Ilya Noskov was born in 1977. In 1997 he graduated from the St Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy (class of Andrei Alexeyev). He is a correspondent member of the Petrovsky Academy of Sciences and Arts. From 1997-2007 he was an actor at the Alexandrinsky Theatre. Since 2004 he has been an actor at the theatre partnership The Noskovs & Co., since 2011 he has been an actor at the Satire Theatre on Vasilievsky Ostrov. He is also a film actor. He performed roles of Fandorin in the one-man show Wind (prize-winner at the Monocle competition, 2002) and the TV series Azazel (nominated for the TEFI award as the best game series, 2002), Boris Gradov in the TV series Moscow Saga (nominated for the TEFI award as the best TV series , 2005), Alexander Zotov in the series Short Breath (the press prize “For the Best Film”, 2006), Ivan Malyshev in the film Asian (special prize at the Kinoshok festival, 2007) and Vadim Chebakov in the series Women's dreams of distant lands (Grand Prix at the DetectivFEST international festival, 2011).