Sergey Shakurov

1942 - Today

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Sergey Kayumovich Shakurov (Russian: Сергей Каюмович Шакуров, Tatar: Сергей Каюм улы Шәкүров, romanized: Sergey Qayum ulı Şäkürov; born 1 January 1942) is a Soviet and Russian actor of theater. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sergey Shakurov has received more than 53,946 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Sergey Shakurov is the 4,089th most popular actor, the 1,655th most popular biography from Russia and the 82nd most popular Russian Actor.

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  • 54k

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  • 48.96

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  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 1.34

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.53

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Over the past year Sergey Shakurov has had the most page views in the with 334,731 views, followed by English (7,301), and Ukrainian (6,915). In terms of yearly growth of page views the top 3 wikpedia editions are Arabic (321.46%), Chuvash (124.46%), and Tatar (63.77%)


Among actors, Sergey Shakurov ranks 4,089 out of 13,578Before him are Shannon Elizabeth, Gilbert Roland, Aleksandr Belyavsky, Estelle Taylor, Denver Pyle, and Helen. After him are Margaret Avery, Portia de Rossi, Maurizio Micheli, Judge Reinhold, Allen Garfield, and Mickey Kuhn.

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Among people born in 1942, Sergey Shakurov ranks 420Before him are Jeffrey Ullman, Barnabas Sibusiso Dlamini, Lupe Ontiveros, Tomasz Stańko, Roger McGuinn, and Terenci Moix. After him are C. J. Cherryh, Richard O'Brien, Chris Hani, Rildo da Costa Menezes, Roshan Seth, and Gustavo Peña.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Sergey Shakurov ranks 1,655 out of 3,761Before him are Natalya Arinbasarova (1946), Lyudmila Shevtsova (1934), Mikhail Artamonov (1898), Duchess Helene of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (1857), Inna Makarova (1926), and Aleksandr Belyavsky (1932). After him are Vatslav Vorovsky (1871), Nikolai Gastello (1907), Mikhail Simonov (1929), Dmitry Lavrinenko (1914), Alexander Gorbatov (1891), and Vladimir Spivakov (1944).

Among ACTORS In Russia

Among actors born in Russia, Sergey Shakurov ranks 82Before him are Mikhail Zharov (1899), Natalya Andreychenko (1956), Vladimir Mashkov (1963), Natalya Arinbasarova (1946), Inna Makarova (1926), and Aleksandr Belyavsky (1932). After him are Nikolai Burlyayev (1946), Zoya Fyodorova (1909), Boris Andreyev (1915), Galina Volchek (1933), Iya Savvina (1936), and Valeri Zolotukhin (1941).

Television and Movie Roles

Flight Crew
Nikolai Gushchin
A story about bravery, self-sacrifice and human dignity put on trial by the merciless power of nature. A young pilot is fired from military air force after disobeying an absurd order. He gets a job as a co-pilot with a civil airline. Being brutally honest and direct, he is not on best terms with his new colleagues. During a flight to Asia his crew receives a distress message from a volcanic island and makes a decision to attempt a rescue mission. Will it be a success? Will they survive the disaster? They have a single chance to find that out: by being a team and sticking up for one another.
Cross (Krest)
Former criminal investigator, Major Korenev, nicknamed Fox is released from prison. He has been detained there as a result of planted incriminating evidence of unlawful investigation techniques. Setting accounts with Shaman - a big criminal boss, who ordered the evidence planted and also with his former colleagues was not a part of Korenev's agenda. As he returns to Moscow he finds a new world ruled by underworld bosses, criminal clans fighting each other and utter chaos on the desperately keeping appearances streets of Russian capital. Facing death of his friends, Major Korenev decides to re-install law and order using some unorthodox methods that are only relevant in 21st century Russia.
Secrets of Palace coup d'etat. Russia, 18th century. Film №1. Testament Emperor
Russia, January 25, 1725. "Give it all...". The emperor's weakening hand was able to write in his will only these two short incomprehensible words that kept Russia in a bloody struggle for the crown for a century.