Arman Nshanian was born in Yerevan, Armenia in a family of famous Armenian artists. At a young age along with his family, Arman moved to Los Angeles. He was to play his first role on stage in his fathers theater company at the age of 6… then another role at the age of 8… and many many more in the years to come… The first Artistic schooling he was to receive was as an actor studying with some of the finest acting coaches in the country, such as Uta Hagen, Howard Fine, Eric Morris, The Stella Adler Academy, and eventually earning a lifetime membership to the famous Lee Strasberg’s “The Actors Studio” where he has carefully studied and mastered the very controversial “Method Acting” with hundreds of characters and scenes from classical, and modern dramatic plays.
Arman Realized his singing potential soon after being cast as an actor in a musical, and slowly began studying music with his grandmother, whom was a famous soprano for the former USSR & Armenia. Soon after entering the world of music Arman put his acting career on hold and moved to Vienna, Austria to pursue music as a career. He began his studied at The Vienna conservatory as well as privately for some years, after which moved on to Yerevan Armenia, to continue at the Yerevan “Komitas” Conservatory of Music. Arman Nshanian has performed in gala and solo concerts as well as Theatrical play productions, films for both television and the big screen in many cities around the world, such as Vienna, Kitzbuhel, Munich, Rome, Venice, Catania, Paris, Helsinki, Yerevan, Los Angeles, and NYC. He has also been invited as a guest in 2004 to teach “method” acting at the University of drama in Yerevan Armenia, and is the founder of the “Actors Studio Yerevan” a private and free theatrical group which teaches the famous Strasberg method acting. Arman’s latest film and television roles include Suren Babayans latest film “Thorn” and TV series “Brothers” in Armenia, also he has sung in the operas L’Elisir D’amore in the role of Nemorino, Lucia Di Lamermoor, and La rondine.