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Sándor Lázár (1955–2005)

Sándor Lázár was born in 1955. He was an actor, known for Szeress most! (2003), Bajor-show (2004) and Tea (2002). He died on August 22, 2005 in Pomáz, Hungary. See full bio »

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(age 50) in Pomáz, Hungary

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Szeress most! Inspector
(2005)
Bajor-show Comrade
(2004)
Tea Actor
(2003)
Szeret, nem szeret Clerk / Greengrocer / Seller / Team Leader / Waiter
(2002-2003)

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 2005 Szeress most! (TV Series)
Inspector
- A Szabadság ára (2005) ... Inspector
- A Másodszülött (2005) ... Inspector
- Ördögi szerencse (2005) ... Inspector
- Az ártatlanság nem elég (2005) ... Inspector
 2004 Gáspár (TV Movie)
Principal of the orphanage
 2004 Bajor-show (TV Series)
Comrade
- Episode #1.4 (2004) ... Comrade
 2002-2003 Szeret, nem szeret (TV Series short)
Team Leader / Greengrocer / Waiter / ...
- Paintball csatán (2003) ... Team Leader
- A Piacon (2003) ... Greengrocer
- A Taxiban (2003)
- A Férfisztriptízbárban (2002) ... Waiter
- Az ócskapiacon (2002) ... Seller
 2003 Tea (TV Series)
 1997 Tiny Heroes (Hungarian version, voice)
 1995 Aaron's Magic Village
Schmendrick, az asztalos (Hungarian version, voice)
 1989 Margarétás dal (TV Movie)

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