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Zhora Arutyunyan Net Worth

Zhora Arutyunyan Net Worth is
$4 Million

Zhora Arutyunyan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Zhora (Gevorg) Saghateli Harutyunyan (Armenian: Ժորա Հարությունյան; September 7, 1928, Yerevan – January 10, 2002) was an Armenian writer and playwright, awarded by the Renowned activist of arts of Armenia official title, the State Prize of Armenia, "Gabriel Sundukian" and "Artavazd" Prizes. Vardan Ajemian was his first supporter as a theater activist. Harutyunyan is an author of many comedies and plays, which were staged in Armenia and abroad. He headed the Playwright's Union of Armenia. Since 1965 he directed the Armenian branch of the USSR Literary Fund. A member of Writers Union of Armenia committee.In 1946, he graduated from Yerevan Medical College. In 1962 he finished the Yerevan Medical Institute. In 1950-1965 he worked at different medical institutions of Yerevan. In 1964 was appointed Chief Doctor at USSR Literary Fund Armenian Branch Polyclinics. In 1965 he was appointed USSR Literary Fund Armenian Branch Director and left the medical area forever. He was on this position up to 1965. Zhora Harutyunyan was also Writers Union of Armenia committee member. Vardan Ajemian was his first supporter as a theater activist. Harutyunyan is an author of many comedies and plays, which were staged in Armenia and abroad. Zhora Harutyunyan’s works were translated into different languages. Zhora Harutyunyan’s filmography:1955 - Golden Bull Calf 1964 - Lipstick #4 1969 - Panos the Clumsy 1972 – Monument 1975 - A Bride from the North 1980 - The Big Win 1983 - The Fire 1987 - A Drugstore on the CrossroadsZhora Harutyunyan is the author of many famous plays: “Patient #199”, “In the world of flowers”, “Heart Disease”, “Ghazar goes to War”, “Fortunate People”, “Crossroad”, “Your Final Destination”, “It was Sunny June”, “In Our Age” and many others. His plays have been stages in different countries of former USSR and Europe, such as South Caucasus, Central Asia, Russia, Hungary and Bulgaria.In autumn of 2008 on the occasion of his 80th anniversary of birth Zhora Harutyunyan’s last play “Mr. Shmo and Friends” (the scenic title was “Who are they?”) was staged by the People’s Artist Yervand Ghazanchyan at the Musical Comedy Theater after H. Paronyan.A number of researches are devoted to Zhora Harutyunyan’s life and activities. One of them is “The Knight of the Humor” (Yerevan, 1999); written by NAS RA Academician Sevak Arzumanyan, as well as outstanding playwright Zhirayr Ananyan’s analytical work “Gevorg Harutyunyan” (Yerevan, 1981) and Candidate of Literary Criticism Vachagan Grigoryan’s “Dramaturgy of Gevorg Harutyunyan” (Yerevan, 2006).In 2003, on the occasion of Zhora Harutyunyan’s 75th anniversary of birth the compilation of Zhora Harutyunyan’s previously unreleased works was published by his daughter Gayane Harutyunyan.In 2005, Gayane Harutyunyan initiated the publication of another commemorative anthology “You came, surprised Us All and Leaved Us”. He the reader can find the memoirs of his famous contemporaries about him, who represent the world of art and literature.
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Date Of BirthSeptember 7, 1928, Armenia
DiedJanuary 10, 2002, Yerevan, Armenia
ProfessionWriter
MoviesPanos, the Clumsy

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Khachmeruki deghatune1988writer
Hrdeh1984as Zhora Harutyunyan
Khoshor shahum1981as Zhora Harutyunyan
Harsnatsun hyusisits1975TV Movie as Zhora Harutyunyan
Dzakhord Panose1969TV Short
Voske tslik1955Short as Zhora Harutyunyan

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