Satire and humor diversify everyday reality. Actors working in this genre are always of great interest to the public. Roman Tkachuk served for many years at the Moscow Satire Theater.
In cities far from the capital, boys dream of exploits and glory. They also like to go to the movies. Roman Denisovich Tkachuk was born on August 31, 1932 in the city of Sverdlovsk. My father worked as the director of a plant for the production of sunflower oil. The mother was engaged in housekeeping and raising children. A few years later, the family moved to Tashkent, where my father was transferred to a new job. The boy did not stand out from his peers with whom he spent his free time on the street.
During the war, actors from Moscow were evacuated to the capital of Uzbekistan. The performances were staged in adapted, often cramped rooms. However, Roman was not embarrassed by this circumstance. He attended with great attention and pleasure all the performances that he could get. At school, Tkachuk studied well, but did not show much effort towards science. His favorite subjects were history and literature. He participated with great enthusiasm in the work of the drama studio. And after school I decided to get an education at a local art institute.
After graduating from the institute in 1955, Tkachuk entered the service at the Tashkent Drama Theater. The young actor took on all the proposed roles with great desire. After a while, the audience began to go not to performances, but to a charming, pop-eyed performer with a pleasant voice. It often happened that the audience from the audience responded to his remarks. Roman liked the environment in the theater. The actor's creativity was appreciated - Tkachuk was awarded the honorary title of People's Artist of the Uzbek SSR.
The novel became so popular that they found out about it in Moscow. In 1965, the provincial actor was invited to join the troupe of the famous Moscow Satire Theater. After a short period of time, Tkachuk adapted to a new place and organically merged into the stage process. He convincingly confirmed his professional level by playing the main role in the play "The Bedbug" by Vladimir Mayakovsky. After this test, the actor began to load in full.
Personal life scenario
Tkachuk gained all-Union and even international fame after the TV show "13 Chairs" appeared. The whole country laughed at Pan Vladek. For this role, Tkachuk was awarded the title of Honored Worker of Culture of Poland.
The personal life of Roman Denisovich has developed firmly and reliably. While still a student, he married Maya Gnezdovskaya, who was studying to be a theater critic. The husband and wife have lived a long and happy life. Raised and raised a son. And as it happens in a fairy tale, they died on the same day on January 9, 1994.