Mikhail Sergeyevich Boyarsky was born in Leningrad. Russia, U.S.S.R. on December 26, 1949. Boyarsky was born into the family of Sergey Boyarsky and Ekaterina Milenteva, both Komissarjevsky Theatre actors.
He studied piano in a music school affiliated with the Conservatory. After finishing school, Boyarsky entered the Institute of Theatre Music and Cinema, finishing in 1972 and began working in the Lensoviet Theatre of Igor Vladimirov.
In the cinema, he made his debut in the films with “Bridges and The Straw Hat” (1974), becoming well known in 1975 after his role in the picture “Eldest Son”. He found greater popularity in the main role of Troubadour in the theatre musical “The Troubadour and His Friends”, with the princess played by Larissa Luppian, who soon became his wife. In 1976, he played the big bad wolf in the movie “Ma-ma”.
His popularity really took off in 1978 after Boyarsky starred in the musical film “d'Artagnan and Three Musketeers”. He went on to star in the film's two sequels.
With Larissa Luppian, he has a son, Sergei Boyarsky [1979- ], and a daughter, Elizaveta Boyarskaya [1985- ].
BOYARSKY, Mikhail (aka M. Boyarskiy, M. Boyarsky) (Mikhail Sergeyevich Boyarsky) [12/26/1949, Leningrad, Russia, U.S.S.R. - ] – singer, stage, TV actor, writer, son of actor Sergei Boyarsky [1916–1976], actress Ekaterina Milenteva, nephew of actor Nikolai Boyarsky [1922–1988], married to actress Larisa Luppian [1953- ] (1975- _), father of Sergei Boyarsky [1979- ], actress, singer Elizaveta Boyarskaya [1985- ].
A Man from Boulevard Capucines – 1987 (Cherny/Black Jack)