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Michael Poghosyan

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Occupation  Actor, TV personality
Years active  1976–present

Name  Michael Poghosyan
Role  Film actor
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Born  31 May 1954 (age 61) (1954-05-31) Yerevan, Armenian SSR
Movies  If Only Everyone, Lost & Found in Armenia, My Name Is Viola, Symphony of Silence, Wind of Oblivion
Similar People  Vigen Chaldranyan, Harutyun Khachatryan, Gor Kirakosian, Ruben Kochar

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Michael Movsesi Poghosyan (sometimes credited as Mikael Pogosyan, Michael Poghosian, Mikael Poghosyan, Armenian: Միքայել Պողոսյան, born 31 May 1954, Yerevan, Armenian SSR) is an Armenian film and theatre actor and a judge on the Armenian version of Pop Idol.


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Professional practice

Michael Poghosyan Michael Poghosyan recognized 2012 best actor during Los

In 1978, he graduated from the Acting Department of Yerevan Fine Arts and Theatre Institute. He had worked in the Yerevan Chamber Theatre from 1976 to 91 and in the Hamazgayin Yerevan Drama Theatre from 1992 to 94. Poghosyan was actor of Armenfilm Studio between 1978-92

Selected filmography

  • Earthquake (2016)
  • Lost & Found in Armenia (2012) as Grandpa Matsak
  • If Only Everyone (2012) as Gurgen
  • Symphony of Silence (2001) as Kondi Gzho
  • The Merry Bus (2001) as Uncle Khoren
  • Yerevan Blues (1998) as Hapetik/Policeman/Sparapet/Indian Ambassador/Theatre Fireman
  • Khatabalada (1997) as Hamazasp
  • Yerevan Jan (1999)
  • The Voice in the Wilderness (1991) as Tomazo
  • Deadline in Seven Days (1991) as Mikael Poghosyan
  • Wind of Oblivion (1990) as Mikael Poghosyan
  • Taynyy sovetnik (1989) as Mikael Poghosyan
  • Three of Us (1988)
  • The Last Sunday (1986) as Armen
  • Snowdrops and Edelweiss (1982) as Zhikharev

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