Czech movie actresses born in the year 1952

Here are 6 famous actresses from Czech Republic were born in 1952:

Hana Gregorová

Hana Gregorová (August 20, 1952 Bratislava-) a.k.a. H. Gregorová is a Czech actor. Her child is called Ondřej Brzobohatý.

Hana Gregorová was born on August 20, 1952, in Bratislava, which was then a part of Czechoslovakia. She started her acting career in the 1970s, appearing in various stage productions before transitioning to film and television work. Hana has gone on to become a respected and highly versatile actor, known for her roles in popular Czech films such as "The Angel of the Lord 2" and "The End of Old Times".

Aside from her acting work, Hana is also a proud mother. She has a son named Ondřej Brzobohatý, who is also an actor. Ondřej followed in his mother's footsteps and has become a prominent figure in Czech cinema, starring in films such as "Adele Hasn't Had Her Dinner Yet" and "The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday".

Throughout her career, Hana has been recognized for her contributions to Czech cinema and theater. She has received several awards, including the prestigious Thalia Award for her outstanding work in the field of theater. Hana Gregorová is revered by many as a talented and dedicated actress who has left an indelible mark on the Czech cultural landscape.

Andrea Cunderlíková

Andrea Cunderlíková (May 6, 1952 Prague-) a.k.a. A. Cunderliková is a Czech actor.

She is best known for her roles in Czech and Slovak films and television series. Cunderlíková began her acting career in the late 1970s and has since appeared in over 50 films and TV shows. Some of her notable works include "The Elementary School" (1991), "In the Shadow" (2012), and "The Snake Brothers" (2015). In addition to her acting work, Cunderlíková is also a popular voice actor in Czech animated films and TV shows. She has received numerous awards for her contributions to Czech and Slovak film and television industries, including the Alfréd Radok Award for Best Female Performance in a Leading Role in 1999.

Jitka Smutná

Jitka Smutná (April 16, 1952 Prague-) is a Czech actor.

She studied at the Prague Conservatory and made her acting debut in 1970. Smutná has starred in numerous Czech and Slovak films and television series, including "Kdo chce zabít Jessii?" (1966), "Pozor, vizita!" (1977), and "Život na zámku" (1982). She is also a prominent stage actress, having performed at theaters such as the National Theater in Prague and the Vinohrady Theatre. In addition to her acting career, Smutná is a respected voice-over artist and has provided dubbing for many foreign films and animations.

Zuzana Geislerová

Zuzana Geislerová (March 14, 1952 Prague-) is a Czech actor. She has one child, Adam Soukup.

Zuzana Geislerová is best known for her work in Czech cinema and television. She has appeared in numerous popular Czech films, including "The Elementary School," "The Unbearable Lightness of Being," and "The Mysterious Castle in the Carpathians." Geislerová has also worked extensively in theater, performing with many of the leading Czech theater companies. In addition to her acting work, Geislerová is known for her activism and support of various charitable causes. She was awarded the Order of Merit by the President of the Czech Republic in 2009 for her contributions to culture and society.

Eva Jakoubková

Eva Jakoubková (February 8, 1952 Ostrava-June 16, 2005 Prague) was a Czech actor.

She graduated from the Prague Conservatory and made her debut on stage at the National Theatre in Prague, where she remained a member of the ensemble for many years. Jakoubková was a versatile actress, equally at home in classical and contemporary roles, and was particularly noted for her performances in plays by Václav Havel, Jiří Srnec, and Anton Chekhov. She also appeared in a number of films and television dramas, including "The Elementary School" and "In the Shadow". In addition to her work as an actress, Jakoubková was also a talented singer and recorded several albums of Czech and Slovak folk songs. She passed away in 2005 at the age of 53.

Marie Logojdová

Marie Logojdová (March 11, 1952 Prague-) also known as M. Logojdová is a Czech actor.

She started her acting career in the theater in the 1970s and later appeared in several films and television series. Some of her notable roles include the film "Slavnosti snezenek" (Snowdrop Celebrations) and the television series "Ulice" (The Street). In addition to acting, Logojdová has also translated several plays into Czech and worked as a drama teacher. She has won several awards for her performances, including the Best Actress Award at the Czech Lions for her role in "Slavnosti snezenek". Outside of acting, she is known for her activism in promoting women's rights and supporting various charities.

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