Born in Budapest, Hungary, Aniko Kaszas is a tri-lingual actress (French, Hungarian and English) with a passion for travelling, writing and kicking ass.
Aniko began her performance career quite young, dabbling in musical theatre, community productions, and a short stint at the AADA in New York City. Following that, she attended a four-year conservatory theatre program at the University of Toronto, with fellow graduates including Zaib Shaikh of "Midnight's Children" and Joanna Douglas of "Being Erica".
Often cast in a wide range of roles and ethnicities, she has been able to transform herself from Mother ("The Good Girl" and "Two") to Assassin ("6ix Ways from Sundown", co-starring Vivica A. Fox) to Hungarian Fencing Coach (Disney's "Frenemies") with ease and grace.
As a former nationally ranked fencer (Epee) and martial artist (Tae Kwon Do), Aniko has also been exploring the world of stunt performance. She is always willing to play with swords, fists, and fire, and has been certified by Fight Directors Canada as an actor/combatant.
Aniko continues to train and challenge herself in both the physical and emotional realms of stunt performance and acting technique. Constantly pushing her own boundaries, she's always up for a challenge and looks forward to many more roles to come.