Mkhitar Avetisyan

Date of Birth28․06․1977
Place of BirthYerevan
EducationYerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinematography, Raphael Jrbashyan's Workshop
2015 – Commemorative Medal “Honorary Cultural Figure of the City of Yerevan”,
2017 – Certificate of Honor from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia. 

During his studies at the Theatre Institute, Mkhitar Avetisyan simultaneously performed in plays at the Yerevan State National Theatre: “Vokzal” by G. Matevosyan, “Christmas in the House of Senor Cappello” by E. de Filippo, “Poor Petros,” “Dragon” by E. Schwartz, “Chalice of Kindness” by W. Saroyan, “Let’s Dream” by Sasha Gitri, “Bear” by Chekhov, and others.
In 2001-2003, he worked at the Yerevan National Academic Theatre named after G. Sundukyan, from 2003-2005 in the Youth Experimental State Theatres of Yerevan as an actor, from 2004-2009 on Armenian Public Television as a film dubber. In 2006-2007 at the “32 Teeth” Club.
In 2009-2010, he hosted the program “Taxi TV” on ATV, and since 2009 – the popular science program “Traces of Events” on “Yerkir-Media.”
After a hiatus from 2004 to 2018, Mkhitar Avetisyan returned to work at the Yerevan National Theatre. Since 2021, he has also participated in the plays “Name” and “Dear Pamela” at the State Theatre named after G. Malian.
Mkhitar Avetisyan has been working at the Chamber Theatre since 2007, playing roles in several plays: “Cabaret,” “Albania+,” “Government Concert,” “To Arms,” “Armageddon,” “Scotch and Whiskey,” “Call of the Fireflies,” “Very Love Story,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “White Storks,” “Nazar, Nazar, to the End,” “Hamlet,” “5+1 Stories about Love,” “Behind the Scenes, or Anatomy of the Theatre.”
Mkhitar Avetisyan has also appeared in films and TV series such as “Zhanna,” “Glade of Deer,” “Fathers,” “White,” “Lola,” “Three Comrades,” “Diary of a Cross-Keeper,” “Age of Love,” “Oath,” “Zhirayr Glents,” and more. He has participated in TV projects like “Bookmark,” a play dedicated to Charents’ 125th anniversary, and others.