Russian actor Dmitry Dyuzhev born in Astrakhan (Russia) July 9, 1978 in a family of actors.
In elementary school he studied very poorly,but several grew up, to catch up, becoming one of the best students in her school. Love for acting Dmitry instilled by his father, who often grab his son with him to tour in Russia, and repeatedly tried to persuade his son to choose a profession is acting.
After graduation in 1995, he moved toMoscow. After it went to his parents, who do not want to leave his beloved son alone with the great and alien city. Dyuzhev documents submitted to several theaters. Having successfully passed the exams in all of them, chose e-GITIS. He studied acting at the courses of Mark Zakharov. Diploma received in 1999.
His first small role in a movie played onnext year after the end of GITIS, and, in the crime drama by Alexander Atanesyan "24 Hours" (2000), the main role in which she performed Maxim Sukhanov and Andrei Panin. After they had roles in the films "Poisons or the World History of Poisoning" (2001) and "April" (2002), but none of these works are not added to the actor's popularity.