Occupation: Director of Psychiatric Hospital
Properly attends to the many who fall under his care while the devil incarnate roams 1920s Russia wreaking havoc with his posse. A man of exceptional intelligence and logic who firmly disapproves of the word “mad” being used within the clinic. Convinces Ivan that rest within said clinic would be more beneficial than running to the police in his undershorts claiming that he met a man at Patriarch Ponds who caused Berlioz to lose his head and knew Pontius Pilate. Cures the entire Theatrical Commission of mass hypnosis when they were brought to the clinic singing “Song of the Volga Boatman”.
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