Zita Téby is a theatre, film and television actress. She is based in London and represented by Cole Kitchenn Personal Management.
Besides her fluent English, she is a native speaker in both German and Hungarian. In 2017 Zita will appear in the Albert Einstein
story "Genius", a drama series produced by 21st Century Fox, playing the older Ilse Einstein. She also played a major role in "Fapad", the highest rated comedy-series on Hungarian television, which currently airs on both MTV1 and DunaTV. Before moving to London, Zita performed in a lead role at the Theater & Orchester Heidelberg, prior to which she was in-contract for four seasons with the Katona József Theatre Kecskemét, Hungary (see CV pages for complete credits).
As well as theatre and television, Zita has played in a variety of movies such as "Land Of Storms" which premiered at the 2014 Berlinale
International Film Festival, and the cult British movie "Anti-Social".
In addition to acting Zita has accepted certain modelling campaign requests, for publications such as Elle and InStyle magazines. Previously, as a theatre-student graduate, Zita was a member of Viktor Bodó's Sputnik Theatre Company for two years – and toured across Europe.
In 2009, Zita graduated from the Kaposvár University, in Hungary, with a diploma in acting. As a student she had been part of a small theatre group which regularly played in Budapest, but upon graduation she took up work as a member of Viktor Bodó's Sputnik Theatre Company, where for the following two years she went on to perform in all major cities across Hungary and internationally – such as at the Schauspiel Köln, Germany, and the Schauspielhaus Graz, Austria, as well as at festivals including Moscow’s NET Festival where the company won the Gold Mask Award for best foreign production. In 2011, Zita was signed by the Katona József Theatre in Kecskemét, and began a four year contract playing in numerous productions, over which time she won two awards for best actress and attracted critical acclaim. Zita also performed with the company at festivals across Europe, including a production of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap” performed at St Martin’s Theatre in London in 2013. During her time at the Katona József Theatre, Zita has been released to play in a variety of Hungarian television series, such as “Hacktion” in 2012, “Egynyári kaland” in 2014, and in between theatre seasons, in the acclaimed “Fapad” where she has a leading role. Alongside theatre and television, Zita has played in a variety of feature films, such as “Land Of Storms” which premiered at the 2014 Berlinale International Film Festival, and in the English language Brit thriller “Anti-Social” where she was the only non-native English or American cast-member. In addition to acting, Zita occasionally accepts modelling campaign requests, and has shot for publications such as Elle and InStyle magazines.