Andrea Osvárt

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The native form of this personal name is Osvárt Andrea. This article uses the Western name order.
Andrea Osvárt
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Born Andrea Klára Osvárt
(1979-04-25) 25 April 1979 (age 35)
Budapest, Hungary
Occupation Actor, Producer, former fashion model
Years active 2000–present

Andrea Klára Osvárt (born 25 April 1979) is a Hungarian actress and film producer, former fashion model. She was born in Budapest and grew up in Tamási, a small town in the south of Hungary. Her parents divorced when she was five. Her father is a veterinarian. She has 4 siblings: Judit, Roxana, Andras, and Marton. Osvárt attended N.2. Public School in Tamási, Zoltán Kodály's Italian-Hungarian High School, and Italian Faculty of Arts at Eötvös Loránd University.[1]

Career[edit]

She began modeling at the age of 16 and subsequently came second in the Hungarian "Look of the Year" competition in 1996. She moved to Budapest and began modeling professionally in Europe, Asia, and North America. She has also made more than 30 television commercials.

She played a small role in the film Spy Game, which starred Robert Redford and Brad Pitt. She decided to leave behind modeling and focus on her acting career. She attended one year at the Földessy Margit Acting School in Budapest. She was later admitted in the biennial International Acting School in Rome, Italy, where she has lived since 2003. She also attended a screen-writing course at the Schilling-Moharos Screenwriter School in Hungary. [2]

She is fluent in Hungarian, English, and Italian and speaks some German and French.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2013 Aftershock Monica US movie
2012 Transporter: The Series Carla Valeri TV series
2012 Expired Producer short
2011 Maternity Blues Clara, Co-producer
2011 The Sunday Woman Anna Carla Dosio TV series
2010 Visions of Murder Annalisa Dossi TV movie
2010 The End Is My Beginning Saskia Terzani
2010 The Swing Girls Alexandra Lescano TV mini-series (two episodes: "Prima parte" and "Seconda parte")
2010 Lo scandalo della Banca Romana Renata TV mini-series
2009 Sisi Kaiserin Eugenie TV mini-series (Part 2)
2009 Poligamy Girl 13
2009 The Valley Giulia
2009 Duplicity Stunning Blonde
2008 Una piccola storia Martina
2008 Soundtrack Linda
2007 2061 - An exceptional year Unna
2007 Il rabdomante Harja
2007 Pompei Valeria TV mini-series
2007 Two Tigers Gilda
2007 Exodus Sarah TV movie
2006 The Dark Sea Valentina Martini
2005 Casanova Fair Haired Beauty uncredited
2005 Il bell'Antonio Julia TV mini-series
2005 The Clan Patricia
2005 La caccia Tania TV movie
2004 Sara May Ragazza in corridoio
2004 Diritto di difesa Nadia TV series (one episode: "La trappola")
2004 Surface Surface short
2003 Tea Florist TV series (one episode: "Romantika")
2003 Kistestvér Orsolya Kalmár
2001 Spy Game Muir's Cousin uncredited
2001 Első generáció Csilla TV series (episodes #1.6-10)
2000 Contaminated Man Hotel Maid

Television[edit]

  • First Generation, directed by Szilard Szabo (2001)
  • Tea, directed by Gabor Herendi (sitcom; 2003)
  • Right of Defense, directed by Gianfranco Lazotti and Donatella Majorca (television episode: "The Trap"; 2004)
  • Hunting, directed by Massimo Spano (2005)
  • The bell'Antonio, directed by Maurizio Zaccaro (2005)
  • Exodus - Dreams of Ada, directed by Gianluigi Calderone (2006)
  • Pompeii, directed by Giulio Base (2006)
  • 58 ° Festival di Sanremo (2008), with Pippo Baudo, Piero Chiambretti and Bianca Guaccero (co-host)
  • The scandal of the Banca Romana, directed by Stefano Reali (2009)
  • Sissi, directed by Xaver Schwarzenberger (2009)


Prizes and awards[edit]

  • Golden Globes, Italy (2012) European Golden Globe for Maternity Blues
  • Silver Ribbons, Italy (2012) Biraghi Award as Best Young Actress for Maternity Blues
  • International Flaiano Awards (2011) Best Actress for The Swing Girls
  • Monte-Carlo Television Festival (2011) Best Actress for The Swing Girls (shared with Lotte Verbeek & Elise Schaap)
  • Filmspray (2009) — Best Actress for Il rabdomante, which won the prize for Best Film
  • Pro Urbe Tamási (2009) — award for activities in favor of the Hungarian town
  • WIFI (Women In Film Italy) Award (2007) — Best Newcomer

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