Veteran cosmonaut/astronaut Vladimir Dezhurov, born July 30, 1962, in the former Soviet Union, has traveled on Soyuz and the Space Shuttle to Mir and the International Space Station. He has logged 9 EVAs at just over 37 hours total. Not bad for only 2 trips to space!
His first mission was aboard Soyuz TM-21, launched in March 1995 to Mir. This mission saw the first American, Norman Thagard, to ride on a Soyuz spacecraft. Dezhurov returned to Earth in July 1995 on the Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-71).
He flew to the ISS in August 2001 aboard the Discovery (STS-105) and returned in December aboard the Endeavour (STS-108).