Another outstanding Slovak personality theater has left.
At 65, the famous Slovak actor Marián Geisberg died on Saturday night. For the TASR, SND Secretary Izabela Pažítková confirmed this.
Actor and musician Marián Geisberg has appeared in dramatic situations since the beginning of his career in theater and film. She has performed dozens of Slovak films and series, Since 1992 he has been working at the Slovak National Theater (SND).
Marián Geišberg was born in Piešťany on December 23, 1953, Myjava grew up. She graduated at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava in 1979. She first worked in Prešov at Jonáš Záborský theater, then at Martin's SNP Theater and since 1988 she has played in the Trnava Theater for children and young people (now Ján Palák Theater). Since 1992, he has been a member of the National Theater of Slovak National Theater (SND). However, Bratislava's viewers also recognized him as a theater a.
One of the first films he performed was Steam Horse, directed by director Stephan Uher in 1982. Together with Marián Zednikovičin he created two main characters in the movie Kara full of pain (Stanislav Párnický, 1985).
He also received several other actor opportunities in Anatolian triangular production (Ján Zeman, 1988) and in the series Alžbetin dvor (Andrej Lettrich, 1986) or Štúrovec (Peter Mikulík, 1991). Later he appeared in Milan in Lasic Chaos (2000) or in a comedy directed by a popular Czech director, Marie Poledňák How Crocodile Knocks (2006), which followed the previous popular movie How to Run a Leggings. In 2007, he appeared as director of the director, Juraj Nvot, from the themes of the famous prose writer Petra Pišťana. In 2009, he played in Jánošík – True History (directed by Agnieszka Hollandová and Kasia Adamiková) and you do not know in the picture … (Dan Svátek, 2009).
The Czech film offered Marian Geisberg another opportunity in the form of a hairy comedy Revival (Alice Nellis, 2013) in which she played a four-year-old musician trying to return to the stage.
Newer series include, for example, Old Town Crimson (2010) and Gympel. The latest films, in which Marián Geisberg played, were Step to the Dark (Miloslav Luther, 2014), the red captain (Michal Kollár, 2016) and again the Czech comedy "Čertovo pero" (Marek Najbrt, 2018).
Marián Geisberg played in the theater Bratia Jurgovci, Je úžasná, Quartet, Madame Bovary or L + S Studio in comedy Ani za milión! The viewers saw him as a message in the TV series Sedem s r. He also published fiction and poetry in the press. At the Ružinov Theater Festival in Bratislava in November 2013, she performed with the UMK in 2010 with the fifth annual meeting of the music and poem at SND. The recital was also published on CD-ROMs.
As a singer, Marián Geišberg released Oskoy (1998), Neladí-Nevadí (2002), Aha live: Marián Geišberg and Daniela Danišková (2003). (1998) and go through the threshold and close the door (2005). In 2001, he won the Jozef Kroner Prize for his most spectacular performances in 2000 – Benedict's original performance at Simon Gray at the end of the game.
His sister is actor Jana Oľhová. He has two sons who both practice art, Martin Geisberg is a playwright and musician, Marek Geisberg is a musician and actor.