B bábi, Tibor



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Básti, Juli (Julie) (10 August 1957 - ) – Actress. She graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in 1980. Among her teachers were Zsuzsa (Susan) Simon and Tamás (Thomas) Major. She was member of the Gergely Csíky Theater (Csíky Gergely Színház) of Kaposvár and of the National Theater (Nemzeti Színház), Budapest (1979). From 1984 she acted at the Katona József Theater (Katona József Színház), Kecskemét. She appeared in most of the classical Hungarian as well as foreign theatrical leading roles, more than 30 plays, among them as Helena in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer-Night’s Dream (Szenivánéji álom), Lady Anne in Richard III, Ophelia in Hamlet; Masa in Chechov’s Three Sisters (A három nővér); Ranzevszkaja in The Cherry Orchard (A Cseresznyéskert); Beatrice in Goldini’s Servant of Two Masters (Két úr szolgája); Nelli in Örkény’s Key-seekers (Kulcskeresők); Elmira in Molière’s Tartuffe, and Jenny in Brecht’s The Beggar’s Opera (Koldusopera). She appeared in more than 23 feature films, among them Split Ceiling (Kettévált mennyzet); Lost Illusions (Elveszett illúziók); The Red Countess (A vörös grófnő); Miss Arizona; Stalin’s Fiancé (Sztalin menyasszonya), and Glass Tiger (Üvegtigris). She is a recipient of the Best Female Role Prize, San Remo (1982), Moscow (1985), the Mari Jászai Prize (1985), the Film Critics’ Awards the Theater Critics Award (1980, 1983, 1986, 1990, 1992), the Erzsébet Prize (1992, 1994), the Déryné Prize and the Kossuth Prize (1993), Member of the Society of Immortals (2005), and the Officer Cross of Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary (2009). – B: 0871, 1439, 1445, T: 7617.→Major, Tamás.



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