|Name:||Andrew Daniel Divoff|
|Birthplace:||San Tome, Venezuela, South America|
|Birthdate:||July 2, 1955|
|Films appeared in:||The Hunt for Red October|
Air Force One
Killers in the House
Walker, Texas Ranger
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
|Role:||Andrei Almaric (The Hunt for Red October)|
Luis Cali (Toy Soldiers)
Christopher Winfield (Interceptor)
Boris Bazylev (Air Force One)
Delaney Breckett (Killers in the House)
Robert Menendez (Stealth Fighter)
Alberto Cardoza (Walker, Texas Ranger)
The Major (The Unit)
Ivan Sarnoff (CSI: Miami)
Colonel Lev Kravchenko (Call of Duty: Black Ops II videogame)
Kerikar / Karakurt (The Blacklist)
Andrew Divoff (born July 2, 1955) is a Venezuelan-Russian character actor who is perhaps best known for his roles in Horror and Action movies where he often portrays villains of either Hispanic or Russian ethnicity.
Divoff has appeared in a wide range of films, not to mention six Die Hard scenario films which include: Toy Soldiers as the villain Luis Cali, in Interceptor as the protagonist Christopher Winfield, in Air Force One as supporting henchman Boris Bazylev and in the 1997 Albert Pyun film Blast as the main antagonist Omodo.
Divoff is perhaps best known for playing the villainous Djinn character in the first two installments of the Wishmaster horror franchise while having supporting roles in movies such as Graveyard Shift (with Brad Dourif), Another 48 Hours (with Eddie Murphy), A Low Down Dirty Shame (with Sven-Ole Thorsen, Henry Kingi and Thomas Rosales Jr.), Deadly Voyage, Faust, Lockdown (with Richard T. Jones), Blue Hill Avenue and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (also with Harrison Ford). Divoff has also appeared in various B-movies by Albert Pyun. In 2011, he appeared in the indie comedy Slip & Fall, co-starring William Forsythe. In 2014, he appeared with series lead Danny Trejo in Bad Asses, the sequel to 2012's Bad Ass.
Divoff has appeared in video games like Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 and the Call of Duty: Black Ops series. Divoff had recurring roles on TV shows like "LOST" and "CSI: Miami" in addition to guest-starring (sometimes multiple times as different characters on the same show) on "Nikita", "Martial Law", "The A-Team", "The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." (with Bruce Campbell), "Highlander", "Conan the Adventurer", "Nash Bridges", "Law & Order: Special Victim's Unit" (with Ice-T), "Walker, Texas Ranger", "JAG" (with Catherine Bell), "Alias", "Burn Notice", "The Unit" and "The Good Guys".