László Kovács (Slovene: Laci Kovač, Ladislav Kovač) (December 15, 1950) is a Hungarian Slovene-language writer, amateur actor and beekeeper. Kovács was born was in Vashegyalja, Vas county, Hungary (today Kétvölgy). His father, Vilmos Kovács, is of Hungarian descent, his mother was a Slovene, Mária Zankócs. In the 1970s and 2000s, he taught in Apátistvánfalva. Between 1998 and 2006 was the mayor of Apátistvánfalva. Kovács lead the amateur theatrical company Veseli pajdaši after Irén Barbér's death and author of few comedies in the Prekmurian language, and with his group received 2010 the national prize A Nemzetiségi Hagyományok Átörökítéséért (For the legacy of minority cultures) at the ARCUSFEST international theater festival in Budapest.

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  • László Kovács (Slovene: Laci Kovač, Ladislav Kovač) (December 15, 1950) is a Hungarian Slovene-language writer, amateur actor and beekeeper. Kovács was born was in Vashegyalja, Vas county, Hungary (today Kétvölgy). His father, Vilmos Kovács, is of Hungarian descent, his mother was a Slovene, Mária Zankócs. In the 1970s and 2000s, he taught in Apátistvánfalva. Between 1998 and 2006 was the mayor of Apátistvánfalva. Kovács lead the amateur theatrical company Veseli pajdaši after Irén Barbér's death and author of few comedies in the Prekmurian language, and with his group received 2010 the national prize A Nemzetiségi Hagyományok Átörökítéséért (For the legacy of minority cultures) at the ARCUSFEST international theater festival in Budapest. Kovács is also a recognized beekeeper in the Slovene region of Hungary, who uses the old traditional apiary and produces some specialty honey. (en)
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  • László Kovács (Slovene: Laci Kovač, Ladislav Kovač) (December 15, 1950) is a Hungarian Slovene-language writer, amateur actor and beekeeper. Kovács was born was in Vashegyalja, Vas county, Hungary (today Kétvölgy). His father, Vilmos Kovács, is of Hungarian descent, his mother was a Slovene, Mária Zankócs. In the 1970s and 2000s, he taught in Apátistvánfalva. Between 1998 and 2006 was the mayor of Apátistvánfalva. Kovács lead the amateur theatrical company Veseli pajdaši after Irén Barbér's death and author of few comedies in the Prekmurian language, and with his group received 2010 the national prize A Nemzetiségi Hagyományok Átörökítéséért (For the legacy of minority cultures) at the ARCUSFEST international theater festival in Budapest. (en)
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