Pisarev Sergey (1902–1969) – ethnographer, writer.
Author of novelettes and stories (the first publication in 1923).
In 1930, he graduated from the High Courses of the Art Studies at the Leningrad Institute of the Art History. He worked as actor, as Researcher of the State Russian Museum.
Since 1933, he was Researcher of the Museum of the History of Religion of the Ac. of Sc. of the U.S.S.R. in Leningrad. He participated in expeditions of the Museum to the western districts of the Leningrad Region and to the Russian North. He was a member of the Section on Studying the Religious Beliefs of the peoples of the U.S.S.R. (group of studying religious syncretism) under the leadership of N. M. Matorin.
After the WWII, he taught at various high schools. He died on May 8, 1969, and was buried on the Seraphimovskoe Cemetery in Leningrad/St. Petersburg.