Iván Kamarás

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Iván Kamarás
Kamarás Iván.jpg
Ivan Kamaras photographed by
Anna Kirschner in 2011
Born (1972-12-22) 22 December 1972 (age 42)
Pécs, Hungary
Nationality Hungarian
Occupation Actor
Notable work Agent Steel in Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Tibor Orban in Silent Witness
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Website
http://www.ivankamaras.com

Ivan Kamaras (born 22 December 1972)[1] is a Hungarian actorwho became first known worldwide for his role as Agent Steel in the 2008 superhero fantasy thriller Hellboy II: The Golden Army, directed by Guillermo del Toro.[2] In January 2011, he played a Hungarian detective, Tibor Orban, in Bloodlines, the fourth episode in the 14th series of the BBC crime drama Silent Witness.[3] In 2014 he played the role of Rasputin in the two-part History Channel miniseries Houdini.[4] He lives in Santa Monica, California.

Personal life[edit]

Kamarás was born and raised in Pécs, Hungary.[5] His mother, Teodóra Uhrik, and his stepfather, Pál Lovas, were both ballet dancers, and much of his childhood was spent in theatres.[6] When he was seven, the family acquired a recording of the 1980 BBC production of Hamlet starring Derek Jacobi as Hamlet and Patrick Stewart as Claudius. Kamarás fell in love with the role of Hamlet and within two or three years had learned Hamlet's monologues from the play by heart. He was in elementary school when he became a regular member of an amateur acting company and by the time he was in high school he played his first serious role in a performance of the Pecs Chamber Theater.[7] From 1991 to 1995, he studied at the Academy of Theatre and Film in Budapest.[8]

Following that he worked for some major theatrical companies and alternative theater groups in addition to becoming one of Hungary's leading actors. By 2009 he was still performing on stage at various theaters but he felt a strong desire to concentrate more on movies. To further develop himself in this area and gain international exposure he decided to move to the United States. First he studied directing then he took several film making and acting courses for a number of years.[9] Based on his Hungarian and American studies and experience he teaches acting classes at the first accredited Hungarian school specialized in training movie actors, which opened its doors to students in the fall of 2012.[10][11]

His hobbies include sports and fitness training. He likes to promote charitable causes. Since 2014 he is an Ambassador for the "Keznyom" campaign of SOS Children's Villages in Hungary.[12][13][14]

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

From 1995 until 1997 he was a member of the Budapest Chamber Theatre,[15] between 1997 and 2008 a member of the Comedy Theatre of Budapest. He won widespread admiration for his first role playing Othello at the age of 23 in 1995.[16] For the Budapest Chamber Theatre he has also starred as Horst in Martin Sherman’s Bent (1996),[17] Treplyov in Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull (1997),[18] Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire in 1999 (a role he had previously played for the National Theatre of Győr in 1997),[19] Romeo in Romeo and Juliet (1998), and James Tyrone Jr in A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill (2003).[20]

For the Comedy Theatre of Budapest he has played Wayne in Ben Elton’s Popcorn (1998), Alyosha in an adaptation of Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov (1999), Edmund in King Lear (2001), Su Fu in Brecht’s The Good Person of Szechwan (2001), Raskolnikov in an adaptation of Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment (2001),[21] Eugenio in The Coffee House by Carlo Goldoni (2005), Benedict in Much Ado About Nothing (2007),[22] and Trofimov and Pjotr Sergeyevich in The Cherry Orchard (2007).

He has also played Julien Sorel in an adaptation of The Red and the Black by Stendhal for Gyor National Theatre (1995),[23] Brick in Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (2000) for the Pest Theatre, Antony in Antony and Cleopatra (2002) for the Pest Theatre, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester in Friedrich Schiller’s Mary Stuart (2006) for the Pest Theatre,[24] Christian in Festen for the Pest Theatre (2006), Jamie in Jason Robert Brown’s one-act musical two-hander The Last Five Years for the Palace of the Arts (2007), a role he debuted in Hungary,[25] and Ruy Blas in the Szeged National Theatre production of Victor Hugo's Ruy Blas (2009).

Film[edit]

Aside from his role as Agent Steel in Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Kamarás has had an extensive career in Hungarian cinema. Notable roles have included the hit bedroom farce Out of Order (1997),[26] in which he played a jealous boxer in pursuit of his errant girlfriend and her politician lover, the thriller Európa expressz (1999), in which he played Jimmy, a man who becomes caught up in events when the train he is in is hijacked by a Russian mafia boss, and more recently the cult comedy GlassTiger 3 (2010),[27] in which he played Ferenc Csopkai, a rich lawyer who pursues the bumbling heroes after they steal his car and with it a huge sum in cash. In 2013 Kamarás starred in the film Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz.

Television[edit]

In addition to Silent Witness – in which his character, detective Tibor Orban, helped to uncover a baby-farming racket in Budapest while trying to track down series regular, forensic pathologist Dr Harry Cunningham[28] – Kamarás has played Pipin, the son of Charlemagne, in the miniseries Charlemagne (1993); Louis II, King of Hungary, in the costume drama Mohacs (1995); Ivan, a man who becomes obsessed on his wedding day with his newly met twin sister in Alice and the Seven Wolves (2009);[29] and the machiavellian nightclub owner and antihero Evil in the 10-part drama First Generation (2001).[30] He was also the creative force behind Mobile Poem, a series of poetry readings done by notable Hungarian actors and filmed on mobile phone, which screened on the Hungarian TV channel MTV1 in 2009.[31]

Music[edit]

He has released two solo pop albums – Bombajó (2000),[32] and Revelation (2005)[33] – and been a contributor to two others, So We Sing (2003) and Actor Songs (2009).

Directing[edit]

Kamarás has shot an experimental film on his mobile phone, Sigh,[34] which was inspired by the Yukio Mishima drama Aoi no Ue and which screened at the Hungarian Film Festival in 2005 and the Moziünnep film festival in 2006.[35] He undertook a course in directing at UCLA in 2009 and in the same year directed a production of Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin at Keszthely Castle, Hungary.[36]

Awards[edit]

  • Szinikritikusok critics’ award (1996) for Othello,[37]
  • Andor Ajtay memorial award (2000), recived annually to the best actor and actress in the Comedy Theatre of Budapest,[38]
  • Hegedűs Gyula award (2000) for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,[39]
  • Súgó Csiga díj (2003) a prize for most popular actor voted for by audiences,[40]
  • Mari Jászai Award (2006) a state award given in recognition for acting excellence, is the premier award of national dramatic artists,[41]
  • VII. National Theatre Festival of Pécs (2007) for best male actor of the year award for Festen,[42][43]
  • Gold Medallion Award (2012) actor of the year audience award[44]

Theatrical roles[edit]

Number of his registered theatrical presentations in the Hungarian Theatre Database : 56.[45]

Date of the presentation Theatre Play (director) Role
January 2011 Katona József Theatre Presnyakov brothers: Playing the Victim (directed by Vilmos Vajdai)
hungarian title: Cserenadrág
Verhuskin
30 January 2009 Szeged National Theatre Victor Hugo: Ruy Blas (directed by István Zamenák) Ruy Blas
5 December 2008 Budapest Moulin Rouge Gergely Zöldi: Bonnie and Clyde media gangster romance (directed by György Bőhm) Clyde
20 October 2008 Óbuda Social Club Guest at the west table (literary editor Zoltán Fráter) himself
5 April 2008 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Pierre Beaumarchais: The Marriage of Figaro or the Day of Madness (directed by Enikő Eszenyi) Count Almaviva, governor of Andalusia
3 November 2007 Comedy Theatre of Budapest William Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing (directed by Enikő Eszenyi) Benedetto
29 September 2007 Hero’s Square, Budapest The Birth of a Country (directed by Sándor Román)
Original title: Szent István – Egy ország születése
Szent László
4 July 2007 Károlyi Garden, Budapest Yvette Bozsik Company: Cabaret Berlin (directed by Yvette Bozsik)
18 March 2007 Comedy Theatre of Budapest A. P. Chekhov: The Cherry Orchard (directed by Róbert Alföldi) Trofimov, Pjotr Sergeyevich
5 January 2007 Palace of Arts Budapest, Festival Theatre Jason Robert Brown: The Last Five Years (directed by György Bőhm) Jamie
7 October 2006 Pest Theatre Thomas VinterbergMogens RukovBo Hansen: Festen (directed by Enikő Eszenyi) Christian
30 April 2006 Home Theatre Emese Vasvári Yukio Mishima: Aoi (directed by Emese Vasvári) Hikaru
2006 TÁP Theatre Everything Is Bad Variety Show (directed by Vilmos Vajdai)
Original title: Minden Rossz Varieté
well-known celebrity, celeb[46]
20 January 2006 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Maurice Maeterlinck: The Blue Bird (directed by Sándor Zsótér) The Fairy Bérylune, Light, The Oak, Neighbour Berlingot, Neighbour Berlingot’s little daughter
8 October 2006 Pest Theatre Friedrich Schiller: Mary Stuart (directed by Róbert Alföldi) Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester
5 July 2005 Gyula Castle Theatre Chaplet of Shakespeare - theatre, theatre, theatre (directed by Attila Vidnyánszky) participant
18 March 2005 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Carlo Goldoni: The Coffee House (directed by Péter Valló) Eugenio
8 October 2004 Sándor Hevesi Theatre, Zalaegerszeg Imre Madách: The Tragedy of Man (directed by József Ruszt) Lucifer
8 April 2004 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Nikolai Gogol: The Inspector (directed by Péter Valló) Ivan Aleksandrovich Hlestakov, inspector from Saint Petersburg
17 January 2004 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Gyula Krúdy: The Crimson Coach (directed by Géza Tordy) Kázmér Rezeda
7 March 2003 Tivoli, Budapest Chamber Theatre Eugene O'Neill: A Moon for the Misbegotten (directed by Géza Tordy) James Tyrone Jr.
30 December 2002 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Mihály Eisemann – Imre Egri-Halász – István Békeffi: A Kiss and Nothing More (directed by Géza Hegedűs D.) Sándor
13 April 2002 Pest Theatre William Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra (directed by Enikő Eszenyi) Antony
21 December 2001 Comedy Theatre of Budapest William Shakespeare: King Lear (directed by Gábor Tompa) Edmund, natural Son to Gloucester
6 October 2001 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Bertolt Brecht: The Good Person of Szechwan (directed by Sándor Zsótér) Su Fu, barber
20 April 2001 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Crime and Punishment (directed by Géza Tordy) Raskolnikov
13 October 2000 Tivoli, Budapest Chamber Theatre Arthur Miller: Death of a Salesman (directed by Pál Sándor) Biff
19 February 2000 Pest Theatre Tennessee Williams: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (directed by Gábor Máté) Brick
2 December 1999
(role taken over in March 2004)
Tivoli, Budapest Chamber Theatre Tennessee Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire (directed by Géza Tordy) Stanley
16 October 1999 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Fyodor Dostojevsky: The Brothers Karamazov (directed by János Szikora) Ilyusha
1999 Szeged Open-Air Theatre Tibor Déry: An Imaginary Report on an American Pop Festival (directed by Balázs Kovalik) József
7 May 1999 Pest Theatre Attila Réthly: Dead or Alive (directed by Attila Réthly) Günter
27 February 1999 Pest Theatre Here There Over There (directed by István Horvai):
Chekhov: The Wedding
Bertolt Brecht: A Respectable Wedding
Ilf and Petrov: Sensual Passion

Babelmandebskiy
Hans
Chulanov
1998 Comedy Theatre of Budapest Ben Elton: Popcorn (directed by László Marton) Wayne
1998 Tivoli, Budapest Chamber Theatre William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet (directed by József Ruszt) Romeo
30 November 1997 Pest Theatre Róbert Alföldi: The Phaedra Story (directed by Róbert Alföldi) Hippolutos
15 February 1997 Budapest Chamber Theatre – Ericsson Studio A.P. Chekhov: The Sea-Gull (directed by Róbert Alföldi) Treplyov
1997 Győr National Theatre Tennessee Williams: A Streetcar Named Desire (directed by Csaba Kiss) Stanley
1996 Budapest Chamber Theatre Martin Sherman: Bent (directed by Róbert Alföldi) Horst
1996 Budapest Chamber Theatre József Katona: Bánk Bán (directed by József Ruszt) Ottó
28 January 1996 Pest Theatre László Dés – Péter Geszti – Pál Békés: The Jungle Book (directed by Géza Hegedûs D.) Shere Khan
1995 Budapest Chamber Theatre Pedro Calderón de la Barca: The Constant Prince Muley
1995 Győr National Theatre Stendhal: The Red and the Black (directed by György Bőhm) Julien Sorel
28 October 1995 Budapest Chamber Theatre William Shakespeare: Othello (directed by József Ruszt) Othello His first widely acclaimed performance both by professionals and audiences.

Theatre Directing[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Stationary short Hungary
1996 Ezüstnitrát France-Italy-Hungary
1996 Bolse vita Árva Hungary
1996 A bűvész short Hungary
1997 A miniszter félrelép Marosi Róbert Hungary
1998 Európa expressz Jimmy Hungary
1999 A Morel fiú Géza short Hungary
2000 Fehér alsó Hungary
2001 A csodálatos mandarin Tramp short Hungary
2001 Vademberek István Hungary
2002 Szerelem utolsó vérig Dandy Hungary
2002 Szent Iván napja Székely Iván Hungary
2002 Somlói galuska short Hungary
2003 Libiomfi színész a válogatáson Hungary
2005 Sóhajok iPhonefilm Hungary 50 min Actor, Director, Cinematographer, Producer
2005 Le a fejjel! Kozár, a bérgyilkos Hungary
2006 Semleges hely Man short Hungary
2008 Para Viktor Hungary
2008 Hellboy II: The Golden Army Agent Steel United States
2009 Team Building Sanyi Hungary
2010 Igazából apa Bálint Hungary
2010 Sudden Death! Thug United States
2010 Üvegtigris 3. Dr. Csopkai Ferenc Hungary
2010 A tüke fenomén Himself documentary Hungary
2011 A Love Affair of Sorts Boris United States
2012 Blood and High Heels Ivan Milkov short Hungary
2012 Aglaja Milo Hungary
2012 Rabbi vagy miazisten Tibi short Hungary
2012 The Mark Phillyp Turk United States
2013 The Mark: Redemption Phillyp Turk Netherlands
2013 A Good Day to Die Hard G-Wagon Driver United States
2013 100 Degrees Below Zero Dr. Goldschein United States
2013 The Developer the Jumpsuit Guy short Hungary
2013 World War Z Gambling Soldier United States
2014 Üzenet Nyurga short Hungary
2013 Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz Fyodor United Kingdom
2014 Dumapárbaj Kész átverés show műsorvezető Hungary
2014 Megdönteni Hajnal Tímeát Róbert Hungary
2014 Apám megmutatja Miklós short Hungary
2014 A győztes[47] Kovács István (in 1980) short Hungary
2015 Spy United States
2015 Lámpagyújtogatók Himself Hungary

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1994 Charlemagne, le prince à cheval
(Episodes: L'empereur, Le roi)
Prince Pippin Mini-Series
1996 Othello[48] Othello theater TV coverage (Budapest Chamber Theatre)
1996 Mohács Louis II of Hungary[49] The TV film won the hungarian Film Critics Award 1996 ″Best TV Feature″ prize[50]
1996 Egy csésze fekete (A cup of black...) Mini-Series (from the most interesting crimes of the XXth century, 3 parts)[51][52]
1998 Hölgyválasz (Episode: Career) Himself Series
1999 Családi album Series
1999 Esti showder Himself TV show
2001 Első generáció Evil Series
2001 Mikor síel az oroszlán? The man in Semmering
2003 Szeret, nem szeret Himself Series short
2006 Köszönet a szabadság hőseinek Miklós (in 1956) (A film from the Hungarian Revolution of 1956)
2007 Szent István - Egy Ország Születése Ladislaus I of Hungary (Historical Rock Musical 2007, Hero Square (Exclusive Open Air Stage), Budapest[53])
2009 MobilVers Himself[54] Idea from Iván Kamarás, Cinematographer (a series of poetry)
2009 Beugró Himself TV show
2009 Alíz és a hét farkas Iván
2009 Hús vétkek
2009 Találd ki magad!
2011 Silent Witness (Episodes: Bloodlines Part 1-2) Tibor Orban Series
2011 Feljegyzések az egérlyukból Zverkov (adaptation)
2012 Százbólegy Strange Man Series
2013 Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste Fiore Series
2013 Strike Back Skander HBO-Series
2013 Dracula Auctioneer Series
2014 Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond German Officer - Von Ostheim Mini-Series
2014 Houdini (Part1: Rasputin) Rasputin Mini-Series
2015 Kossuthkifli[55] Péntek Kajetán Series

Sync[edit]

Selectoin from the Hungarian Online Sync Database[56]

Title Role Actor/Actress Notes
The Wire Russell ’Stringer’ Bell Idris Elba
Nigel Boswell Agent006 Clive Owen
Valiant Gixer Ricky Gervais
Superman: Doomsday Clark Kent (Superman) Adam Baldwin
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Zaphod Beeblebrox Sam Rockwell
The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian Cornell John
The Reaping Doug Blackwell David Morrissey
The Lookout Gary Spargo Matthew Goode
Immigrants (L.A. Dolce Vita) Mr. Csapó Dan Castellaneta
Snitch John Matthews Dwayne Johnson
A Single Shot John Moon Sam Rockwell
The Nut Job Grayson Brendan Fraser

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0436442 Biography at imdb.com. Accessed 18 February 2011.
  2. ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0411477 www.imdb.com entry for Hellboy II: The Golden Army. Accessed 21 February 2011.
  3. ^ www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00y4xbl BBC One programmes - cast list for Silent Witness. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  4. ^ Jennifer Lafferty Adrien Brody Will Star in 'Houdini' Miniseries stack.com - August 18, 2014
  5. ^ www.imdb.com/name/nm0436442/ Biography on imdb.com. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  6. ^ www,baranyanet.hu "Many times, we took him with us to rehearsals": Interview with Pál Lovas, baranyanet.hu. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  7. ^ www.origo.hu Interview with Kamaras on June 17, 2005. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  8. ^ www.imdb.com/name/nm0436442/ Biography on imdb.com. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  9. ^ Kamarás Iván: "Besokalltam!" stop.hu 21 April 2011.
  10. ^ Webpage of "Go to Casting!" Film Acting School Tanárok (Teachers) (Accessed 14 April 2015)
  11. ^ Kamarás Iván Go to piknik!, sztarklikk.hu - 29 August 2013
  12. ^ Szily Nóra: Kamarás Iván: "Másoknak megfelelni nem ment annyira", life.hu - 6 August 2014
  13. ^ Kamarás Iván keresi az utat önmagához, velvet.hu - 18 July 2005
  14. ^ G.Zs.: Nagykövet lett Kamarás Iván, nlc.hu - 7 Oktober 2014
  15. ^ www.budapestiKamaraszinhaz.hu Website of the Budapest Chamber Theatre. Accessed 18 February 2011.
  16. ^ www.szinhaz.net/pdf/1996_04.pdf "Bérczes László: A Gyermek Halála: Othello: Kamaras Ivan". Review of Othello in the Hungarian theatre newspaper szinhaz.net. Accessed 20 February 2011. Also, www.criticailapok.hu, obituary and retrospective of the work of the director, Jozsef Ruszt. Accessed 24 February 2011. Also, www.youtube.com, full performance of Othello on YouTube.
  17. ^ A listing of theatre roles undertaken by Kamaras and verified by the Hungarian Theatre Museum and Institute can be found at www.ivankamaras.com and also at hu.wikipedia.org. Accessed 18 February 2011.
  18. ^ www.origo.hu Kamaras Ivan: "Nem bántam meg semmit": Interview with Kamaras on 17 June 2005 which refers to The Seagull. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  19. ^ www.terasz.hu "Magnified shadow", by Andrea Stuber, interview with Kamaras in which he discusses playing Stanley, Brick, Antony in Antony and Cleopatra and Othello. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  20. ^ velvet.hu "Kamaras Ivan szerelmes a motorjába": interview with Kamaras which refers to his role in A Moon for the Misbegotten, 18 May 2004. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  21. ^ www.nlcafe.hu "Azt gondoltam, hogy kiválasztott vagyok": interview with Kamarás in Nők Lapja Cafe online on 6 June 2001 in which he discusses playing Raskolnikov. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  22. ^ www.cosmopolitan.hu "Shakespeare: Sok hűhó semmiért", article in Cosmopolitan about Much Ado About Nothing in 14 February 2008. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  23. ^ Kurir, 28 November 1995, "Tombszoroset adja": interview with Kamaras in Hungarian newspaper Kurir. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  24. ^ www.kontextus.hu Cast list for Mary Stuart. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  25. ^ www.xpatloop.com/news "Unconventional Musical on Palace of Arts Programme." Accessed 21 February 2011.
  26. ^ www.imdb.com/title/tt0119677 Imdb.com entry for A miniszter félrelép (1997). Accessed 21 February 2011.
  27. ^ www.imdb.com/title/tt1683040 Imdb.com entry for GlassTiger 3 (2010). Accessed 21 February 2011.
  28. ^ www.guardian.co.uk "Silent Witness: has the BBC gone Harry potty?", article in The Guardian newspaper 26 January 2011. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  29. ^ hmdb.com Hungarian Film & TV database. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  30. ^ hmdb.com Hungarian Film & TV database. Accessed 20 February 2011.
  31. ^ www.ivankamaras.com Taken from ivankamaras.com. Accessed on 20 February 2011.
  32. ^ www.allmusic.hu Bombajó, accessed 21 February 2011; also www.ivankamaras.com, accessed 23 April 2011.
  33. ^ www.ivankamaras.com Revelation. Accessed 23 April 2011.
  34. ^ The opening 12 minutes of Sigh can be viewed here. Accessed 26 April 2011.
  35. ^ www.mancs.hu "Nincs megörökítve a munkánk" - Interview with Kamarás about Sigh in Magyar Narancs online 23 August 2007. Accessed 24 February 2011, and "Kamaras Ivan szokatlan kísérlete" at terminal.hu, interview with Kamaras on 10 August 2007. Accessed on 24 February 2011.
  36. ^ www.ivankamaras.com Accessed 21 February 2011.
  37. ^ Színházi Kritikusok Céhe weboage: Színikritikusok díja 1995/1996
  38. ^ The winner of the Andor Ajtay memorial award vigszinhaz.hu
  39. ^ The winner of the Hegedűs Gyula award vigszinhaz.hu
  40. ^ "Díjazottak 2003". Súgó. Archived from the original on 2003-08-10. Retrieved 2015-03-27. 
  41. ^ State honors and art awards - 2006, theater.hu - 16 marc 2006
  42. ^ VII. POSzT winners, archiv.poszt.hu (hozzáférés: 2015. március 26.)
  43. ^ http://www.storyonline.hu/hircikk/kamaras/2240/ "Kamaras Ivan kerüli a pszichológust": interview with Kamarás on 14 July 2007 in which he discusses some of his awards. A listing of his awards is also available at http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamarás_Iván. Accessed 24 February 2011.
  44. ^ Mészáros Márton: Bodrogi Gyula életműdíjat kapott, filmtekercs.hu - 14 December 2012
  45. ^ Hungarian Theatre Database: Performance database (Performances = Előadások), 26 March 2015
  46. ^ Kutszegi Csaba: Végre egy rossz színház! tapszinhaz.hu/Szabad Föld Online - 2006
  47. ^ Magyar Média Mecenatúra: A győztes - 2014. (hozzáférés: 2015. március 24.)
  48. ^ Shakespeare: Othello 1996 Bp-i Kamaraszínház, misogaeva.weebly.com - 23/6/2013
  49. ^ Szegő András: Kamarás Iván: „Szembe kellett néznem önmagammal”, nlcafe.hu - 22 february 2012
  50. ^ Awards archive filmkultura.hu - 21 december 1997
  51. ^ Geo-Film Produkciós Iroda: Produkciók, filmográfia Sorozatok, geofilm.hu - accessdate: 30-03-2015
  52. ^ Béla Paczolay, filmunio.eu - accessdate: 30-03-2015
  53. ^ Imre Czomba: The Birth of a Country (Szent István – Egy ország születése), czomba.com - 2007.
  54. ^ MobilVers: Pilinszky János: Te győzz le, Hungarian Audiovisual Archive - 15 january 2014
  55. ^ kossuthkifli.hu Actors
  56. ^ Kamarás Iván on the ISzDB

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