Actor, winner of the Jászai Mari Award for acting, and director Béla Kálló was born in 1973 in Subotica. After finishing primary and secondary school, he continued his education at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad at the Department of Drama, the study group Acting in the Hungarian language. He graduated in 1995.
He has been engaged in theater for twenty-five years, not only in Vojvodina, but also in the entire territory of former Yugoslavia, and he has been to every corner of the Carpathian Basin. He is currently a member of the Udvari Chamber Theater (UdvariKamaraszínház) ensemble from Budapest. During his creative work, among other things, he directed and acted in plays at the Dezse Kostolanyi Theater, at the Hungarian Chamber Theater in Senta he worked as an actor, director and set designer, he alsoplayed in Forrás Színházi Műhely from Győr and Cervinus Teátrum from Saravas, while in Zsámbéki Színházi Bázis he worked both as an actor and as a producer.
He has received numerous awards for his acting roles and for directing.
In the period 1988–1995 he was an active member of the ensemble Tanyaszínház, in the period 1991–199 he was an actor of the Novi Sad Theater, in the period 1995–1998 he was a member of the KPGT, he was an actor and occasionally a director in the National Theater Subotica in the period from 1999 to 2011, while in the period from 2011 to 2018 he was an actor at the Children's Theater in Subotica.
In 2004, he founded the theater workshop "Szabadkai Színházi Műhely", in which he has been the main lecturer ever since, and as a lecturer he also participates in the "Szép Szó" camp, as well as in the "MadT" camp. He also works as a TV host on RTV Pannon.
Pataki Gyűrű Award, Jászai Mari Award; Vojvodina theater Meetings: award for the best male role; Children's Festival Nis: award for the best male role; International Children's Theater Festival Subotica: award for the best male role; National Theater Subotica: multiple winner of awards for supporting and main male roles, Zvezdariste Theater: award for best male role; XV Meeting of Vojvodina's Hungarian Amateur Theaters: Bambach Róbert Award for the best alternative play or play of a new format and a special award for the best stage spectacle.Back to...