People’s Artist of the Russian Federation
Mikhail M. Khomyakov
Graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in 1980 (course of O. Tabakov).
Associate Professor of Acting Department of the Moscow Art Theatre School.
In the Theatre Studio on the Chaplygin street from the first days. Played in very first performances: «… And with the spring I'll come back to you …» by A. Kazantsev (Tsvetayev), Farewell, Mowgli! by R. Kipling (Shirhan), Two arrows by A. Volodin.
In 1981-1985 he worked at the Moscow Theatre named after N. Gogol, in 1985-1986 — in the Moscow Art Theatre, where he played Glumov in the performance Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man by A. Otsrovsky. Currently on the stage of the Moscow Art Theatre he plays Trigorin in the performance The Seagull by A. Chekhov.
In October 1986 he was accepted into the troupe of the Moscow Theatre managed by O. Tabakov.
In the Moscow Theatre managed by O. Tabakov busy in performances: Biloxi Blues by N. Simon (Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey), Fat Freddie Blues by F. J. Barry (Fat Freddy), Two angels, four people by V. Shenderovich (Someone Strontsillov), The Idiot by F. Dostoevsky (Totsky), Art by Y. Reza (Serge), Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man by A. Ostrovsky (Mamaev) The Passions of Bumbarash by Y. Kim (Baron).
Films with Mikhail:
Another woman, another man directed by K. Khudyakov (2003)
Island without love directed by K. Khudyakov (2003)
Unmanaged drift directed by G. Shengelaya (2004)
Shadowboxing directed by A. Sidorov (2005)
Banker's girlfriend directed by D. Chirkov (2007)