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Ivan Glebovich Maryanov
Timeline: History of Margovya

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Maryanov at the premiere of Mafiya: The Last Stand, 2014

Birth: November 26, 1970 (age 46)
Botovsky, Maryanov, Margovya
Spouse: Markunda Petrovna Movyocheva (m. 1992; div. 1996)

Maria Innokentiyevna Gregorievskaya (m. 2000; div. 2005)
Irina Rumanovna Rasapinskaya (m. 2015)

Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Actor, director, producer

Ivan Glebovich Maryanov (born November 26, 1970) is a Margovyan actor, director, screenwriter and producer. He is famous for the Mafiya film series, where he starred in eleven out of its sixteen installments, from Mafiya (1991) until Mafiya: The Last Stand (2014), usually alongside Mark Vizinsky, Matvey Rasapinsky and Karl Khristenko.

Maryanov has also directed and produced several successful movies, such as the Crazy Dancin' film series, on the first film of which he was the lead actor, alongside Borislava Porsenko.

Birth and early lifeEdit

Ivan Glebovich Maryanov was born in Botovsky, Maryanov on November 26, 1970 to actor Gleb Maryanov (b. 1939) and Botovsky Vice Mayor Radoslava Glebova (b. 1941), born sixth out of nine siblings. His father is the grandson of Juan Maryanov, and his mother is the granddaughter of Agustin Sankt Pavlov. His older brothers Konrad Maryanov (born January 21, 1959) and Faddy Maryanov (born June 23, 1964) are both acclaimed actors; his older brother Vladislav Maryanov (born March 1, 1961), and younger sister Ana Maryanova (born February 29, 1972) are both prominent politicians in the Maryanov province, and his youngest brothers Ilya (born August 26, 1976) and Kazimir Maryanov (September 13, 1974 — December 30, 2001) are both successful musicians.

Originally going to pursue politics like his ancestors, Maryanov started to develop a liking for acting when he was cast for a commercial of Addidas shoes in 1988. Shortly before graduating from college, Maryanov accepted a major role in the movie Mafiya in 1990, where it became a hit by its release in 1991.

Acting CareerEdit

Personal LifeEdit

In 1992, at the age of 22, Maryanov married actress-model Markunda Movyocheva after only six months of dating. The couple eventually separated in 1996 after three years of marriage, and Maryanov filed for divorce, which was finalized on August 18, 1996. The two parted in good terms and remained friends until Movyocheva eventually died in January 1998.

From that point, Maryanov kept his love life private, until he married his non-showbiz girlfriend, Maria Gregoriyevskaya, in late 2000. They were married for four years, until they decided to part ways in 2005. Maryanov admitted that the main reason they broke up is that he didn't want kids, but she did. Gregoriyevskaya filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences, which both signed almost simultaneously. The divorce was finalized in April 23, 2005.

He met actress Irina Rasapinskaya in 2009 on the set of Criminal Strike, when she came to the set to support her brother Matvey Rasapinsky, who was one of Maryanov's co-stars in the film. However, they didn't start dating until 2011, and they reportedly got engaged around April 2014, while celebrating Rasapinskaya's 35th birthday. Maryanov and Rasapinskaya got married on June 30, 2015 and settled in Maryanov's house in Botovsky. They have a son together, Ivan Ivanovich (born May 6, 2016).

FilmographyEdit

Film
Year Title Role Notes
1991 Mafiya Mark Rambuvsky First motion picture project
1992 Coming Out of the Closet Lev Lukorev
1993 Mafiya 2 Mark Rambuvsky Nominated "Best Action Tandem" (with Mark Vizinsky), 1993 Honorary Awards for Movies
Difference Between Fifteen and Fifty Mikhail
1995 Mafiya 3 Mark Rambuvsky Nominated "Best Actor", 1995 Honorary Awards for Movies
1996 Downtown Anton Antonov
1997 Mafiya: Fourth Riot Mark Rambuvsky cameo appearance
The Life of the Party Boris Antayov
1999 Proverbs: Do You Believe In It? Dave Castro
Make Love on Christmas Day Martin Orlandovich
2000 Team Virgin Himself cameo appearance
2001 Mafiya with a Vengeance Mark Rambuvsky Nominated "Best Actor", 2001 Honorary Awards for Movies
2002 Underground on Wheels VIII: A Generation Later Aleksei Pavlov
Bullshit! Andrey Frapov Nominated "Worst Actor", 2002 Margovyan Golden Raspberry Awards
2003 Crazy Dancin' Borislav Kravchenko Nominated "Best Actor", 2003 Honorary Awards for Movies
Proverbs: The Continuation Dave Castro
2004 Mafiya v Mafia Mark Rambuvsky/Mark Rambo
2005 Crazy Dancin' 2: Crazier Moves Borislav Kravchenko
The Raging Bull Mark Rambuvsky cameo appearance
One Night with My Ex Mstislav Gorbachev
2006 The Bratva's Legacy Mark Rambuvsky
Apartment 69 Oleg Yakubov Won "Best Supporting Actor", 2006 Honorary Awards for Movies
2008 Conquerors Mark Rambuvsky/Mark Rambo Nominated "Best Actor", 2008 Honorary Awards for Movies
Birth of the Margovyan Vogue Pavel Konev
2010 Criminal Strike Mark Rambuvsky
  • Won "Best Actor", 2010 Honorary Awards for Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2010 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards
2011 Limelight Andrey Kuznetsov
2012 Downfall of an Empire Mark Rambuvsky mentioned/picture only
Here's to the Men: Final Victory Master Sergeant Leonidas Reyes
2013 Clear as Water Pavel Maryanov
2014 Mafiya: The Last Stand Mark Rambuvsky
  • Won "Best Actor", 2014 Honorary Awards for Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2014 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards
  • Nominated "Best Actor," 2014 Academy Awards
Behind the Curtain Himself
The Martyrdom of Sta. Conrada Lance Reynolds
Aladin None, director
2015 377 kph 2: Retaliation Yevgeniy's racer friend cameo appearance; also co-wrote the screen play
The Road Trip Ruma Subokov Won "Gay Couple of the Year," The Margovyan Rainbow Magazine awards 2015 (with Mark Vizinsky)
Clara y Ferula None, director
The Palace John Patrick "Jack" Frost
Antayov Boris Antayov Also directed the film
2016 Aleksei's Revenge Aleksei Oslanov Nominated "Best Actor", 2016 Honorary Awards for Movies
Baseball Is Dead, Long Live Baseball Desmond Bowes Also directed the film
The Greatest Team There Never Was Himself Also directed the documentary film
The Informers Señor Pine Cameo appearance, also directed the film
2017 Tricky Business Wally Hartley
Enter the Beast Gavril Parovsky Post-production
The Interceptors: Philippine Civil War Iosif Bakstrov
Here's to the Men: The Chaco War Lieutenant Colonel Leonidas Reyes Pre-production
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1990-1992 The Karageorgiyevs young-adult Orental Karageorgiyev main role (season 1-2)
1991 The Interceptors Marvik Tusanov Season 22, Episode 15 ("The Intern")
1992-1994 The Next Big Thing Vladislav Galichevsky recurring role (13 episodes)
1993 Old School Pavel recurring role (5 episodes)
1995-1999 Cars of Margovya Himself guest star (3 episodes; seasons 7, 9 & 10)
1998-2003 The Diner Club Lev Parovsky recurring role (27 episodes)
2001-2008 Big Balls Vladislav Tramuv Main Role (Seasons 1-7)
2002-2006 Singer Siblings Aleksei Kantanov recurring role (Seasons 2-5; 29 episodes)
2004-2010 365 Ways to Love You Aleksei Antonov recurring role (Seasons 6-12; 21 episodes)
2006 Desperate Matvey Rondayev Season 5, Episode 1 ("The Desperate Attempt to Sell Records")
2008 The Siblings Parted Ways Aleksei Kantanov Season 1, Episode 25 ("The Big Test")
2008-2012 Here's to the Men Master Sergeant Leonidas Reyes Recurring role (seasons 2-5)
2014 There's the Way, Where's the Will? Mark Oslovsky Season 2, Episode 11 ("It Sounds Like a Monster Trying to Eat Me")
2016-present Top Gear Margovya Himself Presenter (Series 14 — )
2016 Troubled Skies: Mistaken Identity General Marcio Melo
2017 Troubled Skies: Deadly Delivery Himself

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