Valery TroshinDistinguished Artist of Russia, Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation
He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1996 (course of L. Durov) and was admitted to the troupe.
He played: Raskolnikov (Crime and Punishment, 1996), Chatsky (Woe from Wit), Paris (Juliet and her Romeo), Harlequin (The Venetian antiquary), Mayakovsky (Beatles girlfriends), Solyony (Three Sisters), Lieutenant of the Austrian reconnaissance and First Stonemason (Eternity and One More Day), Regimental priest (And the light is shining from the dark…), Second soldier (The Beautiful life (La belle vie)), SS-man (Zero), Pavlusha (Professor of literature), etc.
Playing in performances: The White Guards (Talberg), White on the black, Hay fever (Richard Greatham), The New American (Chmikhalov), The Siege (The second soldier), Flying-pass goose, Swift current river (Ignatiev, Tkachev), Sonechka, Ondine (The Chambellain), The Duck Hunt (Kuzakov).
For his role in the performance Flying-pass goose was awarded the State Prize of Russia (2004).
Acted in such films as: The Glass Labyrinth, Slap in the Face That Wasn't, Name, Do It - One!, « 100 Days Before the Command», Demobbed, «101st Kilometer», April, The Brigade, Long Farewell, MUR is MUR," Law and Order.