Distinguished Artist of Russia
He graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1982 (course of O. Efremov). After serving in the army, in 1985, was adopted by the troupe of the Moscow Art Theatre, where he was held until 1999.
Played in such performances as: Days of the Turbins (Nikolka) directed by Nikolai Skorik, Round table under the lampshade (Kolya) directed by Leonid Heifetz, Platonov (Vengerovich) directed by D. Brusnikin, Ivanov (Dr. Lvov) directed by Oleg Efremov, The Cherry Orchard (Epikhodov) directed by Oleg Efremov, Sanctimonious persons' Kabala (Lagrange) directed by A. Shapiro, Pearl Zinaida (Aladyin) directed by Oleg Efremov, The Masquerade (Stranger) by Nikolay Shaiko, Love in the Crimea (Seykin) directed by R. Kozak, The most important (Director of a provincial theatre) directed by R. Kozak, and others.
After leaving of the theatre actively worked in theatrical enterprise as an actor and producer.
Performances: The contract for the murder, The Ghosts, Little frauds of the big city, Bad Family, Family honor of the Woosters, The Scandals and others.
In 2004 he returned to the Moscow Art Theatre as an assistant art director to work with the troupe, in 2005, was appointed to the head of repertory department.