Growing up I lived in Hungary, England and Denmark where I got to experience various cultures and approaches to acting and film making which I am very passionate about. In the past couple of years I got the chance to play a handful of roles on TV and on stage. Very recently I have been studying performance art in Copenhagen. I would like to work more with film making and acting in an intensive and productive environment.
In the early years I participated in minor plays and solo performances at elementary and high school. Then attended singing lessons and joined a musical club where partook in the Hungarian, musical version of The Jungle Book. I got the role of Shere Khan and the musical was performed on several occasions and venues. Later moved to Denmark, where I joined a Shakespeare Theater Company, then moved to London to take classes in improvisational theater. Thereafter I relocated again to Copenhagen where I continued doing improvisational theater. More recently I was cast to be part of a stage adaptation of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, where I played Mr. Gardiner a well-mannered and kind hearted uncle who appears to be a bit preoccupied and unfortunately a bit deaf. Playing this role was a noteworthy experience since there was an opportunity to play someone thought-provoking who had the task of being a comedic relief, someone who softened the intensity of the atmosphere in the midst of the family conflicts, eloping and lying. We spent approximately 4 months preparing the play which allowed us to “meet our characters” and feel them, their intentions, their inner monologues and what makes them say what they say. Fundamentally to understand who they really are and what their objective is. While working on the romantic novel’s stage adaptation I learned about the demands of theater work. About teamwork, mutual respect, about voice, posture, movements and the ability to focus on my partners to name a few. Working on this play allowed us to discover and show something authentically from a very different era, the early 19th century, and challenged us with having to make it enjoyable for an audience circa 200 years later.
My current training is an intensive comprehensive speech and drama course in Copenhagen. Here we first investigated our mind and body connection and
focused on creating and maintaining powerful personal communication. The purpose of which
was to encourage us to become more self-aware. Thereafter particular attention was given to
method acting, the Meisner technique, classical acting, physical theater training, dance, devised theater, voice production and public speaking.