|Born||February 14, 1974|
Yerevan, Soviet Armenia
|Genres||Stand-up, Sketch comedy|
Garik Martirosyan (Russian: Гарик Юрьевич Мартиросян, Armenian: Գարիկ Մարտիրոսյան, born February 13, 1974 in Yerevan, Soviet Union) is an Armenian entertainer, comedian, TV host, actor and singer. He's the co-producer and host of the Comedy Club Russia which airs on Russian TV channel TNT. He is also one of 4 hosts of Prozhektorperiskhilton broadcast on Channel One.
Garik Martirosyan was born on February 14, 1974 in Yerevan, Armenian SSR, Soviet Union. In 2002 he graduated from Yerevan State Medical University with a degree in neurology. Worked three years in a psychological hospital. From 1993 to 2002 was a member (captain from 1997) of the New Armenians team of the Russian TV show KVN. In 2003 with the help of fellow New Armenians Artur Djanibekyan and Artash Sarksyan he founded Comedy Club. Together with Larisa Dolina he won the Two Stars TV show. He hosted the first two seasons of Minute of Fame, Russian version of America's Got Talent on Channel One. He and his wife Zhanna Levina met in Sochi, Russia and have a daughter Jasmine, who was born in 2004.
In March 2007 his brother Levon Martirosyan announced that Garik Martirosyan intends to participate in the pre-election campaign of the United Liberal-National Party of Armenia. The idea to establish the party belonged to Garik
- Comedy Club (2005–present)
- Nasha Russia (2006–2011)
- Minute of Fame (2007–present)
- Prozhektorperiskhilton (2008–present)
- Main Stage (2015)
- 168 Hours Weakly online: The place of meeting – Comedy Club Archived May 3, 2014, at the Wayback Machine
- (in Russian) Гарик Мартиросян: возьму в плен артистку!
- Famous Armenian showman Garik Martirosyan takes part in the pre-election campaign of United Liberal-National Party[permanent dead link]
- (in Russian) Regnum.ru: В парламенте Армении может стать веселее: ведущий Comedy Club Гарик Мартиросян метит в депутаты