Dublin Theatre Festival


Gergely Banki

Gergely Banki started acting at the age of 13. Between 1993 and 1995 he trained at the Uj Theatre’s studio in Budapest. In 1995 he joined Studio K, the oldest independent Hungarian company, where his roles included Gyulafi (Zách Klára) and Jacques (Jack or the Submission).
On the main stage of the Academy of Drama and Film he performed the Mad Gimpel and Eraste (Monsieur de Pourceaugnac).
He is a founding member of Kretakor, where he played in Teatro Godot and was awarded for the Best Supporting Role at the Independent Theatre Festival; the leading role in Little; Botond (Love or what you will); O.B. Double (Nexxt); Wolf (Liliom); Judge Samuel Sewall (Possessed after Miller’s Crucible); Doctor (W - Workers' Circus), Johann (Cold Child), Entertainer (Kasimir and Caroline), Leonce (Leonce and Lena), Minitauros (Phaidra), Man Waiting (Before/After), Gena in Sorokin’s The Ice, directed by Kornél Mundruczo, as well as himself in Blackland;
He got Special Mention at the National Student Theatre Festival for his role in Exercises in Style.
His films Schilling’s Nexxt, Selected Letters (Agnes Kocsis), Lemonhead (Viktor Bodó), Tom Tamas (Cserhati Gabi - Fabien Lartigue) and the winner of the 2005 Grand Prize at the Budapest Film Week, Black Brush.



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