Tamas Nadas

Tamas Nadas was born on November 27, 1978 in Budapest, Hungary. He is an American actor, producer, stuntman, a retired police detective, along with Being a three-time World Champion and eight-time European Champion in Martial Arts. Tamas has worked on numerous films, most notable among them are Busy Day, The Last Sentinel, Battle Planet, The Martial Arts Kid 2: Payback, and Perps.

Tamas also owns and operates Busy Day Productions, and is co-owner of Dark Road Pictures, a Broadcast & Media Production Company that specializes in producing action films in its Albuquerque, New Mexico headquarters.

Growing up in Budapest, Tamas’ life revolved around karate from the time he was three years old. In fact, by the age of 22, he was a World Champion and 8-time European Champion in Martial Arts, and was granted an O-1 Visa and US Citizenship based on his “Extraordinary Ability and Achievements.” Tamas chose to begin his American journey in the Big Apple.

While living in New York City, Tamas rigorously studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio and continued to train and sharpen his martial arts skills for stunt work and acting roles. Then in 2005, Tamas moved to Los Angeles. It was in LA where he landed his first major role on The Last Sentinel with Don “The Dragon” Wilson. Shortly afterwards, Emilio Lavezzi would cast Tamas in an action short film titled, The Exchange. Tamas would go on to also produce several award-winning shorts. He’d later co-produce Argo 2 with Attila Arpa, with the full theatrical version released in Hungary and a handful of other European countries.

Tamas continued his acting education for years at the Ivana Chubbuck studio and at the Lee Strasberg Academy.

Tamas recently produced the movie called Millennium Bugs and the award winning short film, Perps, which starred Lou Ferrigno.

“Tamas was great and easy to work with. A real pro. The whole cast was great. I wish we had more time to work together!”

-Lou Ferrigno