productions: Lieutenant Savitsky in the play “Tanks go into the night”, captain Rubtsov in “The turnout”, Colonel Saveliev (“So it will be”), General Zharkov (“Wormwood”) and roles in classical plays – Shelmenko in Shelmenko-batman, Joseph in Monsieur Amedee, Babs in Donna Lucius.
For 20 years he taught at the Primorsky Regional School of Culture, taught young artists to master the body, play the accordion and the basics of acting.
The theatrical production “The War is not a Woman’s Face” was the last in his theatrical biography.
Personal life of actor Vladimir Tyutyunnik
Not much is known about the actor's personal life. He has one wife for life, worked as a doctor. Vladimir Tyutyunnik had three children and grandchildren, and this is a rare phenomenon in acting life. By the way, the daughter of Vladimir Grigorievich is now an actress of the VVO theater and his partner on the stage, and in a year his granddaughter will receive a higher theatrical education.