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Andrea Tallós began her studies in the dance department of the Pécs High School of the Arts and then went on to graduate from the modern dance pedagogy course at the Hungarian State Ballet Institute and Eötvös Loránd University in 2004. She commenced her theatrical career as a dancer before taking on roles of varying levels of importance in the musicals Hair, at the Rock Theatre, and Robin Hood, Singin' in the Rain, Elizabeth, Crazy for You, Funny Girl and Can-Can at the Operetta Theatre, where she also featured in the operettas The Circus Princess and The Gypsy Princess, in addition to performing in the musical West Side Story at the Comedy Theatre and in Revue Déja Vu at the Moulin Rouge. Between 1989 and 2003, she collaborated on countless music and dance productions on Hungarian Television, and served as choreographer for the television series Tátika. She made her debut at the Hungarian State Opera House in 1997, in the role of Ida in Die Fledermaus.