Emil Horváth

Emil Horváth

About Emil Horváth

Emil Horváth

Emil Horváth

November 12, 1945

Place of Birth    :   Nitra, Slovakia
Also Known As    :   Emil Horváth ml.
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prof. Emil Horváth (* November 12, 1945, Nitra) is a Slovak actor, director and theater teacher. Son of actor Emil Jozef Horváth, husband of actress Viera Richterová. He graduated in acting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava in 1968. He was a member of the SNP Theater in Martin (1968 - 1976), then the New Stage in Bratislava (1976 - 1983). Since 1983, he has been a member of the Drama of the Slovak National Theater, where he has played a number of characters. In recent years, she has also directed (Caligula, Theatrical Comedy, Crazy Day, The Fourth Sister). As a director, he is also a guest at the West Theater in Bratislava (You Still Have Me, Darling, Inspector Drake and Perfect Crime), at the Andrej Bagar Theater in Nitra (… and I'm also a loser, Sylvia) and the State Theater Košice (Jožko Púčik and his career). He has starred in many films and television productions (Demeter, How Vinco Caught) and series (American Tragedy, 30 cases of Major Zeman). He co-directed two television films Still Two Farce… (1998) and The Torturous Secret (1999). He lectures on acting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, where he obtained the title of professor in 2005. Since May 2011, he has been the director of the SND drama. His son Tomáš is a literary scientist, writer and translator. In 2005, the President of the Slovak Republic awarded him the Council of Ľudovít Štúr II. class for significant merits in the field of cultural development.