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Judit Jónás

Judit Jónás was born on January 8, 1964 in Bercel, Hungary. She is an actress, known for Oscar Wilde: Salome (1988), Brazilok (2017) and Colossal Sensation! (2004). See full bio »

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Brazilok Roma Asszony II
Colossal Sensation! Gypsy woman


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 2018 Lajkó - Cigány az ürben
 2017 Brazilok
Roma Asszony II
 2005 Dallas Pashamende
 2004 Colossal Sensation!
Gypsy woman
 2004 The District
Rózsi (voice)
 1995 Kisváros (TV Series)
 1995 Kis Romulusz (TV Series)
- Episode #1.3 (1995)
 1992 Az utolsó táltos (TV Movie)
 1991 Tizenkilenc késszúrással (TV Movie)
 1990 Ekkehard (TV Mini-Series)
- Es ist Krieg (1990)
 1989 Almási, avagy a másik gyilkos (TV Movie)
Anna Belmont
 1988 Oscar Wilde: Salome (TV Movie)
 1988 Peer Gynt (TV Movie)
 1987 Bernarda Alba háza (TV Movie) (as Jónás Jutka)
 1970 Zenés TV színház (TV Series)
- A vén gavallér (1970)
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 1993 Habisti (TV Series)
Herself - Host

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Alternate Names:

Jónás Jutka

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Won the Ki Mit Tud? (Hungary's National Talent Contest) in 1984. In the final, she chose to recite the poem 'Kései sirató' (by Attila József), which was associated with the legendary Zoltán Latinovits. By that time Judit knew that she got enrolled at the Theatre Academy, so she thought she had nothing to lose. Her brave choice led to national success - even infamous actor/director Tamás Major ... See more »

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