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Danila Kozlovsky

Biography

Russian-based theatre and film actor who played out Dimitri Belikov within the 2014 film Vampire Academy. In 2016, he made an appearance as Vladimir the fantastic within the Russian film Viking. He was kicked from several universities while we were young, with college officials informing his parents that he lacked path and had significant behavioral problems. He portrays the type Sergei Filatov within the 2008 Russian crisis film Dark Hunters. The part gained him a nomination for the MTV Russia Film Award for Greatest Kiss. He offers two brothers, Yegor and Ivan. He was wedded to Urszula Magdalena Małka from 2008 until 2011. He and Zoey Deutch co-star within the 2014 satirical horror film Vampire Academy.

Quick Facts


Full Name Danila Kozlovsky
Date Of Birth May 3, 1985
Place Of Birth Moscow, Russia
Height 1.84 m
Profession Movie Actor
Education Russian State Institute of Performing Arts
Nationality Russian
Spouse Urszula Magdalena Małka
Parents Nadezhda Zvenigorodskaya, Valeriy Kozlovsky
Siblings Yegor Kozlovsky, Ivan Kozlovsky
Partner Yuliya Snigir
Awards Nika Award for Best Actor, Golden Eagle Award for Best Leading Actor, Golden Mask Award for Drama/Best Actor
Movies Vampire Academy, Flight Crew, Hardcore Henry, Viking, Soulless, Legenda No. 17, The Downshifter, Black Hunters, Status: Free, Spy, Dubrovskiy, Garpastum, Matilda, Jolly Fellows, Privychka rasstavatsya, Target, Gulf Stream Under the Iceberg, Friday, Raspoutine, Five Brides
Star Sign Taurus

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#Fact
1He was in a relationship with Russian model and actress Yuliya Snigir from 2012 to 2013.
2He won the "Belyy Slon" ("White Elephant") Award for "Best Actor in a Film" in 2005 for his role as Nikolay in Aleksey German's Garpastum (2005). The "White Elephant" Awards are given annually by The Russian Guild of Film Critics.
3Was part of the Sea Cadet Corps chorus.
4Has taken singing and dancing lessons since childhood.
5Studied in the Sea Cadet Corps (Marine Military Academy) in St Petersburg for 6 years, graduating in 2002.
6He won the "Zolotoy Sofit" ("Golden Floodlight") Theatrical Award for "Best Debut" in 2006 for his performance in the role of Edgar in a production of King Lear in St. Petersburg, Russia.
7In 2002 he entered the St. Petersburg Academy of Theatrical Arts.
8Has an older brother, Egor, and a younger brother, Ivan.
9With the The Maly Drama Theatre he has been part of tours all around the world: United Kingdom, Italy, France, Germany, Australia.
10Plays the saxophone and the piano.
11He won the "Zolotoy Orel" ("Golden Eagle") Award for "Best Actor in a Film" in 2013 for his role as Maks in Roman Prygunov's Dukhless (2012) ("Soulless"). The "Golden Eagle" Awards are given annually by The National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of Russia; they can be thought of as Russia's Golden Globe Awards.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Raspoutine2011TV MovieGrand-duc Dimitriy
Pyat nevest2011Aleksey Kaverin (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Mishen2011Mitya (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Moskva, ya lyublyu tebya!2010as Danila Kozlovskiy
Odinochka2010TV MovieAndrey Gromov (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Pokushenie2010TV SeriesEvgeniy Kostin (2010) (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Antalya2010as Danila Kozlovskiy
Veselchaki2009Lyusya (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
My iz budushchego2008Borman (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Zaveshchanie Lenina2007TV Mini-SeriesSergey Shalamov, brat Varlama
Prestuplenie i pogoda2007Viktor (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Alka2006TV Series 2006 as Danila Kozlovskiy
Garpastum2005Nikolay (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Sissi, l'impératrice rebelle2004TV MovieFrantz (jeune)
Matilda2017completedVorontsov
Viking2016Knyaz Vladimir
Ekipazh2016Alexey Gushchin (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Pyatnitsa2016Bondar (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Status: Svoboden2016Nikita (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Hardcore Henry2015Akan
Dukhless 22015Maks (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Dubrovskiy2014Dubrovskiy (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Vampire Academy2014Dimitri Belikov
Privychka rasstavatsya2013as Danila Kozlovskiy
Vse nachalos v Kharbine2013TV Mini-SeriesBoris Eybozhenko
Legenda No. 172013Kharlamov (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Golfstrim pod aysbergom2012Ari Brilskiy (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Dukhless2012Maks (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Shpion2012Dorin (as Danila Kozlovskiy)

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Status: Svoboden2016producer - as Danila Kozlovskiy

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Evening Urgant2012-2016TV SeriesHimself
34-y Moskovskiy mezhdunarodnyy kinofestival2012TV SpecialHimself (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
Belaya studiya2012TV SeriesHimself (2012) (as Danila Kozlovskiy)
MTV Russia Movie Awards 20092009TV SpecialHimself (as Danila Kozlovskiy)

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016NikaNika AwardsBest ActorDukhless 2 (2015)
2013Golden EagleGolden Eagle Awards, RussiaBest ActorDukhless (2012)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014Golden EagleGolden Eagle Awards, RussiaBest ActorLegenda No. 17 (2013)· Oleg Menshikov
2013NikaNika AwardsBest ActorDukhless (2012)
2013White ElephantRussian Guild of Film CriticsBest ActorDukhless (2012)
2009MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie Awards, RussiaBest KissMy iz budushchego (2008)· Ekaterina Klimova


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#Quote
1[on why so few Russian actors have "crossed over" to Hollywood] I don't like the fact that there are so few Russians in Hollywood, but it is understandable because of the historic relationship between America and Russia -- the Cold War history, for example. It is kind of a cliché, but it's still with us. But at the same time I'm very pleased that American filmmakers are now beginning to change their perceptions and attitudes.
2[on what Russia actors offers Western audiences] That's a difficult question! As for me, I always strive to do my best. I was pleasantly surprised when I discovered that young American actors respect and use the Stanislavsky system, which is still being used to this day, and other systems that are based on this approach. Using the possibilities of working with Russian and international actors will give us more opportunities, exposure and experience to learn and develop something new. We can exchange programs, methods and knowledge, to further improve the industry and, more importantly, everyone personally.
3It's very important for me to be in Russia and continue working with Russian filmmakers because I am a Russian actor, and I am very thankful for having the chance to work with very talented people here in Russia. At the same time, it is very important for me to continue to improve and develop my career in the West. I enjoyed very much working on my first American film with such a wonderful cast and the great Mark Waters. Work globalization is here, and we have to use this for breaking barriers.
4It is essential to speak English fluently. Maybe it is also lack of exposure. Remember, we are a very young film industry in Russia. It really has only developed in the last 20 years, after everything collapsed with the end of the Soviet Union. The relationship between Russian and European filmmakers is an emerging one, just now beginning to evolve.
5I prefer not to discuss politics for one reason: I'm absolutely sure that I understand nothing about politics. I do not want to make a smart face and pretend that I am working in the Bely Dom [the Russian government's main administrative building in Moscow; literally translated as "White House"] but at the same time as a human being, I am pleased about the presidential pardons and to see that Pussy Riot and [Mikhail] Khodorkovsky have been freed. I have great respect for Khodorkovsky and feel happy when I see him as a free man.
6[on Movie Vampire Academy] I would like to take a moment to thank Richelle Mead for writing such a great, interesting character as Dimitri. It is very important for me to represent my country in this movie, as a man who loves, who has a good sense of humor, is passionate, and is a very interesting person -- a really good guy. Dimitri has been living in America for a long time and speaks with a slight Russian accent. He is a very reliable and, at the same time, a quite mysterious person. He listens to old music and reads cowboy books. He is a man who people say has old-fashioned values. I really enjoyed playing him. This is not the typical Russian stereotype role where guys are doing stupid or bad things.
7I hope to be continuing to work in my current profession. I am a very lucky person because I have a job that I love doing every day.


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