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'''Eszter Balint''' (July 7, 1966) is a [[singing|singer]], songwriter, violinist, and [[actress]].<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bustle.com/articles/25773-who-plays-amia-on-louie-a-kickass-violinist-thats-who |title=Who Plays Amia on Louie? publisher=Bustle |date=May 26, 2014}}</ref>
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==Biography==
Eszter Balint (July 7, 1966) is a singer, songwriter, violinist, and actress.[1]
She was born on July 7, 1966 in [[Budapest, Hungary]] to István Bálint.
 
== Film ==
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She first emerged as a child member of the [[avant-garde]] [[Squat Theatre]] troupe before making her cinematic debut in 1984 in [[film director|director]] [[Jim Jarmusch]]'s independent film ''[[Stranger Than Paradise]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.nytimes.com/2007/12/02/arts/02balint.html?_r=0 |title=Stephan Balint, 64, a Founder of the Squat Theater, Dies |publisher=The New York Times |date=December 2, 2007}}</ref> She appeared in the 1990 film ''[[Bail Jumper]]''. Roles in ''[[The Linguini Incident]]'', Woody Allen's ''[[Shadows and Fog]]'' and [[Steve Buscemi]]'s ''[[Trees Lounge]]'' followed.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bustle.com/articles/25773-who-plays-amia-on-louie-a-kickass-violinist-thats-who |title=Who Plays Amia on Louie? |publisher=Bustle |date=May 26, 2014}}</ref>
 
== Television ==
1 Biography
In 1985 she made her TV debut in ''[[Miami Vice]]''. She played Dorothy Bain in the episode "Buddies" which aired November 1, 1985. In 2014 Balint appeared as Amia, a violin-playing Hungarian love interest for Louis C.K. on the latter's FX sitcom, ''[[Louie (TV series)|Louie]].''<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2014/05/20/louis_c_k_s_jim_jarmusch_allusion_eszter_balint_s_louie_character_is_a_tribute.html |title=Louis C.K. Pays a Subtle Tribute to Jim Jarmusch |publisher=Slate |date=May 20, 2014}}</ref>
2 Film
3 Television
4 Music
5 References
6 External links
 
== Music ==
Biography
Balint is an accomplished musician whose two releases, ''Flicker'' and ''Mud'', both produced by [[JD Foster]], were praised by ''[[The New York Times]]'', ''[[The New Yorker]]'', and [[Billboard Magazine]]. In his review of ''Mud'', [[Jon Pareles]] writes: "Miss Balint has her own film noir sensibility as a songwriter. She puts arty twists into back-alley Americana... but the cleverness is not the point. She slips inside her characters to project their restlessness and longing."<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.nytimes.com/2004/03/15/arts/critic-s-choice-new-cd-s-restless-heroines-in-moody-dramas.html |title=CRITIC'S CHOICE/New CD's; Restless Heroines In Moody Dramas |publisher=The New York Times |date=March 15, 2004}}</ref>
 
Balint has appeared on recordings by [[Michael Gira|Michael Gira's]] ''Angels of Light'', [[Marc Ribot|Marc Ribot's]] ''Los Cubanos Postizos'' and [[John Lurie|John Lurie's]] [[Marvin Pontiac|Marvin Pontiac's]] ''Greatest Hits'', Dayna Kurtz, and the Swans. She was a featured guest member of Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog touring Europe throughout 2009 and is featured on their 2013 release "Your Turn."
She was born on July 7, 1966 in Budapest, Hungary to István Bálint.
Film
 
==References==
She first emerged as a child member of the avant-garde Squat Theatre troupe before making her cinematic debut in 1984 in director Jim Jarmusch's independent film Stranger Than Paradise.[2] She appeared in the 1990 film Bail Jumper. Roles in The Linguini Incident, Woody Allen's Shadows and Fog and Steve Buscemi's Trees Lounge followed.[3]
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Television
 
==External links==
In 1985 she made her TV debut in Miami Vice. She played Dorothy Bain in the episode "Buddies" which aired November 1, 1985. In 2014 Balint appeared as Amia, a violin-playing Hungarian love interest for Louis C.K. on the latter's FX sitcom, Louie.[4]
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Music
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*[http://www.eszterbalint.com Official website]
*[http://siouxwire-annex.blogspot.com/2000/09/interview-eszter-balint.html SiouxWIRE interview] interview + profile
 
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Balint is an accomplished musician whose two releases, Flicker and Mud, both produced by JD Foster, were praised by The New York Times, The New Yorker, and Billboard Magazine. In his review of Mud, Jon Pareles writes: "Miss Balint has her own film noir sensibility as a songwriter. She puts arty twists into back-alley Americana... but the cleverness is not the point. She slips inside her characters to project their restlessness and longing."[5]
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| PLACE OF BIRTH = Budapest, Hungary
Balint has appeared on recordings by Michael Gira's Angels of Light, Marc Ribot's Los Cubanos Postizos and John Lurie's Marvin Pontiac's Greatest Hits, Dayna Kurtz, and the Swans. She was a featured guest member of Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog touring Europe throughout 2009 and is featured on their 2013 release "Your Turn."
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References
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"Who Plays Amia on Louie? publisher=Bustle". May 26, 2014.
"Stephan Balint, 64, a Founder of the Squat Theater, Dies". The New York Times. December 2, 2007.
"Who Plays Amia on Louie?". Bustle. May 26, 2014.
"Louis C.K. Pays a Subtle Tribute to Jim Jarmusch". Slate. May 20, 2014.
 
"CRITIC'S CHOICE/New CD's; Restless Heroines In Moody Dramas". The New York Times. March 15, 2004.
 
External links
 
Eszter Balint at the Internet Movie Database
Eszter Balint at AllMovie
Official website
SiouxWIRE interview interview + profile
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