Actress Olívia Velez died at the age of 70, writes szinhaz.online.
Olívia Velez was born on May 8, 1951. After graduating from high school, he worked for a pantomime company in Szeged, and in 1975 he graduated from the College of Theater and Film Arts with András Békés. He went to the same class with József Gyabronka and Magdolna Menszátor.
After the college, he was contracted by the Gergely Csiky Theater in Kaposvár, where he was seen in such theatrical roles as Sarlotta Ivanovna in the Cherry Orchard or the Magdalene of the Relatives.
After graduating, he performed in a pantomime company in Szeged. He graduated from the Budapest College of Theater and Film Arts, where he attended between 1971 and 1975. After that, the Gergely Csiky Theater in Kaposvár was contracted. From 1979 to 1986 he was a member of the MAFILM company. He married director László Vámos in 1976, from whom he had two daughters.
In 1974, viewers were able to meet him in the film Golden Calf. In 1978, he played the character of Czipra in the Hungarian television series Mire Vénülnek. In the same year, he played Cordella in the film Screened King Lear. In 1980, Long Live Equality! starred in Ilka. In addition to acting, it is also synchronized.
Ibsen: The Enemy of the People (as Petra)
Lillian Hermann: Old-Fashioned Games (Lily)
Brecht: The Caucasus Chalk Circle (as Governor)
Chekhov: Cherry Orchard (as Sarlotta Ivanovna)
Zsigmond Móricz: Relatives (in the role of Magdalene)
Euripides: Bakkhan Women (1st Semiconductor)
Agatha Christie: Egérfogó: (Miss Casewell)
János Kerekes- Tibor Barabás – Béla Gádor: State Department Store (Gizi)
Movie and TV roles:
Golden Calf (TV, 1974)
By the time we get older (TV series, 1978): Czipra
King Lear (TV, 1978): Cordelia
Long live equality! (1980): Ilka, daughter of Count Ábrányi
Where Was Where Was Not (1987)
Hatosfogat (Stagecoach): Lucy Mallory (Louise Platt)
Lady without camellias (La signora senza camelie)
Who are you? (Who is who)