The art world says goodbye to another icon. Michal Monček, a popular Slovak actor and legend of the Trnava theater, went to heaven on Friday, November 17. He also played in the Slovak version of Ordinac v rozágárden.
Legendary acting icon Michal Monček died at the age of 88. The Ján Palárik Theatre, of which he was a long-time member, announced his death on social networks. In the comments, people remember him as a great actor and a nice person.
He won the hearts of many fans during his long career not only on the stage. Until his retirement, he also performed on radio and television, the tvnoviny.sk portal reminds. He also had several roles in films and series.
In 2007, he played, for example, in the Slovak version of the series Ordinace v rozá žádraten and also appeared in the series Tajné životy. He appeared in many films. Among the most famous are If I had a rifle or Pacho, the bandit from Hybsky.
But his entire life was mainly accompanied by theatrical roles. After studying acting, he joined the Jozef Gregor Tajovský Theater in Zvolen and from 1974 he worked in Trnava. He died on November 17 in Bratislava at the age of 88.
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