Stepan Shkurat was born on January 8, 1886 in Kobelyaki, Poltava. He was a Russian Actor, known for Zemlja (1930), Aerograd (1935), Vsadniki (1939), Stepan Shkurat's first movie on record is from 1930. Stepan Shkurat died on February 27, 1973. His last motion picture on file dates from 1967.
Stepan Shkurat Filmography [Auszug]
1967: [11.27] Vij (Cast), Directed by Aleksandr Ptushko, Konstantin Jershov, with Leonid Kuravljov, , ,
1939: [07.29] Vsadniki (Cast), Directed by Igor Savchenko, with Lev Sverdlin, Pjotr Masokha,
1935:  Aerograd (Cast), Directed by Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko, with V Dobronravov, I Kahn, E Mozhimov,
1934: [11.07] Chapajev (Cast: Borozdin's striker), Directed by Grigori Vasiljev, Sergej Vasiljev, with Boris Andrejevich Babochkin, Leonid Kmit, Varvara Mjasnikova,
1932: [11/06] Ivan (Cast: Stepan Iosovich Guba, Ivans Vater, ein Bummelant), Directed by Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko, with , , Nikolaj Nademskij,
1930: [05.08] Zemlja (Earth) (Cast: Onkel Opanas, ein Sohn Semjons), Directed by Aleksandr P. Dovzhenko, with L Ljashenko, , ,
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