Konstantin Khabenskiy is one of the most famous and prominent actors from Russia, real «icon of the Epoque», theater and cinema star always surrounded by a crowd of devoted fans. Born on January, 11, 1972 in Saint-Peterburg, now Khabenskiy resides in Moscow. Konstantin graduated from the Leningrad State Institute for Theatre, Music and Cinema in 1996 (student of V. Filshtinsky).
Konstantin is a versatile artist both on stage and on the screen (more than 50 movies in the filmography of Khabenskiy and 18 dubbing parts). Starting his career as a theater actor, Konstantin became popular all over Russia after starring in TV-serials and cinema. The unprecedented success of movies Khabenskiy took part in made Konstantin a very popular actor in Russia, and one of the best-known Russian actors abroad.
The trailer of best parts of Konstantin Khabenskiy in cinema is available on Youtube official channel for forthcoming 45th Anniversary of the actor. From the part of Igor Plakhov in the «Lethal Force» TV Series to 2017 «Selfie» release…
Khabenskiy took part in worldwide known movies as «Wanted» and «World War Z» where his part as Russian soldier was cut due to re-shooting of the 30 minutes of the ending, which was shown only in Unrated Edition of the movie.
During filming partners of Konstantin were the most known wordwide cinema stars James McAvoy, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie («Wanted», 2008), Milla Jovovich («Lucky Trouble», 2009), Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, John Hurt, Toby Jones, Mark Strong, Benedict Cumberbatch («Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy», 2011), Gérard Depardieu («Raspoutine», 2011), Brad Pitt («World War Z», 2013), Jude Law («The Black Sea», 2015), Christopher Lambert («The Legend of Escape», forthcoming in 2017).
Konstantin Khabenskiy has many Governmental, State, Cinema and Theater accomplishments.
Khabenskiy’s widely known in Russia for his charity projects having founded the Charity Fund named after him to help children with oncological and brain diseases. Khabenskiy’s Fund managed to save children’s lives.