Famous satirist Viktor Koklyushkin died

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Victor Koklyushkin

The author of the famous monologues “Ale, Lucy” and “Petka and I” died at the age of 76 due to heart problems.

Russian satirist and pop playwright Viktor Koklyushkin died at the age of 75. This was announced on Friday, November 12, by the TV channel Russia 24.

It is noted that the cause of death was acute heart failure.

Koklyushkin began his creative activity in 1969. Initially, he wrote for Soviet newspapers and magazines, and then began to create numbers for the stars.

The satirist’s monologues were performed by Evgeny Petrosyan, Vladimir Vinokur, Efim Shifrin, Klara Novikova and others.

He became the author of more than a dozen short stories, novellas and novels, and also wrote a number of plays and scripts for several cartoons.

Earlier it was reported that at the age of 80 died Valentina Malyavina – a famous Soviet theater and film actress.

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