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Konstantin Sergejewitsch Stanislawski (Stanislawskij) eigtl. Alexejew, sowjetischer Schauspieler und Theaterleiter.
geb.: 5. (17.) 1. 1863, gest.: 7.8.1938 in Moskau, gründete 1898 mit W.J. Nemirowitsch-Dantschenko das Moskauer Künstlertheater.

Volkskünstler der UdSSR 1936, Leninorden.
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  • Stanislawskij, Konstantin Sergejewitsch: Regisseur, Theaterleiter, Schauspieler, Sowjetunion
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