The Versatile Jiri Langmajer: A Master of Film, Theater, and Dubbing
Jiří Langmajer is currently the most in-demand actor in the Czech Republic. Over the past three years, he has appeared in more than 12 films and 4 TV series, making him a well-known figure to fans of Czech cinema. Langmajer is a Czech actor born in 1966 in Plzen. He comes from a musical family who supported his studies at the Conservatory, and he started acting while still a student, performing in the theater group. He has acted in various theaters across the Czech Republic, including Divadlo pod Palmovkou, Divadlo na Vinohrady, Národní divadlo, Karlín, and many other well-known theaters in the country. Langmajer has often played lead roles and has been featured in the popular Shakespearian festivals in the Czech Republic. 
For me, a very heartfelt matter is his lead role in the comedy "What's Up, Soldier?," where Langmajer excelled to the point that his character became a legendary figure and the soldier Kouba is known by almost everyone. Jiří Langmajer has also received several awards, including the Thalia Award for artists under 33 years old in 1999, and a nomination for the Alfred Radok Award for Actor of the Year in 2003. He was also nominated for the Czech Lion Award in 1999 for his supporting role in the movie "Return of the Idiot," and in 2006 for his lead role in "Rules of Lies." 
Langmajer's talent is also utilized in dubbing, where he has voiced over eighty roles, and he has acted in hundreds of radio dramas. If we delve into his personal life, we discover that Jiří has an equally famous brother, actor Lukáš Langmajer. He has two daughters from his first marriage, and his second wife is the actress Adéla Gondíková.

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