Pavel Valerievich Priluchny (Russian: Павел Вале́рьевич Прилучный; born 5 November 1987) is a Russian actor of theater and cinema, TV host, best known for his roles in the television series Silver Spoon and The Life and Adventures of Mishka Yaponchik
Pavel Priluchny was born in Chimkent, Chimkent Oblast, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union (now Kazakhstan). His mother was a choreographer and his father a boxing trainer. Pavel spent his childhood and teenage years doing choreography and boxing. He studied at a theater school in Novosibirsk, and performed at the youth theater "Globus".
Pavel moved to Moscow when he was seventeen. He entered the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts, but because of a mistake in the paper work, his name was not on the list of the candidates. Instead of waiting for the mix-up to be corrected, he decided to enter the Moscow Art Theater School (course of Konstantin Raikin. He studied there for only two years. Priluchny later finished his education in 2010 at GITIS (course of Sergei Golomazov).