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 Anton Yelchin

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Original Name
Anton Viktorovich Yelchin
Birth
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg Federal City, Russia
Death
19 Jun 2016 (aged 27)
Studio City, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Plot
Section 8 (Garden of Legends), Lot 8485, Grave 5
Memorial ID
165328151 View Source

Actor. Born the only child of professional figure skaters, Irina Korina and Viktor Yelchin, in Leningrad, USSR. The family immigrated to the United States while he was still an infant. He grew up in Los Angeles, and attended Tarzana’s Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies, And the University of Southern California. He made his acting debut at age 9 in the film “A Man is Mostly Water,” his breakout role, however, came in 2001 as Bobby Garfield in “Hearts in Atlantis,” for which he won Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actor at the Young Artist Awards. In 2006, he appeared in “Alpha Dog,” followed by “Charlie Bartlett.” In 2009 he played a young Kyle Reese in “Terminator Salvation,” and perhaps his most recognized role, Ensign Pavel Chekov, in the reboot of “Star Trek.” He then appeared in “Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac” (2010), and another nine projects in 2011, including the remake of “Fright Night.” As demand for him grew, he followed those performances with voice part for "The Smurfs," “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Odd Thomas,” and "Only Lovers Left Alive" in 2013. He appeared in another four films released in 2014 including “Cymbeline,” and six projects in 2015 including “The Green Room.” At the time of his death in an auto accident, another five of his films were in post-production including, “Star Trek Beyond.” Filming on “Thoroughbred,” his last film, had wrapped two weeks before his death.

Actor. Born the only child of professional figure skaters, Irina Korina and Viktor Yelchin, in Leningrad, USSR. The family immigrated to the United States while he was still an infant. He grew up in Los Angeles, and attended Tarzana’s Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies, And the University of Southern California. He made his acting debut at age 9 in the film “A Man is Mostly Water,” his breakout role, however, came in 2001 as Bobby Garfield in “Hearts in Atlantis,” for which he won Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actor at the Young Artist Awards. In 2006, he appeared in “Alpha Dog,” followed by “Charlie Bartlett.” In 2009 he played a young Kyle Reese in “Terminator Salvation,” and perhaps his most recognized role, Ensign Pavel Chekov, in the reboot of “Star Trek.” He then appeared in “Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac” (2010), and another nine projects in 2011, including the remake of “Fright Night.” As demand for him grew, he followed those performances with voice part for "The Smurfs," “Star Trek Into Darkness,” “Odd Thomas,” and "Only Lovers Left Alive" in 2013. He appeared in another four films released in 2014 including “Cymbeline,” and six projects in 2015 including “The Green Room.” At the time of his death in an auto accident, another five of his films were in post-production including, “Star Trek Beyond.” Filming on “Thoroughbred,” his last film, had wrapped two weeks before his death.

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  • Maintained by: Find a Grave
  • Originally Created by: Remember the beyond
  • Added: 19 Jun 2016
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 165328151
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/165328151/anton-yelchin: accessed ), memorial page for Anton Yelchin (11 Mar 1989–19 Jun 2016), Find a Grave Memorial ID 165328151, citing Hollywood Forever, Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California, USA; Maintained by Find a Grave .