Lista de Personas Famosas llamadas Janos
János Kornai, conocido hasta 1945 como János Kornhauser fue un economista húngaro reconocido por su análisis y crítica de las economías planificadas en los estados comunistas de la Europa oriental.
János Áder es un político y abogado húngaro que ocupa el cargo de presidente de Hungría desde el 10 de mayo de 2012. Es cofundador del partido Fidesz y presidió la Asamblea Nacional de Hungría entre 1998 y 2002. También fue eurodiputado.
János Gróz was a Hungarian handball and beach handball coach. He was one of the most successful trainers in Hungary in the beach version of the sport.
Count János Eszterházy was a prominent ethnic Hungarian politician in inter-war Czechoslovakia and later in the First Slovak Republic. He was a member of the Czechoslovak Parliament and of the Slovak Assembly. After the Second World War, he was illegally deported to the Soviet Union, sentenced on trumped-up charges at a show trial, and imprisoned. In the meantime he was sentenced, in absentia, to death by the National Court in Bratislava on the charges of High Treason to the State, collaboration with enemy, the breaking-up of Czechoslovakia, and his participation in an anti-democratic regime as a deputy of the Slovak Assembly. The sentence was not executed as a consequence of a Presidential pardon, following his return to Czechoslovakia from Soviet Union. He died in prison in 1957.
János György Szilágyi
János György Szilágyi was a Hungarian historian who was a specialist in ancient drama and Greek art. He was born in Budapest. In 2011 he was awarded the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary. He died at the age of 97 in 2016.
János Kádár, (en húngaro Kádár János fue un político húngaro, primer ministro de su país en dos ocasiones, una entre 1956 y 1958, y otra entre 1961 y 1965. Con todo, continuó siendo el presidente del Partido Socialista Obrero Húngaro hasta su muerte, en 1989. El periodo e ideología política asociado con él es conocido como "kádárismo".
János Szentágothai FRS was a Kossuth Prize-winning Hungarian anatomist, Professor, Member of Parliament, and President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Anthony G. doctor and grandson of Alexander Lumniczer, great-grandson of a doctor. The general assembly of UNESCO decided the year 2012 to be dedicated to honour the 100th birthday of János Szentágothai.
Count János Zichy de Zich et Vásonkeő was a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Religion and Education between 1910–1913 and in 1918. He was a member of the House of Magnates from 1894. He was the chairman of the Catholic People's Party for many years, but he resigned in 1903. He joined the Constitution Party in 1906. When the party collapsed, he became a member of the Party of National Work.
János Szász is a Hungarian film director, screenwriter and theater director. He has directed eleven films since 1983. His film Witman fiúk was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival and was entered into the 20th Moscow International Film Festival. His 2007 film Opium: Diary of a Madwoman was entered into the 29th Moscow International Film Festival.
János Kende is a Hungarian cinematographer. He has worked on more than 60 films since 1967. He was a member of the jury at the 27th Moscow International Film Festival.
János Székely, también conocido como Hans Székely y John S. Toddy, fue un escritor y guionista húngaro, más conocido por su novela autobiográfica Tentación publicada originalmente en 1949. Publicó sus novelas bajo el seudónimo John Pen.
János Martonyi is a Hungarian politician, who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1998 to 2002 and from 2010 to 2014. He is a member of the Fidesz – Hungarian Civic Union party. He was part of the Amato Group that unofficially drafted a new treaty for the European Union after the European Constitution was rejected by the French and Dutch voters.
Johann von Vásáry or János Vaszary (1899–1963) was a Hungarian actor, screenwriter, playwright and film director. Several of his plays were adapted into films including I Entrust My Wife to You in 1943.
János Kulka is a Hungarian actor. He appeared in more than fifty films since 1980, and is a leading stage actor of his generation in Hungary. He received the Kossuth and Jászai Mari Prize; he is an eternal member of the Society of Immortals.