Krisztián Berki (media player)

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May 21, 2022

Krisztián Berki (Tatabánya, July 1, 1980 - Budapest, May 6, 2022) is a Hungarian footballer, sports director, CEO of the FTC (2007–2010), media lover, flu agent, host. He appeared on several TV shows, mainly for his scandals and eccentric lifestyle. He participated in various Hungarian reality shows for years. He competed for the post of mayor of Budapest in the 2019 local government elections in Hungary, finishing on October 13 with 0.58 percent (4,047 votes).

Life

Her parents divorced at the age of nine, and she suffered severe mental injuries due to her mother’s deepening alcohol illness. He moved home at the age of 13. After graduating from elementary school, he enrolled in a vocational training school, where he qualified as an electrician. At the age of 27, at the beginning of his career as a sports manager, he did not have a higher education degree or professional experience, but later attended the University of Physical Education as a sports manager.

Death

He died on May 6, 2022, at his home in Budapest (District IX, Tinódi Street). Police have not established any alienation and are investigating the death in an administrative proceeding. Her dead daughter (Natasa Zselyke) found her body on the balcony of the apartment in the morning. Police seized drug suspects at the scene upon their arrival. A few days later, in Vecsés, the police arrested the alleged dealer. According to the Facts show, the court eventually released István K., 42, who had been arrested this week, but who must wear a tracker. Detectives found cocaine, marijuana and steroids in Krisztián Berki's apartment.

Activity

Sports

Between 2004 and 2005, he was a FTC contracted footballer for 1 year, until the expiration of his contract here from July 20, 2004 to July 27, 2005, but did not play in the betting match. In the colors of the FTC, he defended against Hajdúnánás on July 3, 2004 in a domestic award match. He previously played in the associations of Budafok, Dunaferr, Csepreg, Balaton FC. In just four NB 1 matches, he defended 276 minutes and scored eight goals for Balaton FC (Siófok) and Diósgyőr. At the age of 25, he stopped playing professional football due to an injury. In 2007, he became the CEO of Ferencváros Labdarúgó Zrt. The jury found the bodybuilder worthy of the 3rd place.

Media role

In 2013 and 2015, she appeared on the Sweet Life reality show, and as one of the most divisive celebrities, she continually generated a talk topic. In 2014, he also appeared on the guest-waiting reality show Hal on the Cake, and in 2016 on the big duet on TV2. In 2017, she appeared in the first season of the show Asia Express, where contestants had to cross Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand. The Krisztián Berki – Attila Ambrus couple became the winner, they received a prize of 10 million forints. The couple also wrote a book about the adventure, which, not long after, earned tens of millions. He was the host of the Eden Hotel and the FEM3 Café. He has appeared in several TV shows and quizzes, and is best known for his scandals and eccentric lifestyle. She starred in the operetta western of the Girls' Fair of the Horseshoe Equestrian Theater in Mórahalom (in a play dreamed up by the actor Tibor Pintér) in a cameo role, where the slaps were shared with Tibor Pintér. He started in November 2018 in TV2's reality show The Bravest Pair with Renáta Berki, but Zsuzsanna Laky and Gusztáv Dietz became the winning pair. For a while, FEM3 Café hosted