Kálmán Latabár

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Kálmán Latabár
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Born 24 November 1902
Kecskemét, Austro-Hungary
Died 12 January 1970
Budapest, Hungary
Occupation Film actor, Comedian
Years active 1935 - 1968
Spouse(s) Katalin Walter
Children Kálmán Latabár Jr.

Kálmán Latabár (1902–1970) was a Hungarian comedian and film actor, perhaps the country's most popular comic in the post-war years. "Latyi" reached his peak popularity during the war years and in the early days of Hungarian television, doing stand-up comedy, operettas and musicals, and comic routines in variety shows. A talented song-and-dance man, he had impeccable comic timing. Later in life he made several successful tours in Western Europe, Israel and America, idolized by the émigré Hungarian community. He was also a regular on the numerous theater stages of Budapest and of the provincial cities of the country.

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