Kryštof Hádek is a Czech actor. He studied at the People's School of Art and at the Prague Conservatory, from which he was expelled in the fourth year for a high amount of absences, which originated when Hádek began to actively pursue acting while still studying. Between 2003 and 2004 he studied a year and a half at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Hádek's first major role was in the 2001 film Dark Blue World by Jan Svěrák, 2001, in which he played Sergeant Karel Vojtíšek.
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