István Szilágyi

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      • 82
      • Male
      • 1937-12-07
      • 2020-05-03
      • Gyoma, Hungary
      • Acting
      István Szilágyi (Gyoma, 7 December 1937) is a Hungarian actor. He graduated from the Academy of Theater and Film in 1961, he contracted to the Géza Gárdonyi Theater in Eger. From 1965 to 1973, the literary stage was a member of the Amusement Stage between 1973 and 1975. In 1975 he joined the National Theater of Pécs and in 1976 he became a member of the Vígszínház. He joined the Mafilm company in 1979. Creates character strokes. It was the first film in front of the camera in the 1959 Burning Window. He was known in the country in 1968 as the figure of Sípo's character was made in the TV series Bors. From 1998 he was a member of the Győr National Theater [1] until his retirement in 2016. In the '90s, Lotto had an advertising sticker, which typically formed a super-happy owner of a huge pile of cash. His wife is Joleny Humenyánszky sculptor. His son is Péter Szilágyi. (Wikipedia)
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