Yerbolat Bedelkhan is a well-known actor and soloist of ORDA VIA in Kazakhstan and abroad. He is a clip maker and producer of the band Ninety One.
Yerbolat spent his childhood in a family of professional musicians. At the age of 11, he moved to Kazakhstan with his parents and two brothers. His love for art manifested itself in the fact that he created the choreographic group "Zhas Kanat", which won the Shabyt contest in the category "Best Modern Choreography".
Since 2000 he started working in the vocal and dance troupe of the satire theatre "Bauyrzhan Show". A year later he wrote his first hit "Keshmeni", from which the history of the group "The Horde" started. In 2003 the song clip blew up the hit parade and for 4 weeks kept on the top line, and the song "Don't leave" in 2007 was the winner of the hit parade of the Moscow radio station "Europe Plus".
Since 2015, it has been producing the "Ninety One" boy band. He took part in the shooting of a film about the work of this group.
As a director, he made his debut in the film "Forbidden Dances". And in 2017 he shot the television series "Kagaz Keme" ("Paper Boat").
Yerbolat married to Assyl, ex-soloist of the women's group "Dauys International". Raises three children: two daughters and a son.
On his mother's side, he considers himself a descendant of Genghis Khan.
He has a nickname "kereit", which means "raven" from Mongolian to Russian.
He is a Knight of the Order "Calorie Wrestler" - he is fond of weightlifting, swimming and running on rough terrain.
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