simultaneous actor Gabor Garamix, who died on June 4th at the age of 59, Active Studio Facebook page.
Gábor Garamszegi appeared as an actor in the Gyula Gózon Chamber Theater and Ernő Szép Theatre, starting his acting career only at the age of 36. He borrowed his voice in several series and films, including Scooby-Doo, The Simpsons, Charlie’s Angels, Part One The Shark, Hotel Transylvania – Where You Rest Monsters in the Animation, 2009 Sherlock Holmes and in The Bourne Legacy.
One of his most famous dubbing roles is the Battle of Thrones character, Hodor, which wasn’t too difficult for him professionally, as Hodor, as a modern-day Dömdödöm, was only able to pronounce his name, but is still an iconic character due to the character’s poignant history.
He later became a bus driver for the BKV company, so he performed both professions at the same time. The I wish The magazine stated that she knew many of her passengers by name, many loved her, and she was chosen as a bus driver for one year in one year.
He traveled to Norway a few years ago to try his luck, where he also stood as a bus driver, so he missed out on dubbing roles.