27 September 1979 |
Nagybátony, Nógrád County, Hungary
|Children||Milán and Lotti|
Görög specialized in drama at the Bródy Imre Grammar School in Budapest. She started modeling when she was 18; first job was an agnès b. fashion show in Paris with fellow model Laetitia Casta. She has since participated in campaigns for Mont Blanc, Benetton, Vodafone, Nivea, Coppertone and Nissan. She has also been featured in magazines such as Playboy, Maxima, and several others.
Görög was the host of the weekly TV shows Cinematrix and Megasztár (Pop Idol), the most viewed Hungarian talent show. Her film roles include parts in Den Of Lions, Café In The Sky, and several Hungarian movies. She is perhaps best known outside of Hungary for her brief appearances as the vampire elder "Amelia" in the films Underworld and Underworld: Evolution.
In a reported article it is known that Zita Görög divorced from her husband Attila Seres and it was known that he was gone for months citing the end of their relationship. However in a news article on 9 July 2012 it was discovered that Zita Görög is in a 'nascent' relationship with a man named Imre Rakonczai who is a former band member of the teen pop band called V.I.P.
In 2015, a Hungarian magazine group called HOT! Magazin posted on their Facebook page that Zita Görög has wed a man named Tamás Koltai. Reports stated that she was proposed repeatedly, before she said "yes." The former Idol co-host and former press officer of TV2's name came to light in June. It was also reported that they have been together for some time, and were looking to settle down for a long healthy relationship not as a 'dating' couple, but as a married couple. What transpired between now and then, between the two; of the wedding details and such is kept privately between the newlywed couple.
|2003||Den of Lions||Nico|
|2004||A Cafe in the Sky||Helena Seress|
|2005||Fej vagy írás||Mariann|
- Bulvar.hu (Hungarian)
- OSZK.hu - National Beauty Library (Hungarian)
- Zita Görög Playboy cover
- Zita Görög Maxima cover
- Axel.hu Archived 27 March 2010 at the Wayback Machine. (Hungarian)
- Blockbusteronline.com[permanent dead link] (English)
- Filmography (Hungarian)
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 9 December 2012. Retrieved 17 June 2013.
- "Öt eljegyzés után végre férjhez ment Görög Zita". Blikk.hu (in Hungarian). 28 December 2015. Retrieved 26 January 2016.
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