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|Born||June 13, 1979|
|Other names||Ági Csomor|
|Children||Emese (2008– )|
Ágnes "Ági" Csomor (Hungarian: [ˈaːgnɛʃ ˈaːgi ˈt͡ʃomor] ; born June 13, 1979) is a Hungarian stage, film and television actress. Currently, she is starring in the Hungarian television soap opera Barátok közt (in English: Among Friends) running on RTL Klub as antagonist Oravecz Nikol, a character who became the boss of a drug cartel after arresting her brother while raising her teenage son who's opposing his mother's underworld connections.
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Csomor was born on 13 June 1979 in Budapest but was raised at Bicske. She graduated from the Vajda János Secondary Grammar School at Bicske in 1997. She took a degree at the GNM School of Dramatic Art headed by Hungarian actress Mária Gór Nagy (in Hungarian: GNM /Gór Nagy Mária/ Színitanoda) in 2001. After her graduation in the school of dramatic art she started to teach in the acting classes for kids (GNM Tinitanoda). She played at National Theatre of Szeged from 2001 until 2006. In 2012 she became the art director and bursar of the acting classes for kids in GNM School of Dramatic Art in Szeged.
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