Jiří Dvořák


Born in Brno, the Czech Republic, he studied acting at the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts and soon gained an engagement at the Municipal Theatre in Brno.

In 1999 he was offered an engagement at the Vinohrady Theatre in Prague, where he played several notable roles - among others Macbeth, Goring in The Ideal Husband. His most recent roles were Salieri in Amadeus (2017) and the title role in Shakespeare's Henry IV. (2014). He also uses his velvet voice in the intimate environment of the poetic Viola wine bar (e.g., All the Beauties of the World, Unknown Addressee, Angel in Blue). He became famous mainly in television films such as The Scent of Vanilla, Operation Silver A or The Murder of the Green Family directed by Jiří Strach, who also cast him in the now cult role of the devil Uriah in the fairy tales An Angel of the Lord I and II. In 2018, he participated in the ninth series of the dance competition Star Dance... When the Stars Dance, where he and his dance partner Lenka Nora Návorková won the title of the queen and the king of the dance floor. He has been occupying himself with dubbing for a long time and his voice has been used for many famous actors, including Daniel Craig, Tom Hanks, Kenneth Branagh, Ralph Fiennes and others.