June 13, 2018
Bela Paudits, 68, was transported to the hospital last Friday after having a stroke in his home. His caretaker informed the Story magazine of his death.
Béla Paudits was born on 19 August 1949 in Budapest. Between 1968 and 1972 he studied at the College of Theater and Film, and in 1986 he completed the College of Catering.
From 1972 to 1974, Attila József Theater, from 1974 to 1983, member of the Madách Theater; Between 1983 and 1985, and since 1997 he was freelancer. Between 1993 and 1997 he lived in Toronto. In 1993 he was awarded the Mari Jászai Prize.
He has seen audiences in several TV shows, major stage performances: Osrick (Shakespeare: Hamlet); Antal Fusz (Molnár: One, Two, Three); Charley (Thomas: Charley's sister); Barber Assistant (Molnár: Harmony); Charles (Hubay-Vas-Ránki: Three nights of love); Moncrief Algernon (Wilde: Bunbury); Giliszta Jack (Brecht-Weill: Awakening and Fall of the Mahagonny); Borracchio (Shakespeare: A lot of cool for nothing); Mr. Oxenby (Harwood: The Dressup); Quaxo (Rice-Webber: Cats); Puppet (Sobol: Ghetto); József (Rice-Lloyd Webber: József and the color widescreen sleeping coat); Conferences (Kander: Kabaré).
Born: 8/19/1949, Budapest, Hungary
Died: 6/13/2018, Budapest, Hungary
Béla Paudits’s western – actor:
Hol colt, hol nem colt (TV) – 1980 (cowboy)