Fjodor Dunajev

Actor - Russia
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Fjodor Dunajev is not on record. He is a Russian Actor, known for Barishnja i khuligan (1918), Iola (1918), Metel (1918), Fjodor Dunajev's first movie on record is from 1917. His last motion picture on file dates from 1919.

Fjodor Dunajev Filmography [Auszug]
1919: [06.13] Troje (Cast), Directed by Mikhail Narokov, with , , ,
1918: [01.01] Tais (Cast: Никей, филос), Directed by Nikandr Turkin, with , Mikhail Narokov, ,
1918: [12.20] Barishnja i khuligan (The lady and the Hooligan, The Young Lady and the Hooligan) (Cast: the headmaster), Directed by Vladimir Majakovskij, Jevgenij Slavinskij, with Vladimir Majakovskij, Aleksandra Rebikova,
1918: [] Metel (Cast), Directed by Nikolaj Malikov, with Olga Gzovskaja, Konstantin Khokhlov, Vladimir Gajdarov,
1918: [01.18] Iola (Cast), Directed by Vladislav Starevich, with Olga Gzovskaja, Vladimir Gajdarov, Sergej Golovin,
1917: [04.03] Belye golubi (White doves (lit.)) (Cast), Directed by Nikolaj Malikov, with Aleksandr Chargonin, , Nikolaj Malikov,

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