Hungarian actresses born in 1969

Here are 5 famous actresses from Hungary were born in 1969:

Borbála Péterfy

Borbála Péterfy (October 14, 1969 Budapest-) also known as Péterfy Bori is a Hungarian musician and actor.

She is best known as the lead singer of the popular Hungarian band Péterfy Bori & Love Band. Péterfy started her career as an actor, starring in several films and TV shows in Hungary. In 2002, she formed the Love Band and released their first album, "Hadd mondjam el", which was a commercial success in Hungary. The band has since released several albums and won numerous awards, including the Hungarian Music Award for Best Alternative Album in 2005 and 2015. Péterfy is also a published author, having released her debut novel "The Finno-Ugrian Vampire" in 2013, which became a bestseller in Hungary. In addition to her music and writing career, she has also worked as a voice actor for animated films and TV shows.

Éva Naszlady

Éva Naszlady (January 1, 1969-) also known as Naszlady Éva or Éva Naszladi is a Hungarian actor.

She was born in Budapest, Hungary and graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Drama and Film in 1993. Naszlady is best known for her roles in Hungarian films and television series, including the popular show "The District Nurse". She has received numerous awards and nominations throughout her career, including the Best Actress award at the Hungarian Film Critics' Awards. In addition to her work as an actor, Naszlady is also a respected stage performer, with notable appearances in productions of "Hamlet" and "Anna Karenina". She is known for her versatility and range as an actor, and is considered one of the most talented performers of her generation in Hungary.

Antónia Bálint

Antónia Bálint (May 30, 1969 Budapest-) is a Hungarian actor and television presenter. She has one child, Lilien Antónia Földesi-Szabó.

Antónia Bálint had an early interest in acting which led her to study drama and performing arts at the Academy of Theater and Film Arts in Budapest. Her breakthrough came in the 1990s when she landed the lead role in the popular Hungarian drama series, "The Clinic." Since then, she has become a familiar face in Hungarian television and cinema, starring in various films and TV shows.

Apart from acting, Bálint is also known for her work as a television presenter. She has hosted several successful programs, including the Hungarian version of "Dancing with the Stars," which she presented from 2010 to 2014. In addition, she has made guest appearances on various talk shows and game shows.

Outside of her acting and hosting career, Antónia Bálint is involved in several charitable organizations in Hungary. She is a passionate advocate for children's rights and often speaks out on issues affecting young people. In recognition of her philanthropic work, she was awarded the Hungarian Order of Merit in 2016.

Eszter Márton

Eszter Márton (February 28, 1969 Budapest-) is a Hungarian actor and voice actor.

She was born and raised in Budapest, where she began her acting career in theater before moving on to film and television. Márton has appeared in a number of Hungarian films and TV shows, including "The Timeless Land," "Another Way," and "The Bridgeman." She is also known for her voice acting work in Hungarian dubs of popular foreign films and TV shows. Márton has won several awards for her acting, including the Best Actress Award at the Hungarian Film Week in 1995 for her role in "The Bridgeman." In addition to her acting career, she is also a trained opera singer and has performed in various operas and musicals throughout Hungary.

Enikö Nagy

Enikö Nagy (November 7, 1969 Gyula-) also known as Nagy Enikõ is a Hungarian actor.

She graduated from the Theatre and Film Academy of Budapest where she studied acting. Nagy has appeared in various Hungarian films, television shows, and theatre productions. She is known for her roles in Hungarian films such as "Moscow Square" and "Eden", as well as her performance in the play "Boeing Boeing". Nagy has also received critical acclaim for her work in television, including her role in the popular Hungarian series "Barátok közt" (Among Friends). In addition to her acting career, Nagy has also served as a member of the Hungarian Parliament and has been involved in various political and social causes.

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