Yuri Sardarov Biography
Yuri Sardarov (Yuriy Sardarov) is an American actor and producer. He is one of the youngest and famous movie stars in Hollywood. He is famously known his extensive work in the theater. He started his career in the year 2012.
He has starred on NBC’s Chicago Fire. The series has helped to catapult his star to fame. He has become widely acclaimed for his lead role in this movie. He began acting featuring in this movie in October 2012. He is also the executive producer for Apex.
He attended Glenbrook North High School, near Chicago, starting his junior year. He graduated in 2006. He is an alumni of the University of Michigan. He graduated with a BFA in Theatre Performance from the school of Music, Theatre & Dance.
His debut in the career field was as a producer. He mostly produced short films at the beginning of his career. Some of his earlier works short movies include; “Agoraphobia at 2530 Brian Dr.” in 2008 and “Dupe” I the same year.
Yuri Sardarov Age
Yuri was born in Northbrook, Illinois, United States of America. He was born on 28th January 1988. He is 31 years old as of 2019.
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Yuri Sardarov Height
The 31-year-old actor has a height of 5 feet 9 inches. That is approximately 1.75 meters. His body weight is not yet recorded. He has a well-proportioned body. He also possesses dark eyes and dark hairs.
Yuri Sardarov Net Worth
For the few years he has been in the acting business, Yuri has made a lot. That is in terms of wealth, experience and exposure. His frequent appearance on television series and movies has helped him become quite wealthy. He has also produced for more than a decade.
All these efforts are enough to earn him a luxurious lifestyle. His net worth is currently under review though. It is however estimated that he has a net worth of $1 million.
Yuri Sardarov Family
Yuri was born in Azerbaijan SSR, the Soviet Union in Russia. He was born to a Russian-speaking family. The family moved to the United States of America while he was two years old. The names of his father and mother have not been documented.
However his mother is an Armenian. His father is a Georgian. As a result of this, Yuri Sardarov is deemed to be half-Georgian, half-Armenian. In one of his tweets, he says that he can still Russian, though with an accent. This accent is attributed to his long stay in the United States of America and the fact that he left Russia at the age of only two years.
Yuri Sardarov Dating
Yuri is a handsome young man. Every girl would die to date him. However, the bad news is that he is dating. But don’t give up yet, he is not married. You can still have a chance if you play your cards well. hahaha. Yuri has been dating Brittany Zimmermann for the past four years since 2015.
They have however maintained low key about their dating life and we are not sure what is happening in their relationship currently. From the look of things however, it could be a serious relationship. Especially because they attended the premiere party for NBC’s Chicago Fire in Chicago Illinois. We wish them happiness.
Yuri Sardarov Movies And TV Shows | Series For Yuri Sardarov
|2011||The Ides of March||Mike|
|2013||Apex||Phillip||Also executive producer|
|2014||Chicago P.D.||Otis||Minor role|
|2012–present||Chicago Fire||Otis||Main role|
|2011||S.W.A.T.: Firefight||Bulgarian Man/Mr. Krav|
|2010||Student Housing: Zombie Edition||Counselor|
|2008||Agoraphobia at 2530 Brian Dr.||Me|
Yuri Sardarov Leaving Chicago Fire
Yuri Seems like he is not leaving chicago fire any time soon.
Yuri Sardarov Weight Loss
After a comment from one of his fans by the name Tina, Yuri has come out to talk about his weight loss. There is however no documented evidence that Yuri has experienced weight loss. Tina had commented on his twitter handle that Yuri had lost some weight.
However in one interview Yuri said that he gained a lot of weight while acting Chicago. In the first episode, he claims, it was all food and food throughout the episode. He however said that he involved himself in boxing to try to lose some weight.
“There’s this area on set with all kinds of food. During the first season, I must’ve gained 20 pounds. So I pushed myself this summer with a little boxing in LA. Now, I stay as far away from it as possible and eat my vegetables.” he says.
Yuri Sardarov Interview
Q: What was it like spending a day with the Denver Fire Department?
Yuri Sardarov: “These guys really know what they’re doing. They’re the real deal. And the inside of their truck is a lot prettier than the inside of our truck.”
Q: What’s the most impactful thing about firefighting you’ve learned through being on the show?
Yuri Sardarov: “They’re an integral part of every city and I think they get the short end of the stick every now and again. But, when there’s a serious issue, like an elevator rescue, they’re really the only guys who are trained to do what they do.”
Q: How many firefighters have you met in the course of the show?
Yuri Sardarov: “Oh, hundreds maybe. Every extra you see on the show, in the background, they’re all actual firefighters.”
Q: What kind of training did you go through for the show?
Yuri Sardarov: “We went though the academy in Chicago. On our first day we did stuff guys do right before they graduate […] They put you down on a couch, you can’t see, you’re trying to breathe through the apparatus, everything’s constricted. You have a button you press if it’s a serious emergency. There was all of us actors sitting in a row, and everyone is looking at each other to see who’s going to be the first person to press the button. Right before anyone broke they took us out. So, we do pretty much everything the right way.”
Q: What is the chemistry like between the cast on and off the set?
Yuri Sardarov: “We definitely bust each other around a lot, and I think we definitely get that from the other firefighters.”
Q: What’s on the horizon for Otis this season?
Yuri Sardarov: ‘”Otis is dealing with his best friend [Joe] Cruz being transferred to squad. So there’s a little bit of tension there. And then Otis actually finds some love… in house. So we’ll have to see where that goes, I’m fairly certain that will not end well for me.”