István Gyurity

István Gyurity (Croatian: Stipan Đurić) (born February 27, 1970) is a Hungarian film and stage actor and folk music (starogradske pjesme) singer. He sings mostly traditional folk songs, these include Veselje ti navješćujem and Starogradski splet.

István Gyurity
Born (1970-02-27) February 27, 1970 (age 51)

Đurić is the deputy of Hungarian Croat minority (Croatian minority self-government) in Hungary) in Budapest.[1] He lives in Budapest.

TheatreEdit

He is the stage actor of Croat Theatre of Pécs. He also performed in Croatia, in Croatian National Theatre in Osijek, and Theatre Joza Ivakić in Vinkovci[2] and in Hungary, in Operette Theatre in Budapest.

SingingEdit

As a singer he performed on Croatian national TV with Žiga i Bandisti (Glazbeni festival pjesme Podravine i Podravlja in Pitomača in 2009).

MoviesEdit

Đurić was an actor in several movies and TV Series.[3] He appears as narrator in Hungarian documentaryVajdasági vérfürdő - 1944 (2004).[4]

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Name Type Role
1966 Szamba movie
2000 Kisváros TV Series
2001 Sacra Corona movie
2003 Tea TV Series
2005 Fekete kefe movie
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SourcesEdit

  • (in Croatian) Hrvatski glasnik br.47/2005.
  • (in Croatian) Vijenac br.365 Trend vesele apokalipse, February 28, 2008
  • (in Hungarian) Arcusfest 2009 2009. évi díjazottak
  • (in Hungarian) Movie haven – szinkhronhangok[permanent dead link] Gyurity István
  • (in Hungarian) Port.hu Gyurity István
  • (in Croatian) Pécsi Horvát Színház – Hrvatsko kazalište Pečuh Stipan Đurić
  • István Gyurity at IMDb
  1. ^ Horvát Önkormányzat: Budapest XII. kerület – XII. okrug zamjenik predsjednika: Stipan Đurić
  2. ^ Virovitica.net Gostovanje Hrvatskog kazališta iz Pečuha, January 9, 2004
  3. ^ IMDB István Gyurity
  4. ^ Kamo.hr Archived July 19, 2012, at Archive.today Vajdasági vérfürdő – 1944