On-screen character Dimitri Diatchenko, most popular as Uri on “Chernobyl Diaries,” was discovered dead in his Florida home this week. He was 52.
The reason for death has not been resolved, however doesn’t seem to have been coronavirus-related, nor do police smell a rat.
“Advancing post-mortem results, it gave off an impression of being either a coronary failure or identified with being stunned by 220v of power while hands on the week earlier,” said a press articulation sent to UPI.
It was not promptly clear what Diatchenko was really going after when he was shocked.
Colleagues told police Diatchenko had been recouping from the injury since April 13 at his home in Daytona Beach.Companions mentioned a health check when they hadn’t got notification from him for a few days.
As per a police report, police entered the on-screen character’s home and discovered him lethargic.
It isn’t clear what Diatchenko was really going after when he was harmed.
Dimitri Diatchenko went to Newton North High School in Newton, Massachusetts and later Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. There he was a grant music understudy, studied old style guitar and got the Bachelor of Music. In the wake of moving to Florida State University in Tallahassee, Dimitri Diatchenko proceeded with his acting and music concentrates in the Masters program.In April 1996, as Dimitri Diatchenko was graduating with his graduate degree from Florida State University, (he got the Master of Music from the college), he was cast in Ridley Scott’s 1997 activity film G.I.
Jane and handled a little job as learner; following this, Dimitri Diatchenko moved to Los Angeles to seek after his acting profession further. In Los Angeles, he additionally showed guitar secretly and performed normally as a soloist and troupe player.Dimitri Diatchenko’s acting vocation started in the late 1990s, as he showed up on a few TV arrangement during this time. Subsequent to showing up on the activity TV arrangement Alias, a portion of his most notable jobs to date came in 2008, as he showed up in the films Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and Get Smart. For his exhibition as Ukrainian visit manage Yuri in the genuine film Chernobyl Diaries, Diatchenko got great surveys from some film critics.
In 2014 Diatchenko stood out as truly newsworthy when he was captured and accused of murdering and eating his ex’s pet bunny and taking steps to do likewise to her.He argued no challenge and was condemned to three years probation.