Alexej Pyško

Host Činohry

Graduate from the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (acting) in 1980. Afterwards, he accepted an engagement at the State Theatre in Ostrava, where he stayed until 1987. Followed by a short season without engagement, where he performed several guest roles in the National Theatre, he accepted a offer to be a official member of National Theatre drama department, where we have already seen him in about fifty roles - among them, e. g.: Demise in “Tartuffe” by Moliére, Poins in “Henry IV” by Shakespeare, Schürzinger in “Cazimir and Carolina” by Ödön von Horvath and many more. Currently he performs Count de Guiche in Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac”, Forrest in “Richard III” by Shakespeare, Shamrayev in Chekhov’s “Seagull” or Minister in “What happened after Nora left her Husband” by Elfriede Jelinek. He performs as a guest in many other theatres, he is a theatre producer (he founded “Summer Shakespeare festival in Prague”) and he is art director of Theatre Palace, since 2006. He is a legendary czech dubbing actor and director.


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