- Acting Age : 21 - 31
- Based in : Budapest
- Languages : Hungarian (native), English (fluent)
"I was born on the 18th of June in 1986 in Debrecen. Since many of my relatives on my father’s side worked behind the scenes, the theatre has been my second home ever since I was a little child. It is my natural environment; for me, it symbolizes fulfillment, stability, magic and dreams. I had always been watching the puppet performances, the concerts, operas and other theatre moments from the lighting box or from backstage because there was always something going on and everything seemed much more exciting by my father’s side. That is why I love watching the preparations before a performance so much – then you can witness the most secret things.
I have learnt endurance, diligence and humility from my family and also from my folk dance and ballet classes. They have thought me that whatever is the result of your work, you shall never give up. If you have done your best, there is no reason to be ashamed. You always can and should stand up again after you fall. In order to evolve, you should always stand up for your decisions. And you should always stand up for yourself, because nobody else will.
Since my birthday is in the summer, everything happened in my life sooner than usual. With the folk dance group, I had the opportunity to travel around Europe when I was thirteen and we also visited China. I graduated in the drama class of the Ady Endre High School in Debrecen where I had the chance to play Juliet in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at the Csokonai Theatre when I was sixteen. I was admitted to the University of Theatre and Film Arts for the first try at the age of seventeen. I was attending the class of Gábor Zsámbéki and Sándor Zsótér, both of whom gave me a very strong foundation and a security that I can still rely on until this day.
I have spent my year of internship in Debrecen, then at the Katona József Theatre in Budapest where I was hired the next year. I have worked there for five years, and then I joined the Hungarian National Theatre.
I married Sándor Csányi, the man who is my love, my friend and my ally; he truly knows me and accepts me the way I am.
Not long after our daughter was born, I became a freelancer so I could manage my time with more flexibility. Currently, I am a member of the Örkény Theatre.
In 2017, Variety magazine has listed me as one of the “10 Europeans to Watch” in the film industry, while our movie ‘On Body and Soul’ was awarded the Golden Bear at the 2017 Berlinale. "
Directed by Orsi Nargypal
ON BODY AND SOUL
Directed by Ildikó Enyedi
as Krisztina Eckhardt
Directed by Éva Gárdos
Directed by György Pálfi
Directed by Krisztina Deák
as Emerenc`s Mother
Directed by István Szabó
as Munk Zsófi
Directed by Ferenc Török
Directed by Márton Vécsei
Directed by Dénes Orosz
as Blonde Woman
Directed by Attila Gigor
BEVEZETÉS AZ ÁLTALÁNOS NYELVÉSZETBE
Directed by Péter Szeiler