Olegar Fedoro is a Ukrainian-born former Soviet performer who later became a Spanish and then English actor.
He started with a work for Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker. He is perhaps best known for his roles:
Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the Canadian TV series Russia based on Peter Ustinov book
Jesuit Priest Tebaldo in Moroccan-Spanish film The Battle of the Three Kings
Muhammed XIII, penultimate King of Granada and uncle to Boabdil, in Spanish TV series Requiem for Granada
Mad storyteller in Jonathan Glazer’s Karmacoma by Massive Attack, where he keeps mumbling in a dazed manner: "I am... a dangerous... person"
Adolf Hitler in Simon Brasse's Sanhedrin
Jack the Ripper in The Notebooks of Cornelius Crow
Tasha's Father in Jan Dunn Dogme film Gypo
Christopher Columbus in History Channel's Columbus: The Lost Voyage
The Tattooist in David Cronenberg's film Eastern Promises, where he was also the Ukrainian-Russian Dialect Coach to Viggo Mortensen in his 2008 Oscar-nominated role.
The Father in Madonna's directorial debut Filth and Wisdom
Andrei Ivanov in Pedro Touceda road movie Polillas