Blanka Bohdanová


October 25, 2021

Blanka Bohdanová (March 4, 1930 Pilsen - October 3, 2021 Prague) was a Czech actress, painter and artist, theater teacher, member of the National Theater in Prague, winner of the Thalia Award, winner of the František Filipovský Awards (1996, 1997) for dubbing. She has performed in more than 80 roles at the National Theater in Prague over the course of 50 years.


She has been playing theater since her childhood and also longed for art studies at the School of Ceramics, however, due to parental concerns during the Second World War, she graduated from the Pilsen Business Academy. After the war, she went to study at the Brno JAMU. After graduating in 1951, she spent her first theatrical engagement at the Regional East Bohemian Theater in Pardubice (1951–1957), then moved to Prague, where she first performed at the Municipal Theaters in Prague (1957–1960) and later at the E. F. Burian Theater. From 1966–2010 she was a member of the Drama of the National Theater in Prague. She also taught acting at the Prague Conservatory. In 1985, she received the title of Merited Artist. She also devoted herself to painting and graphics, and regularly exhibited her work not only in many places in the Czech Republic, but also abroad. [Source?]





Radio Games

2009 Noëlle Châtelet: The Woman Poppy (La femme coquelicot), dramatization on Czech Radio, translation: Jaromír Janeček, radio adaptation and direction by Lída Engelová, dramaturg Hynek Pekárek. Starring: Blanka Bohdanová and Lída Engelová.




Svatopluk Beneš: Being an Actor, Melantrich, Prague, 1992, pp. 95, 113–4 B. Bezouška, V. Pivcová, J. Švehla: Jan Pivec's Thespidian Car, Odeon, Prague, 1985, pp. 271, 291 František Černý: The Changing Face of Theater or Two Centuries with Prague Actors, Mladá fronta, Prague, 1978, p. 290 Czech theaters: encyclopedia of theater ensembles. Prague: Theater Institute, 2000. 615 pp. ISBN 80-7008-107-4. S. 63, 263, 529, 531. Miloš Fikejz. Czech film: actors and actresses. Part I: A – K. 1st edition (reprint). Prague: Libri, 2009. 750 pp. ISBN 978-80-7277-332-9. S. 86–88. Eva Högerová, Ljuba Klosová, Vladimír Justl: The Faust Heart of Karel Höger, Mladá fronta, Prague, 1994, pp. 330, 425, 447–8, ISBN 80-204-0493-7 Who's who: 91/92: Czech Republic, federal authorities of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic. Part 1, A – M. Prague: Who's Who, 1991. 636 pp. ISBN 80-901103-0-4. S. 69. Who is who: personalities of the Czech present: 5000 biographies / (Michael Třeštík editor). 5th ed. Prague: Agentura Kdo je kdo, 2005. 775 pp. ISBN 80-902586-9-7. S. 50. Collective of authors: The National Theater and its predecessors, Academia, Prague, 1988, p. 37 Personalities - Czech: Otto 's Dictionary. Praha: Ottovo nakladatelství, 2008. 823 pp. ISBN 978-80-7360-796-8. S. 60. TOMEŠ, Josef, et al. Czech Biographical Dictionary XX. century: Part I: A – J. Prague; Litomyšl: Paseka; Petr Meissner, 1999. 634 pp. ISBN 80-7185-245-7. S. 113. Marie Valtrová: Chronicle of the Hrušín Family, Odeon, Prague, 1994, pp. 193, 223, 301, 303, 305, 384, ISBN 80-207-0485-X Marie Valtrová: ORNESTINUM, The Famous Era of the Municipal Theaters of Prague, Gate, Prague, 2001, pp. 18, 95, 191, ISBN 80-7243-121-8 Marie Valtrová - Ota Ornest: Does Your Dad Still Play the Violin ?, Primus, Prague, 1993, pp. 259, 305–6, 308, ISBN 80-85625-19-9 Blanka Bohdanová: Life as such. Prague: XYZ Publishing House, 2010, ISBN 978-80-7388-398-0

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