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Gregoriy Umalin
Timeline: History of Margovya

Umalin in 1995

21st Vice President of the Republic of Margovya
1 January 2000 – 6 April 2001

Predecessor: Ruma Dumayev
Successor: Pristina Leonova
President: Ruma Dumayev

Senator of the Republic of Margovya
6 October 1999 – 31 December 1999

President: Susana Bulshitova

25th Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Margovya
11 April 1995 – 11 April 1998

Predecessor: Svetlana Antonova
Successor: Vladimir Dumayev
President: Susana Bulshitova

Representative of the Province of Sta. Susana
6 April 1992 – 6 October 1999

President: Susana Bulshitova

23rd Governor of Sta. Susana
6 October 1990 – 6 April 1992

Predecessor: Faddey Gayamanov
Successor: Gavril Mabayov
President: Baba Filitov
Birth: Gregoriy Dmitriyevich Umalin
27 June 1965 (age 54)
Sambanapova, Sta. Susana, Margovya
Spouse: Katrina Nikolayevna Tarapova
Political party: Margovyan Federalist Party
Religion: Roman Catholic
Profession: Politician, actor

Gregoriy Dmitriyevich Umalin (Russian: Григорий Дмитриевич Умалин, Margovyan: Gregorio Demetrio Mallin, born June 27, 1965) is a Margovyan actor, director, and politician. As an actor, he first appeared on the hit Friday night comedy gag show NiteClub in 1985, and rose to fame when he landed the role of Extortionist Ieronim Antonovich in the long-running police-procedural series The Interceptors in 1987. Umalin was also known for his on-screen tag-team partnership or "bromance" with fellow actor and comedian Mstislav Enerkov, which started as a segment in NiteClub called "Gregoriy and Mstislav" in 1989.


Early life

Gregoriy Umalin was born in Sambanapova, Sta. Susana on June 27, 1965 to former Senator Dmitri Umalin (April 16, 1927 - January 27, 1997) and former actress Adriyana Lumanova (March 15, 1938 - August 26, 1975). Gregoriy has three brothers, Andrey (born August 12, 1957), Ustin (born January 12, 1959) and Mark (born May 18, 1963), and three sisters, Aleksandra (born September 19, 1967), Yuliya (born June 4, 1970), and Raisa (October 24, 1973 - May 5, 1994). Gregoriy attended University of Sta. Susana and finished two degrees: film, which he finished in 1986, and political science, which he finished in 1990.

Acting career

Directing career

Political career

Personal Life

From 1984 to 1986, Umalin was in a relationship with actress and eventually The Interceptors co-star Mara Shchpalova. In February 1985, 19-year-old Umalin met 22-year-old The Interceptors stuntwoman Katrina Tarapova at an after-party for the conclusion of the show's fifteenth season. Umalin, at the time an up-and-comer who had only been in a few episodes of NiteClub, was invited by co-star Yulian Markovsky, who was also the executive producer of The Interceptors. Umalin and Tarapova started dating in 1987, around the time Umalin became part of the main cast in The Interceptors. The relationship was immediately clouded by controversy, mainly due to the fact that they started dating only six months after Tarapova's first husband, Frisbee lead guitarist/vocalist Iriney Kuznetsov, died in a car accident on December 1986. The rumors went from Tarapova cheating on Kuznetsov with Umalin for months before Kuznetsov died, to as far as the theory that Kuznetsov's "car accident" was actually staged by Umalin and Tarapova. Amidst the rumors, the two became engaged in June 1988 after one year of dating, and married in December of the same year.

In addition to Umalin becoming a step-father to Semyon (born January 21, 1983) and Samara Kuznetsova (born August 15, 1985), Tarapova's children with Kuznetsov, the couple had six children of their own: Vladimir (born March 13, 1990), Mikhail (born October 19, 1992), Borislav (January 11 - December 26, 1994), Yelizaveta (born November 8, 1995), Andrey (born March 6, 2003), and Sara (born May 12, 2005). Borislav was one of the casualties of the Margovyan Airlines Flight 4892 on December 26, 1994 at the age of only eleven months old. Vladimir grew up to be a politician in Sta. Susana (currently serving as Mayor), and Mikhail became an actor and comedian, eventually becoming a regular in NiteClub alongside his father. Yelizaveta is currently studying to become a pilot, while Andrey and Sara are vlogging, having started their YouTube channel "The Umalin Babies" in 2015.



Year Title Role Notes
1993 College Party Anton Rambuvich
2001 Karageorgiyev: The Movie Isay Karageorgiyev Also served as film writer
Revenge is the Answer Mr. Ruma Rumanov Cameo role
2002 Can't Fight This Feeling Anymore None; Director
The Interceptors: Movie II Ieronim Antonovich
2003 Once in a Lifetime Chance None; producer
The Interceptors' Third Movie Ieronim Antonovich
2004 One Plus One Equals Six Rurik Yakovich
The Interceptors: Movie IV! Ieronim Antonovich
A Brown-Haired Girl Karl Queruv Also served as film director
2005 College Party 4: The Reunion Anton Rambuvich
2006 The Interceptors: Final Strike Ieronim Antonovich
2007 La Revolucion de Margovya Juan Maryanov
Long Range 4: The Most Dangerous Game Murdoch Rainsford
2009 Fall of the Piranhas Ivan Testudov
2010 Criminal Strike None; director
We Have to Survive: The Yefrem Dragunov Story Captain Zosima Deribin Also served as film director with Yulian Markovsky
2011 What Happened in Kherson? Anatoly Lofsky Also served as film director
The Winning Man Kirill Prokhorov
2012 Flight 4892 Himself
Here's to the Men: Final Victory Colonel Juan Mariano Cameo
The Interceptors: Revenge of the Fem-Cop Ieronim Antonovich
2013 Wishbone Logger
Buddy Cop Movie Senior Inspector Anton Gramapov
2014 The Interceptors: No Place for Heroes Ieronim Antonovich
2015 377 kph 2: Retaliation Manta Ray Cyrus
The Karageorgiyevs: The Next Chapter Isay Karageorgiyev Also served as writer
2016 377 kph 3: End of the Road Manta Ray Cyrus
Casinovich Arkady Radchenko Cameo
2017 The Interceptors: Philippine Civil War SPO2 Andres de Castro
377 kph 4: The Last Ride Manta Ray Cyrus Cameo
Buddy Cop Movie 2: Longer, Harder, Faster Anton Gramapov
Here's to the Men: The Chaco War President Juan Mariano Also served as producer


Year(s) Title Role Notes
1985-1998; 2005-present NiteClub Himself Regular
1987-1994 The Interceptors Ieronim Antonovich Main role (Seasons 18-24)
1995-1998 Casinovich Arkady Radchenko Main role
1998-2002 The Karageorgiyevs Isay Karageorgiyev Main role (Seasons 8-11)
2001-2006 Singer Siblings Nikita Kantanov Main role
2007-2010 The Siblings Parted Ways Nikita Kantanov Recurring role (37 episodes)
2007-2012 Here's to the Men Colonel Juan Mariano Recurring role (seasons 1-5)
2008-2015 The Interceptors (2008) Ieronim Antonovich Main role
2012 The Interceptors: The Roaring Twenties Rex Wilmer TV movie
2012-2015 Sopron Miklos Orban Recurring role, also serves as series executive producer with Kseniya Kalinina
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