After graduating Dnepropetrovsk Theatrical School in 1983 on the profession “Actor of puppet theatre” Vladimir Datsenko began to work at the Vologda Puppet Theatre. Working at the theatre he also finished Yaroslavl Theatrical School in 1990.
The most significant and remarkable parts of the actor are Kol’ka in the performance “The Free Sky” by L. Ustinov, the Hare in “The Bunch of Lilies of the Valley” by Y. Oshnitsy, Robin Hood in “Are you with us, Robin Hood?” by V. Maslov, Perekoril in the play “Two Drops of Troubles” by P. Kataev, the Dog in “The Kitten called Bow-wow” by G. Oster, the Teacher in “A Black Hen” by G. Sokolova, Granddad Emelya in the performance “By the Pike’s Wish” by E. Tarakhovskaya, Van’ka in “The Shelter” by M. Bartenev, Basavryuk in “The Night on Ivana Kupala” by N. Gogol.
V. Datsenko is the laureate of the Regional Reward of the Russian Union of Theatre Workers named after A. Badaev for his part of the Parrot in the performance “Thirty –eight Parrots” by G. Oster in 1999. V. Datsenko produced several performances at the theatre: “The Kitten called Bow-wow” and “Thirty –eight Parrots” both by G. Oster (1997-1998), “In the Neighborhood We live” by M. Suponin (1998), “A Sunny Ray” by A. Popesku (1999), “The Fir-tree Was Born in the Forest” by K. Meshkov (2000). He also produced the composition by B. Okudzhava’s songs - “Through windows of old photos” (2000).
The actor got the name of the Honoured Artist of RF in 2005.