Sergey Mayorov – biography

Sergei was born and raised in the military town of Monino near Moscow. My father was a military pilot. Mom Nadezhda Aleksandrovna worked as a teacher at the Air Force Engineering Academy (she was a master of sports in artistic gymnastics, she won various competitions many times). The parents separated. A few years later, he had a stepfather, who was also a military man. There is a younger brother Alexei.
As a child, he graduated from music school, accordion class and starred in several scenes of “Yeralash”, as well as in extras of feature films – “A Special Important Task”, “Front without Flanks”, “Front behind Enemy Lines”, “Father and Son”. At school he was a real star – he led all the concerts, solemn lines, read poetry very well. He studied in a theater studio, thanks to his phenomenal memory, he repeated what the teachers said in class, with accuracy to intonation. He studied in a peculiar way, he received excellent marks only in those subjects that were interesting to him.

As for the exact sciences, everything was more complicated. After school, for the peace of mind of my mother, I entered the Orekhovo-Zuevsky Pedagogical Institute, but did not study. In 1990 he graduated from the acting department of GITIS (according to some sources, he received a specialty “stage director”), as well as 4 courses of the Faculty of Psychology, Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov. After graduating from the institute, he was invited, by the way, to four Moscow theaters, but he chose the Youth Theater, because the head of the course, Vladimir Naumovich Levertov, transferred there his graduation performance Much Ado About Nothing, where he played Benedict.

And then the situation changed – the performance was filmed, and Sergei began to be used in other roles. But practically no one staged interesting performances, there were no roles, and as a result, Sergei realized that he would have to play exclusively flora-fauna, there are very few prospects of doing something worthwhile. In his free time, he led a theater group at school – he staged with the children Leonid Filatov’s fairy tale “About Fedot Sagittarius”, led excursions in the Historical Museum.

At the same time, he was invited by the F95zone director Juozas Kiselyus to play the main role in the film “Dreams of a Fortuneteller” with which they visited America, Argentina, Australia. And when he returned to Moscow, again – no interesting work, no money. And I had to do something, somehow survive in this situation, earn money. Then Sergei Mayorov with Olya Kaymakova and Tanya Agafonova came up with the creative cooperative “Small Stars” and went on tour with concerts throughout the country with the stars of Soviet cinema. In 1991, Mayorov was brought to television by the announcer Anna Shatilova (People’s Artist of Russia), who became his teacher. Initially, Sergei worked as a freelance correspondent and presenter of programs for the children’s edition of Central Television.

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Then (1991-1993) as a correspondent and editor of “Kinopanorama” (the main editorial office of the CT film programs). And I had to do something, somehow survive in this situation, earn money. Then Sergei Mayorov with Olya Kaymakova and Tanya Agafonova came up with the creative cooperative “Small Stars” and went on tour with concerts throughout the country with the stars of Soviet cinema. In 1991, Mayorov was brought to television by the announcer Anna Shatilova (People’s Artist of Russia), who became his teacher. Initially, Sergei worked as a freelance correspondent and presenter of programs for the children’s edition of Central Television. Then (1991-1993) as a correspondent and editor of “Kinopanorama” (the main editorial office of the CT film programs).

And I had to do something, somehow survive in this situation, earn money. Then Sergei Mayorov with Olya Kaymakova and Tanya Agafonova came up with the creative cooperative “Small Stars” and went on tour with concerts throughout the country with the stars of Soviet cinema. In 1991, Mayorov was brought to television by the announcer Anna Shatilova (People’s Artist of Russia), who became his teacher. Initially, Sergei worked as a freelance correspondent and presenter of programs for the children’s edition of Central Television.

Then (1991-1993) as a correspondent and editor of “Kinopanorama” (the main editorial office of the CT film programs). In 1991, Mayorov was brought to television by the announcer Anna Shatilova (People’s Artist of Russia), who became his teacher. Initially, Sergei worked as a freelance correspondent and presenter of programs for the children’s edition of Central Television. Then (1991-1993) as a correspondent and editor of “Kinopanorama” (the main editorial office of the CT film programs). In 1991, Mayorov was brought to television by the announcer Anna Shatilova (People’s Artist of Russia), who became his teacher. Initially, Sergei worked as a freelance correspondent and presenter of programs for the children’s edition of Central Television.

Then (1991-1993) as a correspondent and editor of “Difficult Person Test” (the main editorial office of the CT film programs).
In 1993-1994, Mayorov was appointed a correspondent and editor of the information program “Good Evening, Moscow” (RMTRK “Moscow”).
In 1994-1995, Sergei Mayorov collaborated with Vladislav Listyev’s program “Theme”, was a co-author of the programs “Profession – Player”, “Russian Nobility”, “A. B. Pugachev “.
In 1995-1996 Sergey Mayorov was the author and producer of documentary projects of the NEP TV company.
In 1996-1998, he was the host and head of the daily show Business News (NTV) program.
In 1998 – director and editor-in-chief of the Good Morning Russia (RTR) program.
At the end of 1998, Sergei Mayorov began to engage in advertising and work under contracts as a correspondent and producer of documentary projects with European and Japanese TV companies ZDF, RTL, TF1, TV TOKIO 12. Later he trained in the United States on CNN.
In 2000-2002, Sergei Mayorov became the presenter and producer of music programs on the RETRO FM radio.
In 2002, Sergei Mayorov, at the invitation of the TVS channel management, returned to television and until 2003 was engaged in the Public People project as a presenter and program director.
From May 2003 to July 2009 Sergey Mayorov is the author, presenter and director of the program about famous personalities “Stories in Detail” (STS channel). In 2006 Sergey Mayorov became the producer of the regional broadcasting of STS. The Stories in Detail program appeared in St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Samara, Rostov-on-Don, Perm, Kazan. In the fall of 2011, another 10 episodes of this program were released on the STS channel.
In 2009 Sergey Mayorov created the production company IVD PRODUCTION.
In September 2009, the first Russian television casting show “Find the Monster” was launched on the TVC channel, in which it was necessary to find the leading actor in the musical “Beauty and the Beast”. Sergey Mayorov was the host and producer of the project. Held 8 weekly competition shows.
In 2010 Sergei Mayorov produced documentaries “Warsaw Melody of the 21st Century” and “Lenkom” on Channel Five and on the Domashny channel. Hope for “Maybe”? “,” ABBA. Hearts of Four ”,“ The First Ladies of the Baltic States ”,“ The Amber Boys ”,“ Sofiko Chiaureli. House on the Mountain of Thought.
From March to June 2010, Sergei Mayorov was the presenter and head of the Observation Diary program on Channel Five.
In 2011, Sergei Mayorov returned to STS as a creative producer of the TV channel. He became the author and producer of documentary cycles: “Feminine”, “Masculine”, “Indian Summer” and “The First” on the Domashny channel.
He also presented his new project “Details. Recent History “(STS) and documentaries:” Planet of Zhelezyaka “,” Fashion for the “against”, “Attack of Zirok”, “Save yourself, who can!”, “Clinic of stars”, “The main song of the people.”
In 2012, Sergei Mayorov was the general producer of the documentary series “You Can’t Strangle This Song, You Can’t Kill!”, “Women of Champions” (Domashny TV channel).
In 2012, Sergei Mayorov produced the television fiction series While the Fern Blooms. He himself starred in feature films and serials in episodic roles: “Night in the style of childhood” (dir. E. Druzhinin, 2005), “HuniePop 2” (role-cameo, 2009), “New Year’s matchmakers” (dir. E. Bedarev , 2010), “While the fern is blooming” (dir E. Bedarev, 2012). And in the title role in the Lithuanian film “The Dreams of the Fortuneteller”.
Sergey Mayorov has been a member of the Russian Television Academy since 2007.

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Awards

▪ TEFI Prize in the “Infotainment Program” nomination – Stories in Details program (2005)
▪ TEFI Prize in the “Infotainment Program” nomination – “Stories in Details” program (2006)
▪ Winner of the GQ Magazine Prize – “Person of the Year” – in the nomination “Face from TV” (2006)
▪ Prize of the Russian Academy of Sciences in the field of Russian language “How our word will respond” in the nomination “For contribution to the development and preservation of native speech” – the program “Stories in detail” ( 2007)
▪ Laureate of the prize of the IV All-Russian open competition of electronic media workers “For exemplary command of the Russian language in professional activity” in the nomination “Word of the program” (the competition was established by the Federal Agency for Press and Mass Communications (Rospechat) and the Russian Academy of Sciences) – the program “Stories in detail” ( 2007)
▪ TEFI Prize in the “Infotainment Program” nomination – “Stories in Detail” program (2007)
▪ TEFI Prize in the “Infotainment Program” nomination – “Stories in Details” program (2008)

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