Attila Szabó

Attila Szabó



Attila Szabó is a Hungarian actor best known for his roles in films such as The Painted Bird, The Notebook, and The Door. Born in Budapest on February 4, 1967, he has been in the acting business since his early teens. He began his career in television, appearing on several Hungarian series and films including Szerelemre hangolva, Szerelmesfilm, and Szerelemtanár.

In 2000, Szabó made his feature film debut in the Hungarian comedy-drama, The Painted Bird, in which he played a Jewish boy. The film won numerous awards at several international film festivals, including the Grand Prize at the Venice Film Festival.

In 2003, Szabó received international recognition for his performance in the Hungarian drama, The Notebook, which won the Silver Bear for Best Film at the Berlin International Film Festival. In this film, he played a young man who is determined to marry a woman from a higher social class, despite her disapproving father.

He went on to star in numerous other films including the Hungarian historical drama, The Door, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival. In the film, Szabó plays the role of a man who is struggling to survive in a concentration camp.

In recent years, Szabó has continued to work both in Hungary and abroad, appearing in films such as A Good Day to Die Hard, The Expendables 2, and Hercules. He has also worked as a voice actor, lending his voice to the Hungarian dubs of films such as The Smurfs and The Lego Movie.

In addition to his acting career, Szabó is an avid photographer and traveler. He has traveled around the world, capturing images of his travels and documenting his experiences on his blog. He is also an animal lover and advocate for animal rights.

Attila Szabó is an internationally recognized actor who has worked on both the big and small screen. He is an incredibly versatile actor, able to take on both comedic and dramatic roles. He is also a passionate photographer and traveler, and an advocate for animal rights. With a career spanning more than two decades, Szabó continues to entertain audiences around the world.

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