He worked in Saratov, in the Voronezh Drama Theater (1st half of 1967), where he played the role of King Charles in the play The Lark by Jean Anuyu, then in the Moscow Maly Theater. Among the roles: Vasilkov ("The Mad Money" by Alexander Nikolaevich Ostrovsky), Ryabinin ("Dostigaev and Others" by Maxim Gorky), Safonov ("The Russian People" by Konstantin Mikhailovich Simonov), Vasilyev ("The Choice" by Yuri Vasilyevich Bondarev), Serebryakov ("Leshy" and "Uncle Vanya" by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov), the Old Man ("Resurrection" by Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy), Botkin (" ... and I will pay back" Sergey Andreevich Kuznetsov) and others. The popularity to Kayurov was brought by the film images of V.I. Lenin in more than 10 paintings.
Author of the memoir book "Where the days go ..." (Moscow, 2007).