Place and date of birth: Braşov, March 12, 1967
Place of residence: Cluj (Romania)
2003 – DLA, Improvisation and Personality Development, University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest
1988–1992 – Szentgyörgyi István Faculty for Theatre Arts - Târgu-Mureş, Lohinszky Loránd emeritus artist's class
Currently played parts at the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj:
KOSTOLOFF - Maxim Gorki: The Lower Depths, directed by Yuri Kordonsky
LIPITTLOTTY – Mihály Csokonai Vitéz: The Widow of Mr. Karnyó and the Two Rascals, directed by Attila Keresztes
KLANFAR – Miroslav Krleža: Leda, directed by Robert Raponja
LEONIDA – Freefall adaptation after Caragiale: Leonida Gem Session, directed by Gábor Tompa
DON JUAN – The Festive Dinner of Don Juan, directed by Matthias Langhoff
FRANK – Charles Mee: A Perfect Wedding, directed by Karin Coonrod
JUDGE BRACK – Henrik Ibsen: Hedda Gabler, directed by Andrei Şerban
WILLY LOMAN – Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman, directed by Tom Dugdale
DUNDO MAROJE – Marin Držić: Dundo Maroje, directed by Robert Raponja
THE DUKE, POMPEIUS – William Shakespeare: Measure for Measure, directed by Matthias Langhoff
DUKE OF CLARENCE – William Shakespeare: Richard III, directed by Gábor Tompa
ANDREI SERGEYEVICH PROZOROV – A.P. Chekhov: Three Sisters, directed by Gábor Tompa
Workshops led by Pál Regős (1992), Simon McBurney și Ian McKellen (Londra, 1994), David Grant (2001), Florin Fieroiu (2004), David Zinder (2005), Andrei Șerban (2006, 2007).
– English (advanced)
Currently teacher and vice-dean at the Film and Television Faculty of the Babeş-Bolyai University.
Since 2011 lecturer (workshop leader) at the Dyoniz International Festival organized by the Art Academy from Osijek (Croatia).
More than one hundred performace roles and film parts.
Directing in theatres, puppet theatres and film directing.
Plays, adaptations, scripts.
Poems, short prose, studies, books, translations.
UNITER Award for Best Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role (for the part of Judge Brack)
Bánffy Miklós Award
Nominated for the Hungarian Critics' Award (for the part Judge Brack)
Jászai Mari Award
Gábor Miklós Award
Nominated for the Gopo Award in the Best Male Actor category (for the part Nelu)
Nominated in the Best Male Actor category at the BEST-Filmfest (for the part Nelu)
Grand Prix of the Szeffedin Sefket Filmclub for the script A Kapu (The Gate)
Award for the Best Actor of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival (for the part Nelu)
Nominated by the Romanian Theatre Union (UNITER) for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (for the part of Andrei Sergeyevich Prozorov)
UNITER Award for Best Actor of the Year (for the part Vanya)
Award for the Best Actor of the Minority Theatre Festival, Gheorgheni (for the part F1)
Nominated by the Romanian Theatre Union (UNITER) for Best Actor of the Year (for the part of Tinker)
Nominated by the Romanian Theatre Union (UNITER) for Best Actor of the Year in a Supporting Role (for the parts of Fool, Drum Major)
Debut Award of the Writers' Union of Romania for the book Daniló
Nominated for the Hungarian Critics' Award (for the parts of Fool, Drum Major)
Award of the Látó Literary Journal
III. Prize (ex aequo) of the ASSITEJ competition for the play Álomfestő
Székely János Playwriting Scholarship for the play Manka
Award of the British Council for the performance Stones in His Pocket
Award for Best Direction of the ALTER-NATIVE Short Film Festival from Târgu-Mureș for the film Tetemrehívás
I. Prize of the ERDRAMIL Drama Competition for The Crazed Resner
Award for the Role of Charlie Conlon and for recognition of pedagocical activity at the Festival of Hungarian Theatres from Kisvárda (Hungary)
Directorial Debut Award of the Gulliver International Puppet Theatre Festival, Galaţi (Romania) for the Aladdin puppet show
Award for the Best Actor of the Image Theatre Festival Târgu-Mureş (for the part Charlie Conlon)
KOVÁCS GYÖRGY Award of the Hungarian Cultural Association of Transylvania for the theatrical, pedagogical and dramaturgical activity
Promissing Debut Award of the Festival of Hungarian Theatres from Kisvárda (for the part Edgar)
Beside the above mentioned awards several other – individual and collective, national and international – awards for literary and tutorial activity, performances, film parts and performance roles.
- Henrik Ibsen: Hedda Gabler
, directed by Andrei Şerban