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Rostom Chkheidze was born on 1 April, 1959 in Gori (Georgian SSR), is a writer. Discover Rostom Chkheidze's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years old?

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Age 65 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 1 April, 1959
Birthday 1 April
Birthplace Gori (Georgian SSR)
Nationality Georgia

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A supporter of Saakashvili, he supports his release from prison and visited him upon his arrest in 2021.


In 2020, Rostom Chkheidze joined the State for the People party and was included in the electoral list of the United National Movement, winning a seat in Parliament. He is the Deputy Chairman of the Culture Committee.

In 2020, he joined, along with his sister Nato Chkheidze, the State for the People party (SfP), an opposition group led by opera singer Paata Burchuladze that merged with the United National Movement, a party affiliated with former President Mikheil Saakashvili. In that year's parliamentary elections, he was 25th on the electoral list of the UNM-led bloc as a representative of SfP and won a seat in Parliament. Like other opposition MPs, he refused to recognize the election results after voter fraud allegations surfaced and entered the legislature only in May 2021 after a short-lived EU-facilitated agreement between the ruling Georgian Dream and the opposition. He is the Deputy Chairman of the Culture Committee and a member of the Education and Science Committee, as well as a member of Parliament's Ethics Council.


Though an academician, Rostom Chkheidze often made political statements throughout the years. A partisan of former President Zviad Gamsakhurdia, he applauded the 2011 decision to launch an investigative committee chaired by his son Konstantine Gamsakhurdia over his mysterious 1993 death.


Rostom Chkheidze received the Gala literary award in 2009 and the Litera award in 2017.


Son of the author Otar Chkheidze and brother of businesswoman and politician Nato Chkheidze, he has been a well-known author since the 1990s, focusing largely on 19th-century Georgian culture through novels, literary criticism, and novels. He's served at times as a member of the Academy of Sciences and the Scientific Research Centre of Galaktionology. He is also known for his translating work of several Western literary pieces.


Rostom Chkheidze is a career literary expert and author. Until 1987, he worked at the Literary Georgia editorial office, before becoming the lead academician in the state-organized commission dedicated to the study of the text of the medieval Knight in Panther's Skin by Shota Rustaveli until 1989. Since then, he has been working as a professor of Georgian literature at the Shota Rustaveli Institute. At times, he has served as a member of the Academy of Sciences of Georgia and on the Scientific Research Centre of Galaktionology, an academic board dedicated to the studies of 20th-century poet Galaktion Tabidze's works.


Rostom Chkheidze graduated in 1981 from Tbilisi State University, majoring in Semitic Languages from the university's Oriental Languages and Literature Department. He holds a doctorate in philological sciences.


Rostom Chkheidze (Georgian: როსტომ ჩხეიძე, born on April 1, 1959) is a Georgian author, academician and politician who has served in the Parliament of Georgia since 2020.

Rostom Chkheidze was born on April 1, 1959, in Gori, son of the famous author Otar Chkeidze. Descendant of the noble Chkhetidze family, he grew up in the family's home in the village of Kelktseuli, at the time in Soviet Georgia. His sister Nato Chkheidze is a well-known businesswoman and politician, also elected to the Parliament of Georgia and co-owner of the Omega Group corporation. He owns 25% of Kartli TV, a regional television channel in Georgia and a previous division of the Omega Group-owned Iberia TV, before the latter shut down. Rostom is married to Mariam Japaridze and has three children.


Rostom Chkheidze is the author of 29 biographical novels, as well as several monographs, essays, plays, and fictional works. A literary critique, he has been a host of cultural programs on Georgia's Public Broadcaster, Iberia TV, and the Channel of the Georgian Orthodox Church. A recurrent theme of his work is the cultural society of Georgia in the 19th-20th centuries, surrounding the lives of Alexandre Batonishvili, Alexandre Orbeliani, Solomon Dodashvili, Ilia Chavchavadze, Akaki Tsereteli, Iakob Gogebashvili, and Alexandre Kazbegi among others. He is also known for his research on ancient cultures, Biblical society, and Arabic literature and is considered a leading Rustavelologist. Rostom Chkheidze has translated several major Western works, including novels by William Faulkner, Joseph Conrad, Kurt Vonnegut, Lord Byron and influential pieces, such as Beowulf and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.