The actor appeared in the movies Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Defiance.
Ravil Isyanov who is best-known for his roles in “The Americans” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” died at his Los Angeles home on September 29 in the wake of fighting malignancy. His passing was affirmed by his long-time agent Tanya Kleckner and manager Frederick Levy.
“He was a true gentleman and worked up until [his] passing. I’ve worked with him for 20 years and we became firm friends. He will be sorely missed. We are all heartbroken by this tragic loss, a beautiful soul gone way too soon,” Kleckner composed.
“Even while battling this awful disease, Ravil remained brave and resilient, bringing his best to the set and working up to the very end,” Levy then, said in an assertion to EW. “He will be dearly missed.”
His manager additionally added that the actor gave producers a heads up about his declining health as he recalls, “He knew that his future looked bleak because of the cancer and he let producers know, and if they wanted to write him off, they might want to do it, soon…”
“I just thought it was really sweet that they were able to give him a proper send off.”
Ravil Isyanov is a Russian actor who appeared in over 70 film and television roles, primarily in the United States. He also made notable film appearances in the Nicolas Roeg-directed Two Deaths and the James Bond film GoldenEye, both in 1995.