After graduating from the Leningrad State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematography (LGITMiK) in 1979, Lukoshkov came to the Alexandrinsky Theater. Then it was called the Leningrad Academic Drama Theater in honor of AS Pushkin. The artist served there until 1989.
Then Yevgeny Lukoshkov founded the “St. Petersburg” hall-theater. His company has traveled the world. He was also director of the Classic Center and for some time he directed TV channel 51. In 2005, Evgeny Lukoshkov created the Ludwig Nobel Foundation and headed it.
Yevgeny Lukoshkov starred in several films. For example, in the play “A Nail from Home” based on Swedish fairy tales, he played the main role. The last film work of Yevgeny Lukoshkov was the series “Black Raven”, where he played the director of an art gallery.