Zoltán Gyöngyösi got the Junior Príma Award! In 2021 the young actor of Vígszínház won the prestigious prize, which was founded with the aim to encourage and drive the young talents to evolve in their career.
He plays Lüke and the Policeman in Shakespeare’s comedy Love’s Labours Lost, is portraying more characters in The One Who Has Nobody Under the Blue Sky, just as well as in the performance The Great Dictator. He showed his acrobatic skills in Baal staged by Csaba Horváth, and was fascinating as First Detective in Liliom. He is portraying the fate of George Wilson, the tragedy of a common man in The Great Gatsby with moving authenticity, while in the Playboy of the Western World we can see him picturing the beau of the leading lady with loving clumsiness and humor. As the protagonist in our latest premiere Children of Paradise he charms the audience as a pantomime artist with delicate gestures and impressive moving skills. His especially benevolent temper, his modesty, his constant mood for playing, and his sense of humor make him an exceptional valued actor of his generation.
Congratulations to Zoli and to all other artists for this award!