40-m to year of life has died actor, who played in several theatre productions and television series. Alexander Isakov passed away after complications of pneumonia. On account of his roles in dozens of plays and films.
Alexander Isakov, who served in the State theatre actor suddenly died. The actor passed away after complications from pneumonia. The message of his death appeared on the website of cultural institutions. He was only 39 years old.
“State theatre of actor expresses deep condolences to family, colleagues and fans of the artist Alexander Isakov, who died July 23, 2018 40 year life. We grieve and share the burden of loss. The bright memory about Alexander Isakov will remain forever in our hearts”, — stated in the message.
In social networks familiar with the situation people have confirmed that before that he spent three weeks in the hospital. Actor Roman Pechersky, who worked with Isakson, blamed his death on doctors. According to colleagues, doctors immediately diagnosed only after pulmonary edema they determined that the patient has bilateral pneumonia.
Isakov was busy in the productions of the State theatre of film actor, including “the Nutcracker and the mouse king”, “Crazy day or the Marriage of Figaro”, “Magic slipper Cinderella” and many others.
Alexander also starred in the television series “Bachelors”, “My love”, “Atlantis”, “Happy together”, “Silent witness” and “angel on Duty”.
So far, no information about the date and place of farewell were reported.
Recall the TV series “Happy together” was filmed in 2005. On the screens the audience saw it in 2006. the Sitcom tells the story of a “typical” Russian family “middle class”, consisting of husband, wife, two children and dog who live in Ekaterinburg. The film has brought fame to many actors. The main role in the film played by Viktor Loginov, Natalia Bochkareva, Daria Sagalova, Alexander Yakin, Julia Zakharova, Alexei Sekirin, Paul Savinkov. The last season was released in 2013 year on channel TNT. The reruns are aired on TNT-4.
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