Born in the village of Lipinai (Lithuania) in a peasant family. The school began to participate in theatrical productions. Shortly before serving in the army, he appeared in the episode of the film "When the Rivers Merge." He graduated from the Faculty of Law of Vilnius University (1968). In the university theater studio played a major role in the play "Theater of Clara Gaul" by P. Merime. As a student, he was approved for one of the main roles in the film “Nobody wanted to die” by Zhalakyavichus - the role of Jonas Lokys, the youngest of the brothers. He graduated from the Higher Directing Courses (1978, master Vytautas Zhalakyavichyus). In 1982 he staged the film “The City of Birds” based on the story “Love” by Yuri Olesha. In 1980-1988 - an actor of the Kaunas Drama Theater. In 1996-2011 - Attaché on Culture of the Lithuanian Embassy in Russia. People's Artist of the Lithuanian SSR (1982).