Reka Rene is a Hungarian actress and writer, also known as "The Hungarian Femme Fatale".
While other girls were playing with dolls, Reka was kicking the guys' asses in karate classes, escaping for bungee jumping or you could find her on horseback or at car races.
Her parents took her to the theater at a very early age. She always admired the great comedy actors of the stage and action stars in movies. Wanting to be like her heroes, she started bodybuilding, and soon became a sponsored IFBB fitness model competitor. Within a year, she won the 2012 World Cup, becoming a fitness personality in Hungary, appearing on TV, magazine covers and major publications.
Building a body of an "action hero" was just a step, soon after she appeared in Hungarian television series and commercials that lead her to move to Hollywood to pursue acting full time, while continuing to train in martial arts, horse stunts and weapon training. She spent a year training privately with Anthony DeLongis, who is best known for training Harrison Ford in "Indiana Jones" and Michele Pfeiffer in "Catwoman."
Always honing her craft, Reka studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and with Jack Waltzer. Her training includes scene study, improvisation, Stanislavsky, Stella Adler and Meisner techniques. To create different characters, she works on her accents with the renowned voice and dialect coaches Bob Corff and Brenda Beck.
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