Horaţiu Mălăele

b. 01.08.1952, Târgu Jiu

In the current season the actor plays in:

A Lost Letter The Dinner Game


NTB Parts

Agamemnon Dandanache - "A Lost Letter" by I.L. Caragiale, directed by Horatiu Malaele, 2022

Agamemnon Dandanache - "The Letter" after A Lost Letter by IL Caragiale, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 2012

Francois - "The Dinner Game" by Francis Veber, directed by Ion Caramitru, 2010

Tartuffe - "Tartuffe "by JBP Moliere, directed by Andrei Belgrader, 2009

Teacher - "The Lesson "by Eugene Ionesco, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 2009 The

Misunderstood -"The Bridge", text by Horațiu Mălăele, after Paul loachim, 1999


Activities outside NTB

Theatre Parts

Independent companies

"I Am Blind" one-man show, in 2017

"Caramitru - Malaele, Spinning a Yarn" 2012

Guard - "Outdoor Scammers" by Ion Băieşu, directed by Horatiu Malaele, 1994

Officer - "A Prisoner at Auschwitz” by Alain Bosquet, directed by Domnița Munteanu


Comedy Theatre

Ivan Alexandrovici Hlestacov - “The Government Inspector” by NV Goqol, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 2006


Bulandra Theatre

Director - “Six Characters in Search of an Author” by Luigi Pirandello, directed by Cătălina Buzoianu, 1995

Wally Murdock - “The Cafe" by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark, directed by Horatiu Malaele, 1997

Vanya - "Uncle Vanya" by A. P. Chekhov, directed by Yuri Kordonski 2001

Vasili Vasil Svetlovidov - "The Clown" by A.P. Chekhov, directed by Horatiu Mălăele, 2005


Odeon Theatre

"Lelio - “The Liar” by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Vlad Muqur, 1991

Carlo Goldoni - “Carlo against Carlo” by Paul loachim, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, Odeon Theatre and Theatrum Mundi

Professor - “The Lesson” by Eugene lonescu, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 1996


"Nottara Theatre

"Dufausset - "Chat en Poche" by Georqes Feydeau, directed by Dan Micu

Major - "The Toth Family" by lstvan Örkény, director Valeriu Paraschiv

Srnerdeakov -"The Karamazovs "after FM Dostoyevsky, directed by Dan Micu 1981

He -" Why do you sleep, my love?” by Jos Vandela, directed by Valeriu Paraschiv, 1981

Varga - “A Princely Feast” by Theodor Mazilu, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 1982

Ion - “These Sad Angels” by DR Popescu, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu, 1983 

Scapino - “Scapino” by Moliere, directed Alexandru Dabiia, 1985

Babalete Olelie - “The Hunters” by Fănuș Neagu, directed by ton Coiar, 1985

Stroescu - “One Morning” by Mihai Ispirescu, directed by Dan Micu, 1988

Potiekalnikov - “The Suicide” by Nikolai Erdman, directed by Comet Mihalache, 1991

Poche-Chandebise - “A Flea in Her Ear” by Georqes Feydeau, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 1993

K. Muller - “Where Is the Revolver?” by Georgy Gabor, directed by Mircea Cornișteanu


Piatra Neamț Youth Theatre

Dorde - “Youth Without Age”, adapted by Eduard Covali after Petre Ispirescu, directed by Cătălina Buzoianu, 1975

Mr. D. Hosner - “The Andersonville File” by Saul Levitt, directed by Emil Mandric, 1975

Truffaldino - “Servant of Two Masters” by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Lulian Visa, 1976

Dromichaites - “The Mountain” by Dumitru Radu Popescu, directed by Emil Mandric, 1977

Tyll - “Eulenspiegel” by Charles de Coster, directed by Cătălina Buzoianu, 1981


Casandra Studio

Fadinard - "The Florentine Hat" by Euqene Labiche, directed by Ovidiu Schumacher, 1974

A Thief - "The Threepenny Opera" by Bertolt Brecht, 1974

Bota - "Trials" by Alexandru Voitin, directed by Octavian Cotescu, 1974

Tartaglia - “The King Stag” by Carlo Cozzi, directed by Bogdan Berciu, 1975


Film Parts

Vişan - “The Ladder”, directed by Vlad Păunescu, 2021

Ilie Moromete - “Moromete Family: On the Edge of Time”, directed by Stere Gulea, 2018

Mircea - “Our People”, TV series, directed by George Dogaru, 2017

Bebe - „Love Whispers”, directed by Mircea Daneliuc, 2015

Emilian - “A Crazy Week”, TV series, directed by Dragoș Buliga, 2014

Santa Pelus - “Las Fierbinți”, TV series, directed by Dragoș Buliga, Gabriel Achim, Constantin Popescu, 2012 - 2013

Lionel - “Happy Funerals”, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 2013 The

Postman - “Somewhere in Palilula”, directed by Silviu Purcărete, 2012

Titul Pangică - “The Last Corrupted Man of Romania”, directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu, 2012

Liviu Ionescu - “Les amants naufragés”, directed Jean-Christophe Delpias, 2010

Cornel - "If the Seed Doesn't Die", directed by Sinisa Dragin, 2010

Title - "Poker", directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu, 2010

Mr. Dupont - "The Army of Crime", directed by Robert Guédiguian, 2009

Traian Corbescu - "The Police are Coming!", TV series, directed by Dragoș Bulica, Anca Colțeanu, Phil Ramuno, 2008 

Horațiu - "A Short Story", directed by Radu Igazsag, 2007

Willy - "American Fiancées", directed by Nicolae Mărgineanu, 2007

Prime Minister of Romania - "The Bad People", directed by Șerban Marinescu, 2007

Iordan Gaman - "In an Emergency", TV series, directed by Andr ei Zincă, 2006 - 2007

“Impossible Marriage”, TV series, directed by Silviu Jicman, 2004 - 2006

Horațiu - “Family Album”, directed by Șerban Marinescu, 2004

Mircea - “Damen Tango”, directed by Dinu Tănase, 2004

Titi - “Ambassadors Seek Country”, directed by Mircea Daneliuc, 2003

Milco - “Maria”, directed by Călin Peter Netzer, 2003

Pépé - “Triggered”, directed by Gérard Cuq, 2002

Scapino - “Noro”, directed by Radu Gabrea, 2002

Fritsche - “Amen”, directed Costa Gavras, 2002

"Everyday God Kisses Us on the Mouth", directed by Sinisa Dragin, 2001

"Keep an Eye on Happiness", directed by Alexandru Maftei, 1999

"Ministry of Comedy", TV series, directed by Horațiu Mălăele, 1999

Graphologist - "Face to Face", directed by Marius Barna, 1999

Tulard -“ Une mère comme on n'en fait plus ”, directed by Jacques Renard, 1997

“The Liar”, directed by Tudor Mărăscu, 1995

Milică - “Leisure”, directed by Valeriu Drăgușin, 1993

Fortunat - “Abel in the Woods”, directed by Sándor Mihályfy, 1993

“As you like it”, directed by Olimpia Arghir, 1992

“The House from the Dream”, directed by Ion Cărmăzan, 1991

Dan Cantemir - “Loving Divorce”, directed by Andrei Blaier, 1991

Mugurel - “Miss Seaside”, directed by Mircea Mureșan, 1990

“The Tear of the Sky”, directed by Adrian Istrătescu Lener, 1989

“Maria and Mirabela in Transistoria”, directed by Ion Popescu Gopo, 1989

“The Miracle”, directed by Tudor Mărăscu, 1988

Dry Throat - “The Secret of the Secret Weapon”, directed by Alexandru Tatos, 1988

Tudor - “The Secret of Nemesis”, directed by Geo Saizescu, 1987

“Freshmen Spring”, directed by Mircea Moldovan, 1987

“The Zuzuc Action”, directed by Gheorghe Naghi, 1984

Nelu - “The Secret of Bachus”, directed by Geo Saizescu, 1984

“On Watch by Himself”, directed by Tudor Mărăscu, 1983

“Songs from Costinești”, directed by Constantin Păun, 1982

“Mad Forest”, directed by Nicolae Corjos, 1982

"I have an Idea", directed by Alecu Croitoru, 1981

Mihai Sendrea - "My Travelling Love", directed by Cornel Todea, 1981

"Song for my Son", directed by Constantin Dicu, 1980

"New Year’s Eve", directed by Nicolae Corjos, 1979

Victor Alexe - "Almond Chocolate", directed by Gheorghe Naghi, 1979

Camila - "September", directed by Timotei Ursu, 1978

"Statue take "short film, directed by Peter Bokor, 1977

Lieutenant Hartell -"For the Motherland", directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu, 1977

"Gloria Won’t Sing", directed by Alexandru Bocăneţ, 1976

"The Hidden Mountain", directed by Andrei Catalin Băleanu, 1974


Stage Direction

"A Princely Feast” by Theodor Mazilu, Nottara Theatre, 1982

“A Flea in Her Ear” by Georqes Feydeau, Nottara Theatre, 1993

“Carlo against Carlo” by Paul loachim, Odeon Theatre, 1994

“Outdoor Crooks” after Ion Băieșu, traveling show, 1995

“The Hotel” by Ray Cooney, Ovidiu Theatre from Constanța, 1997

“The Cafe” by Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark, Bulandra Theatre, 1997

“The Lesson” by Eugene lonesco, Theatrum Mundi, 1997

“The Hat” after “Un chapeau de paille” by Eugene Labiche, Comedy Theatre, 1998

"Carnival Stuff" after "Carnival Stuff" by Ion Luca Caraqiale, Nottara Theatre, 1999

"The Bridge" after "Suicide Bridge" Paul Joachim, National Theatre, 1999


Film Directing

"Luca”, feature film, 2020

“Happy Funerals”, 2013

 “The Silent Wedding”, feature film, 2008

“The Hat”, film TV, 2004

"The Ministry of Comedy", TV series, 1999



"I.L. Caragiale" National University of Theatre and Cinematography in Bucharest, class of Professor Octavian Cotescu, class of 1975


Translated by Simona Nichiteanu 

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