Ivan Petrovich Ryzhov (Russian: Ива́н Петро́вич Рыжо́в; January 25, 1913, Moscow Province — March 15, 2004, Moscow) was a Soviet and Russian film and theater actor. People's Artist of the RSFSR (1980).
Ryzhov was born on January 25, 1913 in the village of Green Sloboda, Moscow province (now Ramensky District). In 1935, he graduated from the School of the Moscow Theater of the Revolution and became an actor of the theater.
He made his film debut in the role of Captain Soroka in the Kubans.
Ivan Ryzhov died the morning of 15 March 2004 in a Moscow hospital. According to his daughter, it happened due to negligence of the medical staff: the actor had fallen and cut his hand. The funeral service took place not in the House of Cinema, as has happened with other famous actors, and in a small temple at Botkin Hospital, where he had died. The memorial was attended by relatives and artists.
He was buried at Perepechinskoe Cemetery.
- 1943 — We from the Urals as Ivan Dmitrievich
- 1944 — Kashchey the Deathless as naughty boy
- 1947 — Ballad of Siberia as on duty at the airport and lumberjacks
- 1953 — Hostile Whirlwinds as soldier
- 1956 — Ilya Muromets as head of horse guards
- 1956 — A Weary Road as gendarme
- 1957 — It Happened in Penkovo as farmer
- 1958 — And Quiet Flows the Don as head of horse guards
- 1959 — Mumu as Gavrila
- 1959 — Tavriya as Mokeich
- 1964 — Come Here, Mukhtar! as militia captain
- 1964 — There Is Such a Lad as head of tank farms
- 1964 — A Tale of Lost Times as foreman at a construction site
- 1967 — Stewardess as passengers with baby toys
- 1970 — Crime and Punishment as Tit Vasilievich
- 1972 — Taming of the Fire as Alekseich
- 1972 — Big School-Break as head of the police station
- 1972 — As Ilf and Petrov rode a tram as Chief Editor
- 1972 — Chipollino as Master Raisin (vote)
- 1973 — Hopelessly Lost as Boggs
- 1973 — The Red Snowball Tree as Fyodor
- 1973 — Incorrigible Liar as senior master
- 1974 — A Lover's Romance as Vasily Vasilievich
- 1976 — How Czar Peter the Great Married Off His Moor as Gavrilo Afanasievich Rtishchev
- 1976 — The Days of the Turbins as footman Fyodor
- 1977 — White Bim Black Ear as Pal Titych, house manager
- 1983 — Quarantine as Petrovich
- 1988 — Yolki-palki as granddad
- 1994 — Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin as Shapkin
- 1995 — Heads and Tails as Timofeich
- Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of 25 December 1995 No. 553-RP on encouraging the Union of Russian filmmakers and leading masters of Russian cinema
- Простой русский талант. Драма любимого артиста Шукшина Ивана Рыжова.
- Указ Президента Союза Советских Социалистических Республик № УП—1880 от 30 апреля 1991 года «О награждении тов. Рыжова И. П. орденом Трудового Красного Знамени»