Nerses Markosyan

Date of Birth17․07․1983
Place of BirthYerevan
EducationYerevan State Institute of Theatre and Cinematography, Armen Meliksetyan's Studio
2014 – Awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia,
2019 – Honorary Certificate from the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Armenia.

Nerses Markosyan’s career began as a dancer. From 1996 to 2006, he danced in the contemporary dance ensemble “Lights” led by Gevorg Gevorgyan. He was one of the pioneers contributing to the development and spread of the breakdance style in Armenia.
He worked as an actor at the Yerevan State Chamber Musical theatre. Nerses Markosyan performed in various musicals, dramas, and children’s musical shows.
Among the musicals he participated in are “Notre-Dame de Paris,” “Cats,” operetta “Karine,” “Broadway-Broadway,” as well as “Anush,” “Sexual Disorder at the Hotel,” “David of Sassoon,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Cinderella,” “Tom and Jerry.”
In 2006, he presented a solo concert “Spirit of the Musical” on the stage of the Yerevan National Theatre.
In 2009, Nerses Markosyan portrayed Charles Aznavour in the musical “Hats Off, Aznavour is calling!” dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Charles Aznavour. In 2011, he participated in the TV show “Dance, If You Can” on Shant TV. In 2013, he joined the Yerevan State Chamber Theatre with the play “Government Concert.” He also performed in productions such as “Magical Ball,” “Anter Ground,” “Cabaret Restart,” “Show #3,” “Guys Cross Borders, or Etude About Women,” “Hamlet,” “Birth Certificate,” “Fe-Show,” and others.
Nerses Markosyan appeared in “Old Kings,” “La Casa de Papa,” and other projects. He took part in the Broadway musical “Sunset Boulevard.”