Gabriella Hámori (1978) one of the most significant actresses of her generation, graduated from the Academy of Drama and Film in 2001. She joined the Radnóti Theatre in 2001, then the Örkény Theatre in 2004. Her important roles on the past repertoire include: Nina – The Seagull by A. P. Chekov, Polly – The Threepenny Opera by B. Brecht, Irma – The Glass Slipper by Ferenc Molnár, Electra – Electra by Euripides, Olga – Murlin Munroe by Nikolai Koljada, Viola – The Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeaere, Celiméne – The Misantrope by Moliére, Armandine – Le dindon by Geoges Feydeau, Robby – Shockheaded Peter by Joulian Crouch and Phelim McDermott, Erna - Casimir and Caroline by Ödön von Horváth, Mimi – La bohème by Aki Kaurismäki, Mary Stuart – by Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller.
Her present roles on the repertoire of the Örkény Theatre include: Natasha – Three Sisters by A. P. Chekov, Rachel, Teye – Joseph and His Brothers by Th. Mann.
Her awards include: Most Promising Young Actor – Annual Film Festival, 2000; Critics’ Award, 2001 for Liliom; Soós Imre Award, 2005; Mensáros Award, 2006; Gundel Award, 2006; Best Actress - Critics’ Award (Electra), 2006; Best Actress - Critics’ Award (The Glass Slipper), 2006; Brighella Award (Vidor Festival), 2006; Jászai Mari Award, 2007; Best Supporting Actress for Casimir and Caroline, POSZT, 2010; Best Supporting Actress - Critics’ Award for Casimir and Caroline (2009/10). She has also acted in several Hungarian films.