Zsombor Ertl was born in 1996 in Budapest. He finished Kodály Zoltán Hungarian Choir High school in 2015, then he got accepted to the University of Theatre and Film Budapest. He graduated in the class of László Marton, Géza Hegedűs D. and Péter Forgács in 2020. He did his professional practice at Vígszínház, he is a member of the theatre since 2020. The audience can also know him from television, since he played in the Series Good Guys and Our little village.
He performed among others in The Idiot, War and Peace, Liliom, Love’s Labours Lost, The Great Dictator and The One Who Has Nobody Under the Blue Skies. He portrays with fascinating authenticity Nick Carraway, one of the leading roles of The Great Gatsby, and he fascinates as Baracs Iván in Mickey, the Magnete with his voice.