Sergei Lvovich Krylov (Russian: Серге́й Льво́вич Крыло́в; born August 25, 1961, Tula, RSFSR, USSR) is a Russian singer, showman and actor, head of the organization "Union of Russian children", the vice-president of the World charity theorists professional fashion sex.
Born in the city of Tula, August 25, 1961 into the family of Valentina (1941–2004) and Lev Krylov (1938–1984). His mother was killed by the robbers in July 2004, together with his stepfather Alexey Dmitrievich Tarkhanov (1926–2004). His mother worked all her life at the arms factory. His stepfather Alexey Dmitrievich loved him more than his own son. He was a veteran of the war. Sergei helped him financially to have surgery for throat cancer.
In 1977 he graduated from the music school.
in 1978 he graduated from high school № 49 of Tula.
In 1981–1985 he studied in the Yaroslavl theatrical institute.
Since 1986 was a member of the All-Union Studio SPM "Record" (Moscow)
In March 1987, he recorded a solo album of 11 songs called "The Illusion of Life".
The first performance as a showman on April 1, 1987 at the celebration of the Day of laughter, was the debut TV in October, "Morning mail" with "Black Sea".
In 1989 together with Valery Leontiev and his group "Echo" made a trip to India and made a film-concert "Made in India".
In 1992 Krylov has appeared in the role of Ostap Bender in the movie Vasily Pichul's "Idiot Dreams".
In 1994, carried out the project "Angel 421" in which Krylov acted as an intermediary between the sponsor and the representative of Russia (Masha Katz – Youddiph) at the 39th Eurovision contest in Dublin, offsetting the sponsor costs in the amount of $100,000 of personal funds, and also recorded an album of songs based on poems by Alexander Dobronravov and Victor Pelenyagre.
The show "Angel 421" was shown in Samara, Tula, Saratov, Togliatti.
In early 1994 she released the album "Port Said" with the greatest hits from 1988 to 1993. As a result of the sales drive was "gold". In November 1995, Krylov solo concert at New York concert hall "Manhattan Center Studios".
In December 1996 – January 1997, he recorded the album "Monsieur Vysotsky, return to us", dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Vladimir Vysotsky. The album has 12 songs. They are written in the style of urban romance. One of them – the song of Vladimir Vysotsky. Kharkov cult group "Raznye Lyudi" took part in the recording of the album.
In 2008, the leadership of the Sochi Winter Theater Sergei Krylov has proposed to create a theatrical performance based on the movie "The Diamond Arm". Singer agreed. The statement should have participated famous actors – for example, Pavel Volya had to play smuggler Gesha Kozodoyev (in the film the role played by Andrei Mironov). However, due to the financial crisis has been delayed this project for an indefinite period. Krylov himself planned to play there Lyolik (Anatoly Papanov's character), but, according to him, would have gladly shared this role, "if one of his star colleagues will want to play this character".
He participated in the reality show "Last Hero" and the program "You superstar!".
- First wife – Larisa Makarova (born March 15, 1960)
- Daughter – Karolina (born January 31, 1980)
- Second wife – Lyubov Dubovik (born November 10, 1961)
- Son – Yan (born November 5, 1992).
- 1987 – The Illusion of Life
- 1988 – The Sea
- 1994 – Port Said
- 1994 – Angel 421
- 1994 – Yoksel-mokselan album of children's songs)
- 1997 – Monsieur Vysotsky, return to us
- 2003 – It's okay
- Bursa (1990)
- Gangsters in the Ocean (1992)
- Fictitious Marriage (1992)
- Idiot Dreams (1993) as Ostap Bender
- Black Room (TV, 2000) as porter
- Egor's Mountain (2008) as bank representative
- Big Difference (2008) as cameo
- Lomonosov Order (August 25, 2006) – for outstanding achievements in the social, cultural, social and charitable activities in the field of art