A young and excellent actor, Zsolt Máthé is also active as a stage director. Born in 1977, he graduated from the Academy of Drama and Film in 2003. He has been a member of the Örkény István Theatre since its foundation in 2004. Basically, he participates in all the Örkény Theatre’s productions. For him, there is no such thing as a tiny role; his acting is always thoughtful and painstaking. Besides his hard work in the medium of theatre, he strives at other forms of self-expression. He is a poet and writes lyrics for rap songs, he is often invited to schools to perform, and he is a leading figure in one of Budapest’s most active independent companies. In all his activities, Máthé is distinguished by his analytical mind and considerate personality. Present roles at the Örkény Theatre: Chatillon and Pembroke (King John, Friedrich Dürrenmatt); Doctor Livarot (The Imaginary Invalid, Molière); MC (Ubu Rex, Alfred Jarry); Ignatius de Loyal (Tartuffe, Molière); and Doctor Wenger (Professor Bernhardi, Arthur Schnitzler).