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Tatiana Vilhelmová is a Actor Tchèque born on 13 july 1978 at Prague (Republique tcheque)

Tatiana Vilhelmová

Tatiana Vilhelmová
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Nationality Republique tcheque
Birth 13 july 1978 (42 years) at Prague (Republique tcheque)

Tatiana Čecháková-Vilhelmová (born July 1, 1978, Prague, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech film and stage actress. She made her professional debut in Indian Summer (1995), directed by Saša Gedeon, for which she has received her first nomination ever for the Czech Lion. Until now, she has been overall nominated seven times for the award, winning once for her performance in Bohdan Sláma's movie Something Like Happiness (2005). Among others, she is a recipient of international accolades such as a Cottbus Film Festival Award, a Buenos Aires IFIC Award, a Golden Nymph Award, a Sochi IFF Award and a Shooting Stars Award.


She is 5 ft 3 in tall. As a kid she took lessons in ballet for 9 years, she was a member of well-renowned Kühn's Children Choir. She didn't finish Prague Conservatory, though, as she started her acting career at the age of 16 years.

She is a regular member of the Dejvice Theatre, run by the City of Prague.

She has a two sons, František and Cyril with her former husband Petr Čechák, while the third, called Alois, with her most recent spouse Vojtěch Dyk.

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Filmography of Tatiana Vilhelmová (13 films)

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Empties (2007)
, 1h40
Directed by Jan Svěrák
Origin Republique tcheque
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Zdeněk Svěrák, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Jiří Macháček, Jan Budař, Miroslav Táborský, Věra Tichánková
Roles Helenka
Rating72% 3.6475853.6475853.6475853.6475853.647585
Josef Tkaloun is a teacher at a high school in Prague who cannot control his anger when his pupils misbehave in his poetry class. He quits his job and despite his wife urging him to retire, becomes a cycle courier. After an inevitable accident, he still refuses to stay at home and takes a job in the local Žižkov supermarket. He works behind a counter, recycling glass beer bottles. He begins to flirt with the customers and matchmake both for an old friend and for the man he works with. His own flirtations (and sexually charged dreams) almost get him into trouble with his wife, so he resolves to reignite the passion in his marriage by celebrating his wedding anniversary with a hot air balloon ride. The scary balloon ride, ending in crash, revitalizes the relationship.
Operation Silver A, 2h29
Directed by Jiří Strach
Genres Drama, War
Actors Klara Issova, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Ivan Trojan, Miroslav Táborský
Roles Taťána Hladěnová
Rating74% 3.729523.729523.729523.729523.72952
Grandhotel (2006)
, 1h37
Directed by David Ondříček
Genres Comedy
Actors Klara Issova, Tatiana Vilhelmová
Roles Nurse
Rating61% 3.052143.052143.052143.052143.05214
Something Like Happiness, 1h50
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Anna Geislerová, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Bolek Polívka, Zuzana Kronerová
Roles Monika
Rating71% 3.594333.594333.594333.594333.59433
Radiographie d'un groupe de voisins habitant un quartier populaire d'une petite ville tchèque qui porte les cicatrices de l'industrialisation : une jeune femme espère rejoindre son fiancé émigré en Amérique, son ami d'enfance est secrètement amoureux d'elle, une mère abandonnée délaisse ses enfants en attendant que son amant quitte sa famille pour s'engager avec elle.
The Idiot Returns
Actors Anna Geislerová, Tatiana Vilhelmová, Jiří Macháček, Anna Polívková
Roles Olga
Rating71% 3.5921153.5921153.5921153.5921153.592115
Frantisek ne connait rien de la vie : jusqu'ici, il a passé toute son existence derrière les murs d’un asile psychiatrique. En conséquence tout ce qu’il voit et entend est pour lui une première expérience. De retour au pays, il est du coup le témoin privilégié d’un quadrille amoureux : Olga est éprise d’Emil qui est incapable de choisir entre deux femmes. Sa rivale, Anna, qui n’est autre que sa propre sœur, a une liaison avec le frère d’Emil. Tour à tour confident, témoin et souffre douleur, l’Idiot aime tout le monde et comprend mieux les gens qu’ils ne se comprennent eux-mêmes.