Grigory Kofman is a Russian actor and native speaker. He graduated from the Schukin Theatre Academy in Moscow and founded the Malenkih Peterburgskij Theatr (later Paramon-Teatr) in Leningrad. Since 1994, he has moved his artistic and journalistic activities mainly to Germany, but he also has guest appearances in Russia and Europe. He has been involved in historical documentary film productions, e.g. in "Die Schmerzen des Essad Bey" or "Der Fall Chodorkovski", but also in animated films, series such as "Tatort" or radio play productions. As a dubbing artist he could be heard in numerous productions.  In "Waiting of the Sea" he spoke the leading role of Detlev Buck or in the series "Americans" the Russian ambassador. As a native voice actor he is in action for commercials, image films and documentaries.

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Language: Russian
Voice age: middle-older
Pitches: low, medium
Location: Berlin
Dialects: RUS-Northern Russian, RUS-Russian-Yiddish, RUS-South Russian (Odessa), RUS-Volga Russian
Dubbing voices: David S. Lee, Frank Crudele, Georgi Staykov, Pasha D. Lychnikoff, Søren Malling
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