The series DUNAJ… stars the talented actor MAREK ROZKOŠ:

Information about you is slowly coming to the surface. For example, that the greatest love of your life is your family.

– Exactly. I am married to my colleague Katka (30) and together we have a daughter, Hanka, who is two years and four months old, but soon we will have a son, which we are all very much looking forward to.

What is your mother scene?

– For the eighth season, I have been working at the Jozef Gregor Tajovský Theater in Zvolen, where I got to while studying at the Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica, as a third-year student.

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You come from Fulianka in the Prešov district, didn’t it draw you to one of the eastern Slovak theaters, for example Prešov, Košice or Spišská Nová Ves?

– I had no reason to leave, as I had very good acting opportunities in Zvolen, besides, there were no acting positions in the east at that time. With the passage of time, however, I evaluate the fact that I stayed in Zvolen as a very good decision. My wife and I acquired our background and certain relationships here. We are happy here, we like the city and its location suits us. halfway to Bratislava, where now for “Danuj” I often travel to the east, where our families live, since Katka is from Bardejov. In addition, I teach at the Academy in Bystrica.

Marek says that the theater is of primary importance to him.

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Perhaps few people know, but your father Marko (57) is a Greek Catholic priest. Did your parents object when you announced that you wanted to be a “comedian”, while perhaps the family expected you to follow in your father’s footsteps and study theology?

– No, no, it wasn’t like that. My parents never prevented me or my four siblings Ján, Klára, Samuel and Denis from doing what we enjoy and fulfill. And really, each of us does something completely different. I also want to be exactly the same father in relation to my children one day. If some of them want to take a spiritual path, I will not be against it.


Do you like the acting skills of Marek Rozkoš in the new series?

Was anyone in your family artistically inclined?

– My mother Eva (54) and her father, i.e. my grandfather, used to play volunteer theater. But I will return to what you asked me about not going to study theology. The ancestors on my father’s side were all millers, and my father was the first to jump really far from that trade and went to the seminary. So it was the same with my acting studies.

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