actor, member of Baltazar Theatre since 2001
Márton had been dreaming about becoming an actor since his early childhood – and in Baltazar Theatre, he was finally able to realise that dream. When he steps onto the stage, he truly feels himself, and strives to do his best in every performance. Several of his colleagues are also his close friends, which is another reason he likes to perform in the Baltazar Company. He took up folk dancing when he was only three years old – he must have inherited his talent for dance from his father, who was a member of the Bihari Folk Dance Ensemble for many years. Even outside the theatre, Márton likes to spend his time creatively: by drawing, writing and playing the guitar. He is an ardent fan of musicals, and loves the productions of Madách Theatre. His favourite plays at Baltazar were A Bright and Distant Future, The Comet and Happy Hour. In the last, he took on two roles: that of a wolf and that of Apollo’s statue. He admits himself that these two roles fit his personality very well.