When you say that someone ‘has acting in the blood’, it is usually meant figuratively, that they are blessed with great talent. But when we say the same thing about Rudolf Hrušínský, the abstract saying becomes concrete. Little Rudolf was in fact born literally behind a theatre stage, to parents whose acting roots reached back to the time of the National Revival. He was blessed with the famous genes of the prominent actor families; Budínský and Červíčků.
Sad Clown, Rudolf Hrušínský, played numerous memorable roles in popular films, soap operas, dramas and on stage. He is one of the personalities of modern cultural history that inspired and clearly deserved this tribute of pure gold weighing quarter of troy ounce. Therefore, prepare a place of honor in your numismatic collections for the commemorative medal of the series Stars of the silver screen - it is really a matter of the heart with a tempting investment potential. Rudolf Hrušínský was born in 1920 and during his life, which ended in 1994, featured in two hundred roles. His acting style was characterized by the absence of facial expression, calm gestures and suggestive melancholic looks. He was one of the few craftsman, who needed "mere" intonation only to express different emotions. Thanks to this, he was able take on both lively comedic characters as well as dark human ones, in a very unique way. In the adaptation of the novel ‘The cremator’ by Ladislav Fuks, he awoke the horror just by looking into the camera.