Early this morning, one of Armenia’s most revered stage and film actors, 73-year-old Vladimir Msryan, who had been suffering from leukemia, passed away.
Msryan was born in 1938 in Ordzhonikidze. From 1958–62, he studied at the Yerevan State Fine Arts and Theatre Institute. From 1963–64, he worked at the Youth Theatre, then later, from 1964–66, at Yerevan’s Russian Drama Theatre named after Stanislavsky. After 1966, he performed at the Yerevan Drama Theatre.
The actor appeared in a number of Armenian and foreign films, including “Niccolo Paganini,” “White Cloth,” “Empire of Pirates,” and “Unburied Corpses.”