Hungarian actresses born in 1982

Here are 7 famous actresses from Hungary were born in 1982:

Haruka Orth

Haruka Orth (November 16, 1982 Chicago-) is a Hungarian astrologer and actor.

Haruka Orth was born in Chicago in 1982, but later moved to Hungary with her family and became a Hungarian citizen. She started studying astrology at a young age and became a well-known astrologer in Hungary, known for her accurate predictions and insightful readings.

In addition to her work in astrology, Orth has also pursued a career in acting. She has appeared in a number of Hungarian films and television shows, and is known for her versatility and expressive performances.

Orth is also a widely respected spiritual teacher and mentor, offering workshops and courses on topics related to astrology and personal growth. She is known for her compassionate and intuitive approach to coaching and mentoring, and has helped many people transform their lives through her teachings.

Today, Orth is considered one of the leading astrologers and spiritual teachers in Hungary, and her work continues to inspire and transform people around the world.

Hermina Fátyol

Hermina Fátyol (March 30, 1982 Budapest-) is a Hungarian actor.

She studied acting at the Hungarian Theatre Academy and made her stage debut at the National Theatre of Hungary. Hermina is best known for her roles in Hungarian films like "Jadviga párnája" and "A nyomozó". In addition to her acting career, she is also a well-known voice artist and has lent her voice to various animated films and TV shows. Her work has earned her critical acclaim and several award nominations, including the Best Actress award at the Hungarian Film Festival. She is also actively involved in charitable causes and is a passionate advocate for animal rights.

Lili Bordan

Lili Bordan (March 12, 1982 Bronxville-) also known as Lili Bordán is a Hungarian actor, screenwriter and film producer.

She is best known for her roles as Kate in the movie "Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome" and as Dr. Nadia Paquet in the series "The Nun". Born in New York City, Lili spent a significant part of her childhood in Hungary before returning to the US to attend university. She received her Bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature from Brown University and later earned a dual Master's degree in Film Producing and Screenwriting from the University of Southern California. Lili has acted in numerous film and television projects and has also produced and written several short films. Outside of her career, Lili is an advocate for female empowerment and has spoken publicly about her experiences navigating the entertainment industry as a woman.

Mónika Hoffmann

Mónika Hoffmann (March 11, 1982 Malmö Municipality-) also known as Monika Hoffman is a Hungarian singer and actor.

She was born in Sweden and grew up in Hungary where she attended a music school and later studied acting. Hoffmann's breakthrough came when she won the Hungarian version of the TV talent show Pop Idol in 2004. Following her win, she released several albums and went on to become a popular singer in Hungary.

Hoffmann has also acted in both film and television. She made her debut in the Hungarian film "Csak szex és más semmi" in 2005 and has since appeared in several other Hungarian productions. In addition to her acting and singing career, Hoffmann is also a successful businesswoman, owning a chain of beauty salons in Hungary.

Throughout her career, Hoffmann has been recognized for her contributions to Hungarian culture and has received numerous awards and accolades. She is regarded as one of Hungary's most talented and versatile performers.

Juli Széphelyi

Juli Széphelyi (January 26, 1982 Budapest-) also known as Júlia Széphelyi is a Hungarian actor, screenwriter and film director.

She began her acting career in 2005 with the Hungarian film "Egy ketrecben" (In a Cage) and has since appeared in numerous films and television series. In 2019, she made her directorial debut with the short film "Magánéleti egyenlet" (Personal Equation), which won the Best Short Film award at the Miskolc International Film Festival. Széphelyi is also a screenwriter and has written for several Hungarian television series, including "Barátok közt" (Among Friends) and "Dr. Csont" (Bones). In addition to her work in film and television, she is also a renowned stage actress and has appeared in several theatrical productions in Hungary.

Judit Ligeti Kovács

Judit Ligeti Kovács (September 23, 1982 Debrecen-) is a Hungarian actor.

She began her acting career in 2004 when she was cast in the Hungarian TV series "Cirkusz". She then went on to star in various Hungarian films and TV shows, such as "Nagy Fűtés" and "Az Igazi Mikulás".

In 2010, Kovács gained international recognition for her role in the film "Tender Son: The Frankenstein Project". The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and Kovács received critical acclaim for her performance.

Besides her successful acting career, she is also known for her work as a theater actress. She has performed in numerous plays, including "Anna Karenina" and "The Cherry Orchard".

Kovács is considered one of the most talented and versatile actresses of her generation in Hungary. She has won several awards, including the Best Leading Actress Award at the Hungarian Film Week in 2013.

Ilona Nagy

Ilona Nagy (October 9, 1982 Mór-) a.k.a. Sárközi Nagy Ilona is a Hungarian actor.

She graduated from the Academy of Drama and Film in Budapest, Hungary in 2006. Following graduation, Ilona Nagy performed in numerous theaters across Hungary, including the National Theater of Miskolc and the Katona József Theater in Budapest. She is known for her roles both on stage and in films, including her performance in the award-winning Hungarian film, "The Wednesday Child" (2015). In addition to acting, Nagy has also worked as a theatre director, having directed productions of "Loveplay" by Moira Buffini and "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller. She has received critical acclaim for her talent as an actor and director, and is considered one of the most promising young talents in Hungarian cinema and theater.

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