Biography and personal life
Daniil Matveyevich Netrebin was born in Millerovo, Rostov Oblast, May 7, 1928. He died at the age of 70 on 21 February 1999. The actor’s account has more than 200 film roles. He starred in many adventure and war dramas. Daniel was educated at the All-Russian State Institute named after M. Gerasimov S.A. Netrebin studied the course of Vasily Vasilievich Vanin and Vladimir Vyacheslavovich Belokurov. He received his diploma in 1954. Daniel then worked for many years in the Theatre Studio of a film actor. Daniel worked hard. Parallel to the theatre, he acted in films and duplicated films. He had a characteristic voice. Netrebin had a family: wife Tatiana and daughter Marina. In 1991, the actor received the title of Honored Artist of the RSFSR.
Among the paintings with participation of Daniil Matveevich many successful and rated. In 1957, he starred in the drama “Flying Cranes”. The film was a runner-up at the Cannes Festival and was nominated for a British Academy Award. It was presented at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, the Dark Nights Film Festival in Tallinn and the Berlin Film Festival. In 1976, Netrebin played a doctor in the film “Podranki”. The drama was nominated for “The Golden Palm Branch”. He was given small roles in the paintings “War and Peace” of 1965 and “War and Peace: Pierre Bezukhov” of 1967.
In 1975, the film “Dersu Uzala” featuring the actor was released. It won an Oscar and an MMKF prize. In 1957, Netrebin played a typist in “The Communist”. Also the actor can be seen in such famous films as “Forty-First”, “Scarlet Sails”, “Return Course”, “Crime Quartet” and “Had a Father Three Sons”. In 1977, he played Sasha in the painting “The Strange Woman”. Melodrama was shown not only in the USSR, but also in Denmark and Sweden. Among Netrebin’s works are participation in such successful film films as “Thirty-Three”, “Nakhalenok”, “Coming” and “Anxious Sunday”. He can be seen in the 1998 drama “Composing for Victory Day”.
In 1978, the actor played the chief of the executive committee in the painting “And We Had Silence…”. Netrebin has starred in films “Strong Spirit”, “Judgment”, “Optimistic Tragedy”, “Maria Medici’s Laretz”, “Good Morning” and “No-sand Napoleon III”. In 1974, he was invited for a role in the film “Matters of the Heart”. In 1960, he played Markelov in “Meechman Panin”.
Netrebin starred in many TV series. The most popular of them are “Ugryum-river” and “Adjutant of His Excellency”. In 1964, he appeared as Kuzmich in the miniseries “Calling Fire on Myself”. Daniel can also be seen in the role of an airman in “Major “Vikhra” 1967. The actor has starred in such successful TV series as “The Profitable Contract” (Gobko), “The Joys of the Earth”, “The Dove” (Sakhno) and “The Ravines”.