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JUDIT JÓNÁS
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JUDIT JÓNÁS

ACTRESS





Birthday: 1964, Bercel, Hungary
Place of living: Budapest, Hungary
Height: 164 cm
Spoken languages: Hungarian, Lovari-Gypsy, German


AWARDS

2019
National Minorities Award


2010 
Hungarian Gold Cross of Merit


2009
Main Prize at the ARCUS Ethnic Theater Festival


1992
Edit Domján Award for her work in the cities outside Budapest


1987
Award of Excellence form the Hungarian Television Art Society 



Favorite dish:Stuffed cabbage
Favorite color:Black
Favorite artwork:Gabriel García Márquez:
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Mission, favorite citation:Do not throw millet or oats in front of us!
Pearls, real pearls match black coral!

- József Choli Daróczi:
Black Coral
Horoscope:Capricorn

Professional studies

MAIN WORK

2002
Federico Garcia Lorca: Blood Wedding (Vérnász)
- as actor (Mother)
D.: Zoltán Lendvai
Hungarian Roma Parliament (Magyarországi Roma Parliament)
Budapest, Hungary


1992
András Forgách, György Böhm: Come, Josephine! (Gyere, Josephine!)
- as actor (Josephine)
D.: Zsuzsa Dávid
Pécs National Theater (Pécsi Nemzeti Színház)
Pécs, Hungary


1987
Sławomir Mrożek: Tango (Tangó)
- as actor (Ala)
D.: Iván Vas- Zoltán
Pécs National Theater (Pécsi Nemzeti Színház)
Pécs, Hungary


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COMPANY

1993–present
Cinka Panna Gypsy Theater (Cinka Panna Cigány Színház)
- as founder and artistic director
Budapest, Hungary


2012  
Cervinus Theater (Cervinus Teátrum
- as guest artist
Szarvas, Hungary


1995-2007
Duende Theater Company (Duende Színházi Társulás)
- as artistic director
Budapest, Hungary

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Favourite things

Favorite dish:Stuffed cabbage
Favorite color:Black
Favorite artwork:Gabriel García Márquez:
One Hundred Years of Solitude
Mission, favorite citation:Do not throw millet or oats in front of us!
Pearls, real pearls match black coral!

- József Choli Daróczi:
Black Coral
Horoscope:Capricorn

photo credits

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 1: ©unknown - Judit Jónás with László Csaplárós

2: ©unkown

3: ©unknown - Judit Jónás with László Csaplárós