Dmitry Sharakois is known to the Russian audience as the boring bespectacled Levin from the TV series Interns. This role has become the actor's calling card, but it is not the only one in his filmography. Sharakois's work is diverse and deserves attention.
Childhood and family
Dmitry Sharakois was born in 1986. His father left the family when Dima was still small, and his mother raised three sons (Dmitry has two more brothers) alone. Money was often difficult, and Dima and his brothers helped his mother trade in the market.
At school, the future actor studied reluctantly, he was not given the exact sciences. In addition, he loved to hooliganism and fight, so during his entire educational life he changed three schools. Roles in the school theater were a real outlet for Dmitry.
The actor has two citizenships - Russian and Lithuanian. And he took the surname from his maternal grandfather.
After leaving school, Dmitry entered the paid department at the RATI. Financial difficulties began again, and Dmitry began to earn money, acting in films and TV shows. These were minor roles that did not bring fame to Sharakois, but allowed him to live comfortably.
Real popularity came to Sharakois after he was invited to the TV series "Interns". Dmitry played the nerdy doctor Levin so accurately that the viewer had no doubt that he, Sharakois, is the way he is in life - boring and downtrodden. Dmitry himself is tired of repeating that this is not so. In fact, the young man is the complete opposite of his hero. Due to the acting stereotype, Dmitry even left the series "Interns" ahead of time, so as not to become a hostage to his role.
However, the image of a modest nerd didn't let Sharakois go so easily. He had to play another memorable role - Shurik in the modern "Caucasian Captive".
There are serious roles in Dmitry's filmography, and there are a lot of them. But they did not bring such popularity as Levin from Interns.
After graduating from RATI, Sharakois worked at the Moscow Youth Theater. Then he moved to the Mayakovsky Theater, and periodically plays the roles of adolescents and young naive youths there. Dmitry is also invited to other theaters, where he regularly appears and pleases the audience.
Dmitry Sharakois is not married yet. Sometimes he appears at Moscow parties with different girls, but, according to him, he has not yet found his one.
Dmitry does not like noisy companies, prefers outdoor recreation, as a child he even dreamed of becoming a farmer and shearing sheep. In girls, Dmitry appreciates thrift and natural beauty. But with these qualities, according to him, Moscow girls now have a problem.
Dmitry lives alone, often helps his mother, he practically does not see his own father.