Danila Kozlovsky Biography
(Actor and Director Known for His Films: 'Soulless', ‘Vampire Academy’ and 'A Good Day to Die Hard')
Birthday: May 3, 1985 (Taurus)
Born In: Moscow, Russia
Danila Valeryevich Kozlovsky is a Russian actor, filmmaker, and screenwriter. He has garnered fame for portraying Nikolai in the historical-drama ‘Garpastum’, time-travelling grave robber and archaeologist Borman in the action-drama ‘Black Hunters’, drag queen Lusya in the comedy-drama ‘Jolly Fellows’, and young ambitious executive manager Max Andreev in ‘Dukhless’. A native of Moscow, Kozlovsky was a problem child and had to change schools multiple times because of it. He received dance and music lessons at a young age. After attending the Kronshtadt Naval Military School from 1996 to 2002, he enrolled at the Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy, where he was trained under Lev Dodin. During this period, he also became active in Saint Petersburg’s theatre scene. Kozlovsky made his screen debut in 1998 in the TV series ‘Simple Truth’. His cinematic debut occurred six years later, in ‘Garpastum’. He had his Hollywood debut in the 2014 comedy horror ‘Vampire Academy’. In 2018, Kozlovsky released his first directorial venture, sports drama ‘Trener’.