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    Marián Labuda

    Marián Labuda

    Marián Labuda (born 28 October 1944, Hontianske Nemce) is a Slovak actor. In 1964 he graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VŠMU). He became member of the Slovak National Theatre (SND) in Bratislava. In 1967 he moved to the theatre Divadlo na Korze in the same city. Following its closure in 1971 he joined Nová scéna in Bratislava. In 1990 he returned to SND. He performed more than a hundred of characters on stage. He also regularly appears in both Slovak and Czech films. As a singer, he recorded the album Silvester 68 with several well known personalities in Slovakia. The song "Pichni" of the album was written and sung by himself.
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    Milan Kňažko

    Milan Kňažko (born 28 August 1945) is a Slovakian actor and ex-politician. He was one of the leading personalities of the movement Public against Violence in November 1989 and one of the most popular faces of the Velvet Revolution in Slovakia. He starred in Devět kruhů pekla, which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival. He had a minor role in the 2007 horror film Hostel: Part 2, where he portrayed an executive of the Elite Hunting.
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    Radoslav Brzobohatý

    Radoslav Brzobohatý

    Radoslav Brzobohatý (born 13 September 1932 in Vrútky, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech film and television actor. He has played in many Czech TV shows including 30 Cases of Major Zeman, Ulice and the film Sněženky a machři. He is the father of actor and television personality Ondřej Brzobohatý, the host of Česko hledá SuperStar, the Czech version of the Idol series.
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    Ivan Martinka

    Ivan Martinka is Slovak actor. He was born 4th April 1972 in Czechoslovakia. He studied Marionette Play in VŠMU in Bratislava. He performed in Paris´ and German's Milan Sládek Pantomimen Theatre.
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    Jozef Kroner

    Jozef Kroner (* 20 March 1924, Staškov – † 12 March 1998, Bratislava) was a Slovak actor. His brother Ľudovít Kroner, daughter Zuzana Kronerová, and wife Terézia Hurbanová-Kronerová were actors, too. He starred in the Oscar-winning film The Shop on Main Street, and in more than 50 other Slovak films, as well as in several Czech, Bulgarian and Hungarian productions. He never studied acting, his career started in amateur theater troupes. His biography Jozef Kroner's Tracks (Trate Jozefa Kronera) was produced by director Fero Fenič in 1987. Jozef Kroner is also an author of several mostly autobiographic books. Since 2001, Jozef Kroner Awards are presented annually by the Jozef Kroner Foundation, established after the death of the artist.
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    Juraj Herz

    Juraj Herz

    Juraj Herz (born 4 September 1934 in Kežmarok) is a Slovak film director, actor, and scenic designer. He has directed for both film and television; in the latter capacity he has directed episodes of a joint French-Czech television series based on the Maigret novels of Georges Simenon. His 1971 film Petrolejové lampy, was entered into the 1972 Cannes Film Festival. His 1976 film Den pro mou lásku was entered into the 27th Berlin International Film Festival.
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    Braňo Holiček

    Braňo Holiček (born August 14, 1985–, Košice) is a Slovak actor and musician. His parents recognised his talent at an early age, and enrolled him in a specialised elementary school specialisting in the arts. He performed in kids' talent programs on television, including Asterisk and Golden Gate. His first big breakthrough was in 1997, when he was chosen to play the lead in the national Slovak production of Oliver!, a part which he retained for a year and half. Afterwards, he also performed the title role in Janko Hraško under Ján Ďurovčík. On June 1, 1998, he released his debut album on Polygram. He also appeared on the soundtrack of the musical Fontána pre Zuzanu (A Fountain for Susan) III. He went on to appear in minor roles in TV movies, before his role in Thomas the Falconer (Sokoliar Tomáš). He is also well known in Slovakia for his voice-over work. He also had a role in About Smith Juraj. Since 2001 he has been attending the Prague Conservatory; he currently isn't accepting parts, although he frequently appears as a guest on television, especially on the Czech TV Prima.
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    Juraj Kukura

    Juraj Kukura

    Juraj Kukura (born 15 March 1947, in Prešov) is a Slovak actor. Kukura studied acting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VŠMU). Since 1985, when he emigrated to Germany, his films were banned by the regime until the end of Communist rule in the 1989. Thanks to his charismatic personality he usually portrayed strong, leading characters. In 2004, he received DOSKY Award for performing Martin in The Goat, or, Who is Sylvia?. In 2003 he became managing director of Arena Theatre.
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    Martin Huba

    Martin Huba (born 16 July 1943 in Bratislava) is a Slovak actor and director on stage and in film. In 1964 he graduated from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VŠMU). He joined the Východoslovenské štátne divadlo (Košice State Theater) in Košice. In 1967 he moved to the theater Divadlo na Korze in Bratislava, where he remained till its closure in 1971. Since 1976 he has been a member of the Slovak National Theatre (SND).
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    Waldemar Matuška

    Waldemar Matuška (Czech pronunciation: [ˈvaldɛmar ˈmatuʃka]; July 2, 1932 - May 30, 2009) was a Czech singer who became popular in his homeland during the 1960s and 1970s. In 1986, he emigrated to the United States. Waldemar Matuška was born in Košice, then Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia), and spent his whole childhood in Prague. His mother was a singer in the Vienna operetta theatres. He worked as a glassmaker and performed on various musical instruments with many different bands. In 1960 he recorded his first song Suvenýr (Souvenir). Later he became an actor in the theatre Semafor. On the stage he performed with Karel Štědrý, Jiří Suchý and, starting in 1961, with Eva Pilarová. He won the Zlatý slavík ("Golden Nightingale") music poll twice, in 1962 and 1967, and placed second several times. As his popularity grew he started acting in movies and writing songs for movies. Waldemar and Eva Pilarová left Semafor and joined the ensemble of the theatre Rokoko. But Pilarová soon returned to Semafor, and Matuška began singing with Helena Vondráčková, Marta Kubišová, Jitka Zelenková and others. He participated in other projects besides the theatre, mainly duets with Hana Hegerová and Karel
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    Kamil Mikulčík

    Kamil Mikulčík

    Kamil Mikulčík (November 18, 1977) is a Slovak singer and actor who was the Slovakia entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 with Nela Pocisková. The song, Leť tmou was chosen after a national final. They were the first singers to represent Slovakia at the contest since the Eurovision Song Contest 1998. However, it failed to reach the final. In 2009, Mikulčík married Czech Lion-nominee actress Kristína Farkašová, with whom he divorced the following year (in 2010).
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    Tibor Feldman

    Tibor Feldman (born April 25, 1947) is an American actor, having played roles in movies, television shows, television commercials, and stage plays. He has appeared in television dramas including: Law & Order, Conviction, The Sopranos, Third Watch and New York Undercover. He has played roles in films including Kissing Jessica Stein, Nothin' Goes Right in which he co-starred with Rodney Dangerfield and Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid. He was also in the movie Enchanted, in which he played Henry the lawyer. In 2006, he played Elias-Clark president Irv Ravitz in the film The Devil Wears Prada. He has starred in television commercials for companies including Microsoft, AT and FedEx. Feldman just completed the role of "Moe" in Goyband, which also stars Adam Pascal, Amy Davidson, Cris Judd, Tovah Feldshuh, and Natasha Lyonne. In 2001, he appeared on the cover of the Maxwell House haggadah. This edition remains annually distributed during the Passover period in supermarkets across the United States. Feldman has also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway plays.
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    Martin Šulík

    Martin Šulík (born October 20, 1962 in Žilina) is a Slovak film director. He studied film directing at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava from which he graduated in 1986. His 2011 film Gypsy was selected as the Slovakian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
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    Miloslav Schmidt

    Miloslav Schmidt

    Miloslav Schmidt (2 February 1881, Mošovce - 8 May 1934, Martin) was born in the family of an innkeeper and baker. After finishing school in Kremnica and completing training at his father's bakery Schmidt became the leading figure of the family business. He also used his skills in the area of culture and national revival. After coming to Martin he became interested in organizing volunteer fire brigades in Slovakia. Until his death he was the Commander of Martin Fire Brigades, the Commander of the Land Fire-brigade Union, which covered almost all fire brigades in Slovakia. His work resulted in the strengthening of fire protection in Slovakia. He was also the member of the Czechoslovak Association of Esperanto and in 1921 took a role of Baron Révay in the first Slovak movie, Jánošík. In 1931 Schmidt received an order of the French Minister of Economy for his contribution in the economic area. Schmidt is buried in the National Cemetery in Martin, Slovakia (the author of his tomb is Fraňo Štefunko)
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    Richard Petruška

    Richard Petruška (born January 25, 1969, in Levice, Czechoslovakia (present Slovakia)) is a retired Slovak basketball player. A 6'10" and 260 lbs forward-center, he played college basketball at Loyola Marymount and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the U.S. Petruška was selected by the Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association with the 46th overall pick (2nd round) of the 1993 NBA Draft. He played in 22 games for the Rockets during the 1993-94 NBA season and scored 53 total points. Richard Petruska is married and currently lives in Waukesha WI, and is coaching high school basketball.
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    Ľuboš Kostelný

    Ľuboš Kostelný is a Slovak stage, television and film actor. He was born 5 July 1981 in Martin, Czechoslovakia. He studied the Conservatory and VŠMU in Bratislava. He is a member of the ensemble of the Slovak National Theatre. He was among two Slovaks injured in 2011 Domodedovo International Airport bombing, with the actress Zuzana Fialová.
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    Jiří Holý

    Jiří Holý (27 November 1922 in Ružomberok – 11 November 2009 in Prague) was a Czech actor. He starred in the film Poslední propadne peklu under director Ludvík Ráža in 1982.
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    Július Satinský

    Július Satinský (20 August 1941, Bratislava - 29 December 2002, Bratislava) was a Slovak actor, comedian, singer, showman and writer. He is mostly remembered in Slovakia as member of the legendary comedian duo Milan Lasica - Július Satinský, however his scope of interest was wide. Asteroid 15946 Satinský is named after him. He studied drama theory at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VŠMU). He started his acting career alongside Milan Lasica in 1959, with whom they formed a comic duo. They performed in the Divadlo na Korze theatre (presently Astorka Korzo 90´) until the late 1960s. After 1968 (see Prague Spring, Normalization (Czechoslovakia)), the duo was partly banned from working in the Slovak part of Czechoslovakia and performed for two years in a cabaret in the Czech city of Brno. Between 1972 and 1978, Satinský was a member of the musical ensemble of the Nová scéna theatre and between 1978 and 1980 he was a member of the drama company of this theatre and of the Korzo 90 theatre in Bratislava. When they were allowed to appear on stage again in 1982, they moved to the newly established Štúdio S theatre, of which Lasica was director. Satinský was not only known as an
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    Karol Zachar

    Karol L. Zachar (January 12, 1918 in Svätý Anton – December 17, 2003 in Bratislava), born Karol Legény, was a Slovak director, actor, art director, costume designer and pedagogue. Performer of many characteristic and comedian Slovak and world classics roles, including works of Ivan Stodola, Jozef Gregor Tajovský, Molière, Alexander Ostrovsky, Aleksander Fredro.
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