Yoqub Ahmedov

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Yoqub Ahmedov
Otabek Mahkamov and Yoqub Ahmedov (9.30.2012).JPG
Born (1938-01-03) January 3, 1938 (age 81)
NationalityUzbek
Alma materTashkent Institute of Arts
OccupationActor
AwardsPeople's Artist of the USSR (1991)

Yoqub Ahmedov (born January 3, 1938) is an Uzbek theater and film actor. He was named People's Artist of the USSR in 1991.[1][2]

Early life[edit]

He was born in Namangan on January 3, 1938 and took a degree at Tashkent Institute of Arts 1959.[3]

Family[edit]

His daughter Nadira Abdullayeva is an actress, his grandchildren are Tojirahmon Abdullayev, Aslzoda & Mohizoda, his son-in-law Rixsitulla Abdullayev was born on April 5, 1978 in Tashkent is also an Uzbek film and theater actor.

  • Nodira Abdullayeva (Ahmedova) Yoqubovna
  • Sitora Ahmedova Yoqubovna
  • Furqat Ahmedov Yoqubovich
  • Rixsitulla Abdullayev
  • Tojirahmon Abdullayev
  • Aslzoda
  • Mohizoda
  • Klara Jalilova Alimadatovna

Filmography[edit]

  • 1958 Maftuningman
  • 1977 Mischievous children
  • 1989 Coins
  • 1991 Au! Ograblenie train
  • 1997 The Days
  • 2003 Destiny
  • 2004 The wave of Hearts as Yuldashev
  • 2009 Revenge
  • 2010 Threatened
  • 2014 Come and see
  • 2014 Owner
  • 2015 The Baron
  • 2016 Baron 2
  • 2015-2018 Hotel

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ahmedov Yoqub". Oʻzbekiston milliy ensiklopediyasi (in Uzbek). Toshkent: Oʻzbekiston milliy ensiklopediyasi. 2000–2005.
  2. ^ "James," Ahmedov, National Encyclopedia. Tashkent: (Uzbekistan National Encyclopedia, 2000–2005).
  3. ^ "James," Ahmedov said. National Encyclopedia. Tashkent: Uzbekistan National Encyclopedia. 2000–2005.

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