The All-Russian Musketeer, Mikhail Boyarsky, was a very disobedient boy in his childhood.
Mikhail Boyarsky was born in 1949 into a family of actors. The person who played a significant role in his future professional career was his grandmother, an actress.
The actor’s parents served at the V.F. Komissarzhevskaya Theater. Boyarsky was surrounded by creative people from an early age. The boy was spoiled in the family, but he didn’t bring much joy to his parents.
To say that Boyarsky was an exemplary child would be a gross exaggeration.
Young Boyarsky loved to wave swords and sabers.
After his role as d’Artagnan in the legendary film “d’Artagnan and the Three Musketeers,” the artist was simply engulfed in a wave of success and universal adoration.
Women from the post-Soviet countries went crazy over the hero.
But only one woman managed to win the Musketeer’s heart, actress Larisa Luppian.
His wife always waited for her beloved at home and remained faithful to him.