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Matvey Rumanovich Rasapinsky
Timeline: History of Margovya

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Rasapinsky in 2012

Senator of the Republic of Margovya
6 April 2016 – present

President: Mstislav Pankavuranov

Representative of Arbatskaya
6 April 2013 – 6 April 2016

President: Viktoriya Vegova
Birth: 24 August 1979 (age 37)
Yobatav, Arbatskaya, Margovya
Spouse: Yordana Rumanovna Puevskaya
Political party: Margovyan Federalist Party
Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: actor, comedian, action star, singer, politician

Matvey Rumanovich Rasapinsky (born 24 August 1979) is a Margovyan actor-turned-politician, who has been participating in films and TV series since the late 80's, first as a child actor, but later making his breakout in professional acting in the 1995 film Good Thing It Wasn't My Ex at the age of 15. He is also most known for his role as Ruma Yarayov in the Mafiya series, starring in the series' last five installments from Black Lights (2009) until Mafiya: The Last Stand (2014) alongside Ivan Maryanov, Mark Vizinsky and Karl Khristenko.

Rasapinsky is also known for his performance in the films Difference Between Fifteen and Fifty (1993), Good Thing It Wasn't My Ex (1995), Scary Nightmare (1997), Titanium (2000), Revenge is the Answer (2001), One Night with My Ex (2005), Mr. Batalyanov, I Presume (2006), The Carbombyan Job (2007), I Heart Rock and Roll (2008), Limelight (2011), Flight 4892 (2012), 2018 (2012), and No Rush (2013).

On 2012, Rasapinsky decided to enter politics to be able to take a break from his acting career. On April 6, 2013, Rasapinsky was elected 2nd District Representative of the Province of Arbatskaya. After serving two full terms as Representative of his native province, Rasapinsky ran for senatorship under the Margovyan Federalist Party in the February 29, 2016 Margovyan general elections, where he placed second to Irina Adzhitekova of the same party. Rasapinsky, along with fourteen new and returning senators, was sworn in to the Margovyan Senate on April 6, 2016.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Matvey Rasapinsky was born in Yobatav, Arbatskaya on April 27, 1979 to Ruma (born August 26, 1948) and Anya Rasapinsky (born May 24, 1954), being older by about thirty-seven minutes than his twin sister, Irina Rasapinskaya, who also became an actress. He had an older brother Ruma Rumanovich (August 10, 1971 - May 24, 1996), and a younger sister Kseniya (born September 22, 1988).

Rasapinsky attended Arbatskaya State University from elementary and high school, but refused to go to college to pursue his acting career.

Acting CareerEdit

Humble Beginnings (1988-93)Edit

Rasapinsky first tried his hand on acting when he was casted for the role of Aleksei Alekseyevsky in the 1988 film Kids on the Block, as the film's director Ruma Vulvanov discovered him while performing at a play in Arbatskaya State University. Right after Kids on the Block was released on June 1988, Rasapinsky was immediately casted on a voice role in the 1988 animated film Superkids.

As a child actor, Rasapinsky's roles were stereotypical child roles, including younger personas of the main character, son of the main character, etc, as the films Busted (1990), Bullsh*t (1992), and Thief of the Month (1992). However, on the 1993 film Ilgamovsk, Rasapinsky played a much mature role, being a tenth grader who later resorted to drugs, and later, stealing and doing criminal work. This role gave way for his further success in the film industry.

Initial Success (1993-97)Edit

Rasapinsky made his breakthrough in acting in the 1993 film Difference Between Fifteen and Fifty as Marvik Hadonov, which won him the Teens' Choice Awards for Best Teen Actor, and the 1993 Honorary Awards For Movies for Best Upcoming Actor. He later soared higher in the 1995 remake of the 1967 film Good Thing It Wasn't My Ex, which, according to him, was the most daring role he had ever taken. Some of the remarkable films that he starred in during this period were the 1997 films Scary Nightmare and Petrovskaya Siege.

Singing CareerEdit

Political CareerEdit

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1988 Kids on the Block Aleksei Alekseyevsky First motion picture project
Superkids Side-kid Voice Role
1990 Busted Young Aleksandr Brobashev
1992 Bullsh*t Robert Payumov Nominated "Best Child Actor", 1992 Margovya-rama Film Awards
Thief of the Month Vladislav Vladislavovich Glamovich
1993 Ilgamovsk Markvik Ilgamov Nominated "Best Supporting Actor", 1993 Honorary Awards For Movies
Difference Between Fifteen and Fifty Marvik Hadonov
  • Won "Best Teen Actor", 1993 Teen's Choice Awards
  • Won "Best Upcoming Actor", 1993 Honorary Awards For Movies
1995 Good Thing It Wasn't My Ex Aleksei Rambuv Nominated "Most Daring Role in Film", 1995 Creative Film Awards
1996 Can't Stop Loving You Marko Vulvanov
1997 Scary Nightmare "Nightmare" Lukorev
Petrovskaya Siege Karl Delkaya Won "Best Actor", 1997 Action Film Awards
1998 Disconnection Notice Ruma Radayev
  • Nominated "Best Supporting Actor", 1998 People's Choice Awards
  • Won "Best Supporting Actor", 1998 Honorary Awards For Movies
  • Won "Best Supporting Actor", 1998 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards
2000 Party Like It's 1999 Pavel Kiskov
Titanium Cal Won "Best Antagonist Role", 2000 Creative Film Awards
Iquitos Arnoldo Nuñez
2001 Karageorgiyev: The Movie Lance Corporal Niall Flanagan
Revenge is the Answer Marko "Killer Mark" Pataytaov Won "Best Supporting Actor", 2001 Ciudad del Celebridad Film Festival
2002 Cum Again Vyacheslav Biskarov
Moonlight in Ikulsk Oleg Frapov
2003 Con and Get It Boris Ilgamov
Once in a Lifetime Chance Robert Enkinov
2004 One Plus One Equals Six Ivana's first boyfriend Uncredited cameo appearance
Love Takes Sixty-Five Drives to Paradise Iosef Koronov Won "Best Actor", 2004 Romantic Film Awards
Thanks For Ruining My Evening Yuri Fandorin
  • Won "Best Actor", 2004 Action Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2004 Ciudad del Celebridad Film Festival
2005 One Night with My Ex Aleksei Rambuv
  • Won "Most Daring Role", 2005 Romance Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2005 Teen's Choice Awards
Mysteries of an Old House Gavril Miskov
  • >Won "Best Actor", 2005 Horror Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2005 Honorary Awards For Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2005 Ciudad del Celebridad Film Festival
Lusitania Jeremy Lannigan
2006 Mr. Batalyanov, I Presume Kiril Dzhuskumov Won "Best Actor", 2006 Leonid Pankavuranov Film Awards
Crimes of the Pink Rapist Aleksei Freskov
  • Won "Best Action Star", 2006 Teens' Choice Awards
  • Won "Best Action Star", 2006 Let's Talk Margovya Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2006 Honorary Awards For Movies
Apartment 69 Mikhail Kiskov
  • Won "Best Romantic Actor", 2006 Romance Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2006 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2006 Ciudad del Celebridad Film Festival
2007 The Carbombyan Job Karl Krokov
  • Won "Best Action Star", 2007 Teens' Choice Awards
  • Won "Best Actor in Film", 2007 Adult Entertainment Inc. Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2007 Action Film Awards
  • Won "Most Promising Role", 2007 Action Film Awards
  • Won "Most Promising Role", 2007 Creative Film Awards
  • Won "Best Crime Film Role", 2007 Creative Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2007 Let's Talk Margovya Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2007 Honorary Awards For Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2007 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Movie and Television Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2007 Leonid Pankavuranov Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor Under Action", 2007 Latin-American Film Festival
  • Nominated "Best Actor", 80th Academy Awards
The Man From Petrovakia Dragomir Bulskovic
2008 I Heart Rock and Roll Faddey Tramvitov
  • Won "Best Actor", 2008 Honorary Awards For Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2008 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Movie and Television Awards
  • Won "Most Inspirational Role", 2008 Creative Film Awards
  • Won "Most Promising Role", 2008 Creative Film Awards
  • Won "Best Romantic Role", 2008 Creative Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2008 Romantic Film Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2008 Teens' Choice Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2008 Latin American Fim Festival
The Two Interceptors Second Interceptor
2009 Black Lights Ruma Yarayov Won "Best Film Comeback", 2009 Honorary Awards For Movies
Fall of the Piranhas Ruma Rasapinsky Nominated "Best Actor", 2009 Honorary Awards For Movies
2010 We Can't Stop Kiril Tramuv Nominated "Best Supporting Actor", 2010 Let's Talk Margovya Awards
The Day of the Interceptor Second Interceptor Won "Best Movie Actor's TV Comeback", 2010 Margovyan Television Awards
Criminal Strike Ruma Yarayov
Shut Up, Private Nukova! General Isay Kabutov Won "Best Comedian", 2010 Comedy Film Awards
We Have to Survive: The Yefrem Dragunov Story Sergeant Major Yuri Gandorov
2011 Limelight Faddey Rambuv
  • Won "Best Actor", 2011 Honorary Awards For Movies
  • Won "Best Actor", 2011 Amanda Viktoriyovskaya Film and Television Awards
  • Won "Best Actor", 2011 Let's Talk Margovya Awards
The Four Interceptors Second Interceptor
The Winning Man Isay Isayev
2012 Flight 4892 Oleg Duranov
Downfall of an Empire Ruma Yarayov
2018 Viktor Golovnov Won "Best Actor", 2012 Ciudad del Celebridad Film Festival
The Interceptors: The Roaring Twenties John Brutus Watt TV movie
2013 No Rush Lev Frapov Won "Best Actor", 2013 Honorary Awards For Movies
Abyss Ruma Yarayov
Love Game Aleksei Glamovich
Vegetables on a Wedding Marvik Brobashev
2014 377 kph Kiril Marukov
Behind the Curtain Marko Mendayov
The Martyrdom of Sta. Conrada Andrew Perkins
The Interceptors: No Place for Heroes Arbat Arbatovich Balkonovich
Mafiya: The Last Stand Ruma Yarayov
The Six Interceptors Second Interceptor
2015 377 kph 2: Retaliation Kiril Marukov
The Man From Petrovakia 2: Petrol Wars Dragomir Bulskovic
2016 377 kph 3: End of the Road Kiril Marukov
The Greatest Team There Never Was Himself

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