Youl Borisovich (Brynner) Briner (1920 - 1985)
11 Jul 1920
of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
(1930s - unknown)]
10 Oct 1985
New York City, New York,
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Yul Brynner (born Youl [or Yuliy] Borisovich Briner was a Russian-born United States-based film and stage actor. (includes a list of his many films.
Brynner was the son of Marousia Dimitrievna (Blagovidova), the Russian daughter of a doctor, and Boris Yuliyevich Bryner, a engineer and inventor of Swiss-German and Russian descent
Biography of Yul Brynner IMDb
Yul Brynner: Singer, Director, Actor
Brynner is buried in the Orthodox cemetery Saint-Michel-du-Bois-Aubry of Luzé, a village 55km from Tours in Touraine, France.
In 1952, he received the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of The King in The King and I.
In 1956, he received the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of the King of Siam in the film version of The King and I.
The King and I (The 2015 Broadway Cast Recording)
The King and I - The March of the Siamese Children
Bring Forth the Children: A Journey to the Forgotten People of Europe and the Middle East (1960)
The Yul Brynner Cookbook: Food Fit for the King and You (1983)
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