Zuzana Fialová

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Zuzana Fialová
Born (1974-05-17) May 17, 1974 (age 39)
Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Occupation actress, director
Years active 1989-present
Employer SND, Bratislava (2003[1]-2010)
Organization VŠMU, Bratislava
Children David (1997)
Website
Slovak National Theatre

Zuzana Fialová (born 17 May 1974 in Bratislava, ČSSR) is a Slovak actress.[2]

She attended the music and drama department at the Conservatory in Bratislava, and in 1998 graduated acting studies at the drama faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. Currently she is preparing for a graduate degree. She is divorced and has a son.

In 2006, she won the first season of the Slovak version of Dancing with the Stars entitled Let's Dance.

In January 2011, Fialová was among those injured in the Domodedovo International Airport bombing.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Director
Cinema
1992 Veľkonočný sen Lucia Šebová
1993 Prípad na vidieku Stanislav Párnický
1994 Vášnivé známosti (Lusty Liaisons) David Kellogg
1996 Jaškov sen Eduard Grečner
2001 Babí léto (Autumn Spring) Vladimír Michálek
2004 Zostane to medzi nami Miroslav Šindelka
2006 Obsluhoval jsem anglického krále (I Served the King of England ) Jiří Menzel
Pravidla lži (Rules of Lies) Robert Sedláček
Veľké šťastie Ľubomír Vajdička
2007 Medvídek (Teddy Bear) Jan Hřebejk
2008 Wino truskawkowe (Strawberry Wine) Dariusz Jabłoński
2009 Bratislavafilm Jakub Kroner
Il caso dell'infedele Klara Roberto Faenza
Tango s komármi Miloslav Luther
2011 Lidice Petr Nikolaev
2012 Aftermath (Pokłosie) Władysław Pasikowski

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
Television
2006 Let's Dance
  • Best Dancer
Herself and Peter Modrovský Won
OTO Award[A]
  • Best Actress
Various TV performances Won[4]
2007 Won[4]
2008 Nominated[4]
Stage
2003
  • Talent Award
  • Best Actor Under 30 Years
Won[5]
2004 DOSKY Award
  • Best Actress
Arabian Night by Roland Schimmelpfennig Nominated[6]
2005 Hypermarket by Viliam Klimáček Nominated[7]
LitFond Reward
  • Outstanding Performance
Won[8]
2006 Valčík náhody by Victor Haïm Won[9]
To Najlepšie z Humoru Festival
  • Jury Prize
Won[10]
2007 DOSKY Award
  • Best Actress
Nominated[11]
2008 LitFond Reward
  • For Theatre
Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy Won[12]
Notes
  • A ^ APA published only Top 3 positions until 2008. In 2008, the actress was ranked at number #3 (following the winning Diana Mórová, and Michaela Čobejová as the second).[4]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2002/2003". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 12. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  2. ^ "Zuzana Fialová" (in Slovak). osobnosti.sk. Retrieved 24 January 2011. 
  3. ^ Terenzani, Michaela (January 25, 2011). "Slovak actress Fialová remains in a Russian hospital after bomb blast". The Slovak Spectator. 
  4. ^ a b c d "OTO Awards - Zuzana Fialová". Art Production Agency. Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. anketaoto.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  5. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2002/2003". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 320. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  6. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2002/2003". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 317. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  7. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2004/2005". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 355. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  8. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2005/2006". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 399. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  9. ^ "Annual Awards For Theatre And Audio Art". Lierature Fund. Literárny fond. litfond.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  10. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2006/2007". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 451. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  11. ^ "Slovak Theatrical Season 2006/2007". The Theatre Institute. Divadelný ústav. p. 445. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)
  12. ^ "Annual Rewards For Theatre". Lierature Fund. Literárny fond. litfond.sk. Retrieved 2011-09-08. (Slovak)

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