Péter Scherer (born 16 November 1961 in Ajka) is a Hungarian stage and film actor.
|Awards||Jászai Mari Award|
Scherer was born in Ajka, Hungary. After finishing his secondary school in Szombathely, he graduated from Budapest University of Technology and Economics in 1987. First he became a member of the Arvisura Theatre Company (between 1984 and 1994). From 1995 he was freelance actor. Later he joined the Bárka Theatre in 1997.
Since 2002 he has been a member of the Krétakör Theater. His famous movie role was in Miklós Jancsó’s The Lord's Lantern in Budapest (1999) as Pepe. He also appeared in movies like Kontroll (2003), One day in Europe (2005), Doll No. 639 (2005), Carlos (2010).
He received the Jászai Mari Award in 2009.
- William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream....Demetrius; Orrondi; Ormándi Béla – Mustármag
- Merle: Madrapur....
- Szophoklész: Oidipusz....
- William Shakespeare: Hamlet....Claudius
- István Tasnádi: Bábelna....Hornyák Dávid
- William Shakespeare: Macbeth....McDuff; Banquo
- García Lorca: Don Cristobal....Figaro
- Büchner: Woyzeck....Captain
- John Webster: The Duchess of Malfi
- Glowaczki: Antigone in New York....Policeman
- Csehov: The Seagull....Samrajev
- Molière: Mizantrope....Oronte
- Ödön von Horváth: Kasimir és Karoline....Lilliputi; Doctor
- Vladimir Szorokin: The Ice....Autodriver
- Kai Hensel: Klamm's war....Klamm
- Crimp: a.N.N.a (Attempts On Her Life)
|1999||The Lord's Lantern in Budapest||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2000||Kisváros||Guests included||(TV series), 3 episodes|
|2000||Anyád! A szúnyogok||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2001||Last Supper at the Arabian Gray Horse||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2002||Wake Up, Mate, Don't You Sleep||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2003||Kontroll||Chief||(Movie film), director: Nimród Antal|
|2004||A mohácsi vész||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2005||One day in Europe||Gabor||(Movie film), director: Hannes Stöhr|
|2005||Doll No. 639||Man||Black Tulip Award for Best Short Film (András Dési)|
Grand Prize of European Fantasy Short Film in Silver
Best Narrative Short
|2006||Ede megevé ebédem||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2010||So Much for Justice!||Pepe||(Movie film), director: Miklós Jancsó|
|2010||Carlos||Agent hongrois #1||(TV mini-series), Episode #1.3|