Hayko Mko

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Hayko Mko (in Armenian: Հայկո Մկո) is an Armenian comedian duo made up of Hayk Marutyan (known as Hayko) and Mkrtich Arzumanyan (known as Mko). They are best known from Kargin Haghordum and Kargin Serial, two popular comedy shows starring Hayko and Mko as main actors.

Early years[edit]

Hayko[edit]

Hayko is Hayk Marutyan (Armenian: Հայկ Մարության), born 18 December 1976, Yerevan. From first through 7th grade he went to the School #83 and continued his education in Anania Shirakatsi Seminary, where he spent his 8th, 9th and 10th grades. From 1992-1997 he went to the State Engineering University. From 1995-2002 he was a member of the Armyansky Proyekt (Russian for Armenian Project) KVN team of the same university. Hayko worked for Sharm company from 1996 to 2002 as a scriptwriter, director. As an actor, he played in 220 volt, Valyur, Our Yard (1996), Our yard-2 (1998), Tuyn Kaset, Urish Kaset, Banda (2000), Komertsion nerkayatsum.[1]

Mko[edit]

Mko is Mkrtich Arzumanyan (Armenian: Մկրտիչ Արզումանյան, born 10 August 1976, Gyumri. He went to School #23 and School #14 of Gyumri. From 1992-97 he went to the Gyumri branch of the State Engineering University. From 1995-1996 he played in university's, from 1997-2002 in Armyansky Proyekt (Russian for Armenian Project) KVN team. In 2002 Mko was included in the 21st century team of KVN and participated in a jubilee game in Moscow.[citation needed]

From 1998-2002, he was a member of the Armyansky Proyekt (Russian for Armenian Project) KVN team of the same university. Mko worked for "Sharm" company from 1996 to 2002 as a scriptwriter. As an actor, he played in 220 volt, Valyur, Our Yard (1996), Our yard-2 (1998), Tuyn Kaset, Urish Kaset, and Banda (2000).[2]

The duo became very well-known with Kargin Haghordum (Armenian: Կարգին հաղորդում; Cool Program) that had a seven-year run from 2002 to 2009 as an Armenian comedy TV show airing in Armenia on the Armenia TV channel. It was one of the most popular and successful comedy shows in post-independent Armenian history.[citation needed]

Works[edit]

  • 1996: 220 Volts
  • 1996: Vaylur
  • 1997: Mer Bak
  • 1998: Mer Bak-2I
  • 2000: Tuyn kaset
  • 2000: Urish kaset
  • 2000: Banda
  • 2003-2009: Kargin Haghordum
  • 2007, 2008, 2009: 7.5 (in 2009, with 32 atam)
  • 2007-2009: Kargin Multer
  • 2010-2013: Kargin Serial
  • 2011: Ala Bala Nica
  • 2011: No Comment
  • 2013-2015: Tnpesa (Mko only)
  • 2014: Super Mama (Hayko only)
  • 2015 "Siro gortsakic" (Hayko only)
  • 2016 " Run away or get Married " (Mko Only)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hayk Marutyan profile, imdb.com; accessed 1 October 2014.
  2. ^ Mkrtich Arzumanyan profile, imdb.com; accessed 1 October 2014.