“Vladimir Mikhailovich was a wonderful person, a wonderful artist.

He worked at the Bolshoi Drama Theater for Tovstonogov, worked for many years at the Lenfilm film studio, starred in many films.

And in life he was an absolutely wonderful storyteller, very cheerful, very cheerful, ”said Elena Drapeko, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Culture, in an interview with the radio station“ Moscow Says ”.

According to Drapeko, this is a very big loss for her.

As the deputy said, Tatosov had an oncological disease, which apparently progressed against the background of COVID-19.

The actor is known for the films "The Sixth of July", "Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: The Twentieth Century Begins", "Big Family", "Late Meeting".

Earlier, FAN reported that at the age of 81, Honored Artist of Russia, Head of the Department of Theater Arts of St. Petersburg State University Vadim Lobanov died.