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Rudolf Nureyev
Birthday: March 17, 1938

Birth Place: Irkutsk, Russia, Soviet Union. [now Russia]
Height: 0' 0"

Below is a complete filmography (list of movies he's appeared in) for Rudolf Nureyev. If you have any corrections or additions, please email us at corrections@actorsofhollywood.com. We'd also be interested in any trivia or other information you have.



Matchless Russian ballet dancer Rudolph Nureyev had a passing relationship with films as early as 1958, when as a member of the Kirov Ballet (later the Saint Petersburg Ballet), he was prominently featured in the Soviet short subject Le Corsaire. After his defection to the West in 1961, Nureyev confined his activities to the ballet stage, most often in collaboration with longtime partner Margot Fonteyn. Fortunately, there are several filmed records of Nureyev at work, even though they make no great cinematic breakthroughs: An Evening With the Royal Ballet (1963), Romeo and Juliet (1966), Swan Lake (1967), Sleeping Beauty (1970), and Don Quixote (1973). Nureyev's best film work, both in terms of ballet and in showing his nonperforming "human" side, was the 1973 documentary I Am a Dancer. He also contributed a brace of dramatic performances, first in Ken Russell's Valentino (1973) (his Rudolph Valentino was far more blatantly erotic, and a lot nuder, than the genuine article), then in 1983's Exposed, in which Nureyev, in the role of a musician, has a mind-boggling scene in which he "plays" Nastassja Kinski's body like a violin. Even more curious was Rudolph Nureyev's onscreen credit as choreographer for the low-budget adventure film The Invincible Six (1968); it's not exactly clear whether he choreographed the flying bullets or the spurting bloodpacks.

Movie Credits
Exposed (1983)
[ Harvey Keitel ][ Ian McShane ][ James Russo ]
Romeo e Giulietta (1982)
Valentino (1977)
[ John Ratzenberger ][ Seymour Cassel ][ Bill McKinney ]
Don Quixote (1973)
The Special London Bridge Special (1972)
[ Charlton Heston ][ Kirk Douglas ][ Elliott Gould ][ Michael Landon ][ John Lennon ]
Nijinsky (1970)
The Nutcracker (1968)
Schwanensee (1967)
Romeo and Juliet (1966)


  • Was actually a closeted homosexual at a time when it was considered immoral and even illegal. His repression of his true nature forced him to keep his relationships shrouded in secrecy and made him a very hostile and angry man. He remained closeted all the way to his death.
  • Was not even thirty when he was being touted as "the greatest living male dancer."
  • He kept every single pair of ballet slippers he had ever owned. It was rumored that it was because he was superstitious, when in fact, it was merely sentimental value.
  • Initially, the producers of "The Muppet Show" (1976) had such difficulty casting guest stars that they had to call upon all their personal friends in the entertainment industry for help. This changed dramatically after Nureyev's guest appearance. The publicity of a renowned ballet dancer appearing on such a bizarre show created such positive publicity that the show became popular and soon celebrities were lining up to appear on the show.

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