Tigran Keosayan

1966 - Today

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Tigran Edmondovich Keosayan (Armenian: Տիգրան էդմոնդի Քեոսայան, Russian: Тигран Эдмондович Кеосаян; born 4 January 1966) is a Russian film director, actor and television presenter of Armenian origin. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tigran Keosayan has received more than 163,141 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Tigran Keosayan is the 1,595th most popular film director, the 2,523rd most popular biography from Russia and the 69th most popular Russian Film Director.

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Among film directors, Tigran Keosayan ranks 1,595 out of 2,041Before him are Alex Cox, Jason Reitman, Paul McGuigan, Felix van Groeningen, Susan Seidelman, and Charles Shyer. After him are Charles Brabin, Dan Laustsen, Penelope Spheeris, Byron Howard, Francesca Comencini, and Mario Martone.

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Among people born in 1966, Tigran Keosayan ranks 436Before him are Yoshinori Kitase, Alessio Boni, Dimitri Konyshev, Roman Kosecki, Jing Haipeng, and Gretchen Carlson. After him are Aasif Mandvi, Magnus Andersson, Liu Boming, Nobuyuki Kojima, Valery Asapov, and Jodi Picoult.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Tigran Keosayan ranks 2,523 out of 3,761Before him are Olga Mineyeva (1952), Yuriy Tyukalov (1930), Olga Yegorova (1972), Yevgeni Mayorov (1938), Dimitri Konyshev (1966), and Einari Teräsvirta (1914). After him are Vera Anisimova (1952), Aleksandr Kokorin (1991), Alexander Borodai (1972), Vladimir Dezhurov (1962), Valery Asapov (1966), and Olga Kuzenkova (1970).


Among film directors born in Russia, Tigran Keosayan ranks 69Before him are Aleksandr Zarkhi (1908), Vasily Goncharov (1861), Aleksandr Rogozhkin (1949), Kirill Serebrennikov (1969), Pavel Chukhray (1946), and Sergey Mikaelyan (1923). After him are Andrei Kravchuk (1962), Aleksei Alekseivich German (1976), Boris Khlebnikov (1972), Klim Shipenko (1983), and Kantemir Balagov (1991).


Poor Sasha
A young girl wants to rob her mother's bank in order to have her to leave work and come home for a New Year Eve.
Silver Lily of the Valley
How to become a star? Thorny path to Olympus. Young Zoya Misochkina in the backyard of the provincial town "Lokotki" meets two producers, Pridorozhnyy and Bolotov, from whom the prima donna Irma has just fled. Zoya passionately wants to sing, so she joins in with new acquaintances and finds herself in a large apartment with two seemingly serious gentlemen, and with close acquaintance, half-crazy touching clowns. Zoya's life turns upside down. Vocal lessons, beauty salons, gyms, presentations, all this should turn an unknown nondescript girl into a new pop star.
The President and his Granddaughter
Moscow Year New Year's Eve 1987. In the 25th hospital on duty are the obstetrician and the nurse. They make the rounds, after which sit down to celebrate the New Year. Suddenly, the hospital ambulance arrives with a pregnant woman - daughter of the general, who had an accident and she started the premature birth. Despite the exhortations of doctors that gestational age is a tragic turn for the child, a fierce general, threatening with a pistol, forcing him to take delivery. A child is born dead, and intimidated doctor decides to replace it for a living. On the same day another woman gave birth to twin-girls, one of which is changed. Ironically, the two girls called Masha.