Jan Budař est un Acteur, Scénariste et Son Tchèque né le 31 juillet 1977 à Frýdlant (Republique tcheque)
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Jan Budař, alias Pavel Bedura (born 31 July 1977) is a Czech actor, director, singer, composer and script writer.
Budař was born in Frýdlant, a short distance from the city of Liberec. He graduated from Brno's Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU) in 2000. He started his career in Brno's theatres under the tutelage of Vladimír Morávek, one of the most acclaimed Czech theatre directors. This creative partnership culminated in their first film, Boredom in Brno. Budař also co-authored the script and composed the music. The comedy was awarded five Czech Lions in 2003, including Best Male Actor for Jan Budař's performance. This success led to roles in such films as Marek Najbrt's debut Champions and Jan Hřebejk's recent Up and down, the Czech entry for the Academy Awards, which won the top awards at the Czech Lions Awards 2005. The team of Morávek and Budař created their second film, Hrubeš and Mareš best friends: come rain or shine. Having achieved his first life's ambition of acting on screen, he has only two more: playing alongside Audrey Tatou in a film directed by Pedro Almodóvar and touring with his Eliščin Band, "the Band of Shy Elise". Besides acting, writing, composing and singing with his band, Budař also makes his own short films, documentaries and videoclips. In March 2005, Budař won the Czech Lion award for "Best Supporting Actor" in Champions. In February 2005, Budař was sent to Berlin as a shooting star to represent Czech cinemathography at the Berlinale Film Festival 2005.
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