Vadim Iosifovich Mulerman (Russian: Вади́м Ио́сифович Мулерма́н; 18 August 1938 – 2 May 2018) was a Soviet, Russian and American singer (baritone).

He was awarded the titles of Meritorious Artist of the RSFSR (1978),[1] People's Artist of the RSFSR[2] and Merited Artist of Ukraine.[3]

In 1971, at the whim of Sergey Lapin, the then Chairman of the USSR State Committee for Radio and Television (Gosteleradio), Mulerman, along with several other singers of Jewish descent, was de facto barred from appearing on television.[4]

Since 1989, Mulerman lived in the United States, where, in Florida, founded and managed a children's musical theater.[1] As of 2008, he lived in Kharkiv and worked in a youth musical theater.[4]

Mulerman died on 2 May 2018 in New York City at the age of 79.[5]