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      '''Vahram Papazian''' or '''Papazyan''' (1888-1968) was a [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] actor who was an ethnic Armenian, mostly known for his Shakespeare acts.{{cite book|last=Sarkisyanz|first=Manuel|title=A modern history of Transcaucasian Armenia: social, cultural, and political|pages=282}}{{cite book|last=Rubin|first=Don|title=The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Asia/Pacific|pages=203|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=maGU4ziPQJQC&pg=PA203&dq=%22Vahram+Papazi an%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=94ajT5vtKsKd6AGq-o0R&ved=0CDQQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=%22Vahram%20Papazi an%22&f=false}} Vahram had done plays in [[Istanbul]], [[Tiflis]], [[Baku]] Armenian theaters, Moscow's [[Maly Theatre (Moscow)|Maly Theatre]] and in France, Italy, Austria, Spain, and Belgium.{{cite book|first=Folger Shakespeare Library, Shakespeare Association of America|title=Shakespeare quarterly: Volume 9|year=1958|pages=391}} Papazian began his career in 1908, where he was regarded as one of the best Armenian actors at the time. Before his death he was known as the leading star in the [[Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan|Sundukyan Academic Theatre]]. The ''Council of National Literature's'' wrote that 'Vahram Papazians [[Othello]] dominated the Armenian stage for more than half a century'.{{cite book|first=Council on National Literatures|title=Quarterly world report: Volumes 2-7|year=1979|pages=6â??9}}
      '''Vahram Papazian''' or '''Papazyan''' (1888-1968) was a [[Soviet Union|Soviet]] actor who was an ethnic Armenian, mostly known for his Shakespeare acts.{{cite book|last=Sarkisyanz|first=Manuel|title=A modern history of Transcaucasian Armenia: social, cultural, and political|pages=282}}{{cite book|last=Rubin|first=Don|title=The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: Asia/Pacific|pages=203|url=http://books.google.com/books?id=maGU4ziPQJQC&pg=PA203&dq=%22Vahram+Papazi an%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=94ajT5vtKsKd6AGq-o0R&ved=0CDQQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=%22Vahram%20Papazi an%22&f=false}} Vahram had done plays in [[Istanbul]], [[Tiflis]], [[Baku]] Armenian theaters, Moscow's [[Maly Theatre (Moscow)|Maly Theatre]] and in France, Italy, Austria, Spain, and Belgium.{{cite book|first=Folger Shakespeare Library, Shakespeare Association of America|title=Shakespeare quarterly: Volume 9|year=1958|pages=391}} Papazian began his career in 1908, where he was regarded as one of the best Armenian actors at the time. Before his death he was known as the leading star in the [[Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan|Sundukyan Academic Theatre]]. The ''Council of National Literature's'' wrote that 'Vahram Papazians [[Othello]] dominated the Armenian stage for more than half a century'.{{cite book|first=Council on National Literatures|title=Quarterly world report: Volumes 2-7|year=1979|pages=6â??9}}


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