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We have not seen reports of the actors themselves, confirming the relationship.Both Poots and Yelchin starred in two movies together – Currently, there are no reports of an official dating relationship and there have also been rumors that Yelchin was gay.American actor Anton Viktorovich Yelchin, most recognized for his portrayal of Pavel Chekov in 2009's Star Trek, 2013's Star Trek: Into Darkness and the forthcoming Star Trek: Beyond died yesterday June 19th, 2016 after being in a "freak accident" in which the young star was pinned between his car and the security gate to his home in Studio City, California, he died later the same day. Born March 11th, 1989 in Leningrad, Soviet Union (now St.Petersberg, Russia) Anton and his Jewish parents Figure Skaters Irina Korina and Viktor Yelchin moved to the United States when Anton was six months old as refugees from religious and political oppression from Stalin's soviet authorities.
His role as Jacob Clarke in the Steven Spielberg miniseries Taken was significant in furthering his career as a child actor. He later appeared on the television series Huff and starred in the films Terminator Salvation (2009), Charlie Bartlett (2007), Fright Night (2011), Like Crazy (2011) and Only Lovers Left Alive (2013).Birth Name: Anton Viktorovich Yelchin Date of Birth: March 11, 1989 Place of Birth: Leningrad, Russian SFSR, USSR (now Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation) Date of Death: June 19, 2016 Place of Death: Studio City, California, U. Ethnicity: Ashkenazi Jewish Anton Yelchin was an American actor. He was born in Leningrad, USSR (now Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation), to Viktor Yelchin and Irina Korina, pair figure skaters. Anton’s paternal grandparents are Aron/Aaron/Arcady Isaac Yelchin and Yelena Jacob.His parents are both Jewish, and Anton sometimes wore a Star of David and an Israeli pendant. Anton’s paternal grandfather was captain of the Red Army Soccer Club in 1945.There are two things at work here, history and genetics.
The history of Eastern European Jews, Ashkenazi Jews, has not been very pleasant.
That’s not to say it’s all you are, but it is a part.