early to mid-2000s Daniil Strakhov had a booming television career,
starring in various TV series – Leading Roles (Glavnye roli), Always
Say “Always” (Vsegda govori “vsegda”), Children of Arbat (Deti Arbata),
The Astrologer (Zvezdochet), The Hucksters (Torgashi), The Love Talisman
(Talisman lyubvi), Storm Gate (Grozovye Vorota), and others. The
role of Vladimir Korf in the telenovela Poor Nastya (Bednaya
Nastya), set in the 19th century Russia, made Strakhov
the most popular television actor of the year, bringing him admiration
of fans around the globe.
cinema career began spinning off after the role of Captain Lisnevsky, in
Vladimir Rogozhkin’s 2006 film Transit (Peregon). Several other
films have been released in the following years: Giaconda on the
Pavement (Dzhokonda na asfal’te), The Model (Naturschitsa), The Blissful (Blazhennaya),
The Game (Igra). His latest release We are from the Future (My iz
buduschego) was a box office success.
Daniil returned to television, starring in Sergey Ursulyak's mini-series
Isaev and in a thriller The Trap (Lovishka). Another TV
project, The German (Nemets) is currently in production.
Daniil is also
starring in several theatrical productions: Train Station for Three (Vokzal
na troikh), The Postman Always Rings Twice (Pochtal’on vsegda zvonit
dvazhdy), An Ideal Husband (Ideal'nyj muzh) and Warsaw Melody (Varshavskaya
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