Vladimir Olshansky Net Worth
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The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $222,7 Million.
Vladimir Olshansky information Birth date: 1947-08-09 Birth place: St. Petersburg, Russia Profession:Actor
:How tall is Vladimir Olshansky – 1,69m.
How much weight is Vladimir Olshansky – 70kg
Vladimir Olshansky (9 August 1947 in St. Petersburg, Russia) is an actor-clown, director, composer, graduate of the Moscow State Circus School (Russian: ??????????????? ??????? ????????? ? ?????????? ????????? ??. ?. ?. ????????? (?????????) (?????)), together with internationally renowned clown Slava Polunin, he is the founder of the famous clown theatre company Licedei. He creates numerous one man shows and performs at the Leningrads State Variety Theatre (???????????? ??????????????? ????? ???????), In parallel he studies directing at the Leningrads State Theatre and Cinema Institute (???????)At the end of 1980s Vladimir moves to New York, where he becomes a supervisor hospital clown, working with New Yorks Big Apple Circuss Clown Care Unit, and with his one-person show at La Mama Theatre of New York. He works with Slava Polunin playing the part of the main Yellow Clown character in his Slavas Snowshow at The Old Vic theatre in London as well, as in the other theatres throughout Europe and USA. In 1996, Vladimir, with brother Yury and Caterina Turi Bicocchi founds Soccorso Clown, Italian non-for-profit, performing arts organization at the service of the Community, and becomes its artistic director. In 2006 Vladimir creates Strange GamesвЂќ show, which he brings to the various International Festivals in Edinburgh, Avignon etc. In 2010, he creates Vice Versa Visual Theatre with the show The Path of a Clown which he presents in Madrid, Spain, Italy and USA. Presently, Vladimir Olshansky lives and works in Rome, Italy.
Biography,Early yearsVladimir & Yelena Olshansky, Leningrad, 70thThe Russian period marks the research and establishment of Olshanskys personal views on clown theatre and his personal style, as actor-clown, which he expresses through the fascinating genre, of the metaphysical comedy. His views about clowns were formed by the masters of silent film: Charlie Chaplin, Max Linder and Buster Keaton – along with such legendary Russian directors as Meyerhold and Vakhtangov. He begins his theatrical study first, at the age 16, with the actor-director Anatoly Shaginian, taking part in his Brecht show. in 1970, Olshansky graduates from the prestigious Moscow Circus School. In the following years he works as an actor at the State Krasnoyarsk Theatre for Youth, with the directors Cama Ginkas, and Geta Yanovskaya, now, directors of the State Moscow Theatre for Youth (ТЮЗ). During his study of the circus arts he meets the outstanding Russian clown Leonid Engibarov who makes a great impression on him inspiring his dream to create, one day, his own clown-theatre. Engibarov was the first clown to combine the arts of both the circus and the theatre. During the period, from the early 1970s to the 1980s, Olshansky collaborates with the Russian directors: Lev Stukalov (now artistic director of St. Petersburgs Our Theatre (Наш Театр), Vlad Druzinin and Yuri Gerzman, Victor Charitonov, the artist and papet maker Natalia Lazareva, set designers: Simon Pastuch, Emil Kapelush, caricaturist Victor Bogorad,and creates his sketch The Swan becoming a winner at the International Moscow Entertainment Competition. Later on he creates the various one man shows (“The time of fun,” (Час Потехи) “Thats the Life (Такая жизнь…) Love and Clowns (Любовь и Клоуны) with Yelena, his wife and partner at that time, which he performs at the Leningrads State Variety Theatre. (Ленинградский Государственный Театр Эстрады) As a composer, Olshansky creates numerous songs and leaders, on the words of Russian poets:Alexander Blok, Alexander Pushkin, Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, and wins an important young songwriters competition, with his song on the words of the Russian writer and poet Alexander Grin.Career developmentVladimir Olshansky in The Path of a Clown, New York, photo by Y.OlshanskyIn the 1980s, Olshansky moves to New York and gets attracted by the possibilities to use his talent, for those, who are in real need of a smile and laughter – sick children. He enters into the team of Michael Christensens Clown Care Unit of the Big Apple Circus of New York. Its opens for him, as well, a new horizons for his own work at the clown-theatre and helps to develop his Method of training, his own philosophy, as an actor-clown and director. He creates Actor-Clown Master Class, and introduces it for the first time to the University of North Carolina, USA. He also appears with his actor-clown show How is it going? at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club (La MaMa E.T.C.) of New York, His work with Cirque du Soleils “Alegria“ starts in the year 2000, when Vladimir signs on as a clown and guest actor. He works with the Cirque throughout their Australian and New Zealand tours, and then, in 2004, after a break from touring, continues his relationship with the Cirque in New York, Philadelphia and Toronto.New horizonsVladimir Olshansky (Dr. Bobo) in Meyer Childrens Hospital, Florence, Italy, photo by Y.OlshanskyIn 1996, Vladimir, with brother Yury, actor and film-maker and Caterina Turi Bicocchi, Italian actress and director, founds Soccorso Clown, Italian non-for-profit, performing arts organization at the service of the Community, and becomes its artistic director. He creates together with his brother, The first European Training Project “Clown in Corsia” aimed for the performing artists who would like to become professional Hospital Clowns. The project was recognized and financed by European Social Fund and supported by the Region of Tuscany, Italian State Theatrical Organization(ETI) Ministry of Labor and the Meyer Childrens Hospital (Italian: Ospedale Pediatrico Meyer) of Florence. The birth of this new profession founded a new type of performing arts, aimed to become a part of the hospital life. This kind of assistance promotes the health benefits of laughter and humor to hospitalized children and provides a powerful partner to traditional medical therapy. Following the project “Clown in Corsia”, under the supervision of brothers Olshansky, Soccorso Clown introduces the new profession of Hospital Clown into many Italian Children Hospitals: Hospital Marino of Rome, Meyer Children Hospital (present 5 days a week), Careggi of Florence , Policlinic Le Scotte of Siena, ASL 4 Hospital of Prato, Santobono Hospital of Naples, Policlinic of Modena, Hospital (Italian: Casa Sollievo della Sofferenze) of San Giovanni Rotondo in Apulia, Center of the Physically and Mentally Disabled of Manfredonia – annex of the Hospital of Foggia and I Hospital of Cremona. In the autumn 2007 with Patronage of the Italian Institute of Culture in Moscow and assistance of the Centre for the Lyric Songs of Galina Vishnevskaya, Vladimir with the team of hospital clowns of Soccorso Clown: Luciano Pastori, Tiziana Scrocca, Yury Olshansky, Caterina Turi, introduces, for the first time, in Russia, the professional hospital clown project. The pilot project was presented to the hospitals of Moscow: the Oncology, Center Blochin, the Pediatric Radiology, Centre, the Center of Endocrinology, the Neurosurgery Centre Burdenko . Under the guidance of Vladimir and his team, during 15 years of its activities Soccorso Clown receives many important awards. In 2010/2011, Soccorso Clown visited over 40,000 hospitalized children. Under the guidance of Vladimir and his Soccorso Clown administrative team, Yury Olshansky and Caterina Turi, Soccorso Clown became the founding member of the European Federation of Hospital Clowns Organizations (EFHCO) Presently Vladimir works on two new clown shows in Italy and teaches the Actor-Clown Master Class  in Italy  and all over Europe. In 2014 together with his brother Yury Olshansky, he is invited to Paris to take part of the Association Art De La Joie and creates Olshansky “Art De La Joiе ” Compagnie Theatrale and is its Artistic Director  In 2015, during the artistic residence at La Mama Umbria International, Spoleto (Italy) in collaboration with Mibac and Region of Umbria, Italy, he creates the new version of the Strange Games show, which he presents at the Cantiere Oberdan in Dicember 2015.In 2013 Vladimir publishes in Moscow, Russia book The Path of a Clown – the history of the clown therapy. Путь Клоуна – история смехотерапии 
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