Viktor Vrabec


January 24, 2022

Viktor Vrabec (May 18, 1941 Vysoké Mýto - January 2, 2022) was a Czech film, television and theater actor.


He was born on May 18, 1941 in Vysoké Mýto. After graduating from the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno, he was a guest at the Vinohrady Theater and the National Theater, and gained a permanent engagement in 1967 at the J. K. Tyl Theater in Pilsen. In 1979 he moved to the SK Neumann Theater in Prague (today's Pod Palmovkou Theater), but in 1998 he returned to the Pilsen Theater and remained there until his retirement in 2016. The role of director Hájek from the series brought him considerable popularity with television audiences. Laws of motion. He also worked in dubbing (directing and editing dialogues) and on radio. Viktor Vrabec's last film role was the role of the father of the title heroine in the biographical drama I, Olga Hepnarová.

Selection from filmography

Laws of Movement (1978) Death of a Talented Shoemaker (1982) "Grandma recharge exactly!" (1983) Left Wing (1983) The Embarrassment of Chef Svatopluk (1984) The Goddess Didn't Want Flowers (1985) Gottwald (1986) The Mystery of a Locked Room (1986) Two from Paris (1988) Boys and Men (1988) The Adventures of Forensics (1989) The Last Butterfly (1990) Necklace (1992) Sins for Father Knox (1992) There was once a cop II - Major Maisner strikes again! (1997) How to Steal Dagmar (2001) I, Olga Hepnarová (2016)



External links

Viktor Vrabec in the Internet Movie Database (English) Viktor Vrabec in the Czech-Slovak film database

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