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Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová

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About Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová is a 69 years old female from Brno, Czech Republic. Dagmar is most well known for acting, and has 62 known credits, of which 51 are movies, and 11 are TV shows.

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s movies you should definitely watch Bulldogs and Cherries (1981), as with 10.0 it is the highest rated movie Dagmar has worked on!

  1. Bulldogs and Cherries (1981)
  2. The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday (1992)
  3. Bohemia Docta or the Labyrinth of the World and the Lust-House of the Heart (A Divine Comedy) (2000)
  4. This Is How Love Begins... (1975)
  5. Owners (2019)

1. Bulldogs and Cherries (1981 Movie)

The best rated movie Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová has been a part of is the comedy movie Bulldogs and Cherries, where they had the role of Döma. It has a rating on Friendspire of 10.0 and 4.8 on IMDb .

2. The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday (1992)

The Inheritance or Fuckoffguysgoodday has a rating on Friendspire of 8.0 and 7.7 on IMDb . Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová worked on this comedy movie as Vlasta.

3. Bohemia Docta or the Labyrinth of the World and the Lust-House of the Heart (A Divine Comedy) (2000)

In Bohemia Docta or the Labyrinth of the World and the Lust-House of the Heart (A Divine Comedy) Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová was worked as Toast the Knowing . This documentary movie has a rating on 5.5 on IMDb .

4. This Is How Love Begins... (1975)

This comedy movie has a rating on 5.4 on IMDb . In This Is How Love Begins... Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová had the role of .

5. Owners (2019)

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová was a part of the movie Owners as Paní Horvátová. This comedy, drama movie has a rating 7.2 on IMDb .

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s highest rated TV shows

If you enjoy Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s shows you should definitely watch The Octopuses from the Second Floor (1986) has been a part of!!

  1. The Octopuses from the Second Floor (1986)
  2. Nemocnice na kraji města (1978)
  3. Sanitka 2 (2013)

1. The Octopuses from the Second Floor (1986)

The animation, comedy, family TV show The Octopuses from the Second Floor has a rating 6.6 on IMDb . Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová was Andrea Holanová in this show!

2. Nemocnice na kraji města (1978)

In Nemocnice na kraji města Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová was Kabíčková. This drama show has a rating on 7.5 on IMDb .

3. Sanitka 2 (2013)

The third highest rated TV show Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová has worked on is the drama series Sanitka 2, where Dagmar was . It has a rating on 5.5 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

When was Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová born?

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s birthday is on 22 March 1953 .

What is Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s gender?

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová is female.

Where was Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová born?

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová was born in Brno, Czech Republic.

What is Dagmar most known for?

Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová is most known for acting. Dagmar has worked on 51 movies and 11 TV shows.

What is Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Bulldogs and Cherries, which has a score of 10.0.

What is Dagmar Veškrnová-Havlová’s highest rated tv show?

The best rated tv show they have worked on is The Octopuses from the Second Floor, which has a score of 0.0.

Dagmar’s Filmography

As Vlasta. Bohus is indolent and spends his days drinking brandy. One day he finds he has inherited a brickworks, several shops and a five-star hotel. Bohus sets out to tour his new empire, insulting everyone on the way.

As Döma. The dreaded Italian mafioso, Marian Labuda, will also be convinced. Mafioso Carmello was guilty of the principles of his organization when he tried to fool the boss and earned a death sentence. The convict runs away from the killer through Vienna to Prague, which his Austrian colleague in crime recommended as a safe hiding place. None of them knows that the Czechs learned so much tricks under real socialism that a seasoned Italian professional is not enough to watch.

As Andrea Holanová. While on vacation with their bickering parents in Portugal, Eva and her little brother Johnny find two strange clots of clay on a polluted beach, who can speak and move on their own. They create two octopuses out of the blue and green material and take them home to Prague, soon discovering that their new pets attract electricity and other disasters.

As Kabíčková. Hospital at the End of the City is a popular television series first released in Czechoslovakia in 1977, it featured an ensemble cast and received much viewer praise in central Europe. The series ran from 1977 to 1981 for a total of twenty episodes. The success of the series inspired the German television series The Black Forest Clinic.

As MUDr. Šnajberková. The family series is set in a children's hospital where each episode centers on a certain patient and his/her medical problem--whether it be diabetes, bed wetting, swallowed lipstick or whatever. The series also spends some time on the hospital's director and her family.

As matka Adama. It's the year 2484 and the Earth is threatened by a rogue comet which could fatally change its orbit. The solution is surprising - Adam Bernau, the greatest genius of 20th century developed 500 years ago an ingenious formula for easy transporting of continents and even worlds. Unfortunately, he made this discovery at the age of 11 and the exercise book containing it was destroyed in the fire. But this is not a challenge to Academic Filip who decides to send an expedition back in time to retrieve the precious exercise book from the fire. But everything is not so simple as it seems...

Executive producer. A labyrinthine portrait of Czech culture on the brink of a new millennium. Egon Bondy prophesies a capitalist inferno, Jim Čert admits to collaborating with the secret police, Jaroslav Foglar can’t find a bottle-opener, and Ivan Diviš makes observations about his own funeral. This is the Czech Republic in the late 90s, as detailed in Karel Vachek’s documentary.

As Paní Horvátová. Mrs. Zahrádková has a plan to convince the other co-owners of the flats to finally save the house in which they live together and which is in emergency condition.

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