HENRY LION OLDIE means DMITRY GROMOV and OLEG LADYZHENSKY
Dmitry Gromov and Oleg Ladyzhensky write under the joint penname: HENRY LION OLDIE.
More than 1.500.000 copies of Oldie's books were sold up to December 2013.
Oleg Ladyzhensky was born on 23.03.1963 in Kharkov, Ukraine. In 1980 he enrolled in the Kharkov Institute of Culture as a student of the Theatre Production Department and was graduated from there in 1984. Oleg married the same year. His daughter was born in 1985.
From 1984 to 1999 Oleg Ladyzhensky worked as a stage director. He organized more than a dozen performances.
Oleg Ladyzhensky has a Black Belt of the 2nd Dan (degree) in Goju Ryu Karate-do. He is the Chief Instructor of Goju Ryu Karate school in Kharkov and a full-contact Karate referee, Ukraine.
At present time Oleg is a professional writer.
Since 1990 he writes Science Fiction & Fantasy stories and novels in co-authorship with Dmitry Gromov.
In 1991 they published their first story "Happiness in the Written Form" in Russia.
Oleg enjoys jazz music.
Dmitry Gromov was born on 30.03.1963 in Simferopol, Ukraine. In 1969 his family moved to Sevastopol and in 1974 to Kharkov, Ukraine, where Dmitry lives now.
In 1980 Dmitriy enrolled the Kharkov Polytechnic Institute as a student of the Inorganic Chemistry Department and graduated from there in 1986. Dmitriy worked as a chemist at the Scientific-Research Institute of Chemistry in Kharkov.
Dmitry Gromov married in 1989. His son was born the same year.
Since 1988 to 1991 Dmitry obtained his MS in Sciences.
Since 1992 to 1994 he worked as an editor.
At present time his occupation is a professional writer.
Since 1976 Dmitry Gromov writes Science Fiction & Fantasy. His short story "The Co-ordinates of Death" was published in 1991, Ukraine.
Since 1990 Dmitry Gromov and Oleg Ladyzhensky write in co-authorship.
Dmitry has a Black Belt of the 1st Dan (degree) in Goju Ryu Karate-do.
Dmitry enjoys hard rock music ("Deep Purple" especially).
At “EuroCon-2006” International European SF & Fantasy Convention H. L. Oldie got a title of The Best European SF & Fantasy Writer of 2006, which was voted on by representatives of 22 European countries!
From 1991 to 2013 Oldie had published more than 200 books, including reprints and translations, or more than 50 original books (first prints); and some anthologies. More than 30 novels, 14 novelettes and more than 70 short stories were published up until now.