Igor Ondříček

  • Actor/Actress
  • Dancer
  • Host
  • Musical actor/actress
  • Radio and audio works
  • Singer
  • Audiobook reading
  • Ballroom dancing
  • Driver's licence
  • Equitation
  • Fencing
  • ice skating
  • Recitation
  • rollerskating
  • skiing
  • Czech
  • Slovak
  • English
Completed acting education
  • JAMU

He has successfully directed the ceremonial announcement of the Křídla audience poll several times and won the award for the most popular actor four times – for the 1996/1997, 2002/2003, 2003/2004 and 2007/2008 seasons.


The actor Igor Ondříček (born 6 November 1971) comes from Prostějov and has been one of the important personalities of Brno theatre for many years. In 1994 Igor Ondříček joined the city theatre in Brno, where he remains to this day. Immediately after graduating from JAMU, he also guested at the East Bohemian Theatre in Pardubice (Strakonický dudák, 1994, Divotvorný pot 2006), later he also guested at the National Theatre in Brno in the role of Don Lockwood (Singing in the Rain, 2001) and in prague’s National Theatre as Cesar Borgia (Lucrezia Borgia, 2003). A completely different acting experience gave him a guest at the Chamber Theatre At the Table, where he portrayed Macduff in Shakespeare’s Tragedy Macbeth.