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Kulnazarov Shokhan Zhalgasbayuly

Kulnazarov Shokhan Zhalgasbayuly was born on August 9, 1994 in Ili district of Almaty region. In 2010-2013 graduated the Republican Stage-Circus College in the name of Zh.Elebekov with a degree in actor skill, majoring in “Puppet Theater Actor”. In 2013-2016 studied at Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute with specialty “Musical education”.

In 2016, he received the Certificate of Honor of the Secretary of the Almaty City Maslikhat  -K.Kazanbayev in celebration of 25th anniversary of Independent Kazakhstan.

The roles he played: “Buratino” – Piero, Basilio, “Red riding hood” – a cat, “Succulent goat” – Sharik , “Little Prince” – an astrologer, “East fairytales” – a rabbit, “Golden chick” – a wolf, “Cheerful bears” – Top, “Thumbelina” – a beetle, “The golden man” – Azatbatyr, the golden man, “Morozko” – bear, “Foal and wolfling” – wolf(male), “Oh, goodness” – grandchild, “Aqua tale” – fool Ivan, “Little frog stories” – Hrip, “Heart of Mother” – boy, “Old tumbleweed” – a director, black giant, fox, “Sagynysh shobi (Grass of Miss)” – herald, “Medea” – Hades.

In 2022, he was awarded with the badge "Sign of Resperct" by a special decision of the Organization "Figures of the Kazakh Society" for conscientious work on the development of our country.

In October 2022, at the 17th International Festival of Puppet Theaters "Golden Dolphin" in Varna, Republic of Bulgaria, he was awarded with the nomination "Best Actor" for the roles of Tybalt, Lorenzo, Capulet, Montague, Benvolio in the production of "Romeo and Juliet".

In October 2022, at the 4th International Theater Festival "TeART-Kokshe" in Kokshetau, he was awarded with a special prize named after the founder of the Akmola regional Russian Drama Theater, famous director, actor Yakov Aronovich Kuklinsky.