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Hungarian Dubbing Services You Can Rely On


Despite English’s reputation as the global lingua franca, most of the world doesn’t speak English. Outside of native Anglophone countries, European nations tend to boast the highest rates of English proficiency, but that certainly doesn’t mean that most Europeans are fluent in English. Hungary in particular exhibits one of the lowest English proficiency rates on the continent, with a mere 20% of the population able to hold a conversation in English, according to data from 2012. Consequently, Hungary also represents a relatively untapped market of great potential—one that could offer great rewards if you added Hungarian dubs to your movie, TV series, game, or other media project.

Here at, breaking down language barriers is kind of our thing. With a diverse team of passionate Hungarian voice actors and dubbing experts, we can help you cater your creative works to Hungarian speakers and cultivate a new fanbase in Hungary and beyond. Sure, you could just add Hungarian subtitles to your work, but that’s not how you really enchant a Hungarian audience. Subtitles just don’t capture the level of emotion and nuance you need to truly immerse viewers—but Hungarian dubs do.

We provide free quotes for our Hungarian dubbing services for anyone who asks—so why not reach out today?

Our Hungarian dubs can help you carve out a new audience of millions.

Did you know that there are an estimated 17 million native speakers of Hungarian? That may be surprising, considering that Hungary only has a population of about 9.5 million. Indeed, a significant portion of Hungarian speakers reside outside of Hungary’s borders, primarily in the neighboring countries of Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine, all of which include regions that historically belonged to Hungary. The worldwide Hungarian diaspora (i.e., ethnic Hungarians living abroad) has also led to the rise of Hungarian-speaking communities in the US, Canada, Germany, France, the UK, Chile, Brazil, Australia, and Argentina.

Hungarian is native to Europe, but it’s not from the Indo–European language family. It’s one of only three European languages—the other two being Finnish and Estonian—that hails from the Uralic language family, which originated in the Ural mountain range in modern-day Russia. Hungarian, like Finnish, is characterized by a complex grammatical structure, featuring 18 cases marked by suffixes. The language adheres to a principle of vowel harmony, meaning every basic Hungarian word consists of only front vowels or only back vowels, and case suffixes may change to match the vowel grouping. Compound words may break the vowel harmony rule, however. Like English, Hungarian also uses a subject-verb-object word order by default, but it’s highly malleable, with just about any word order possible depending on the intended nuance. Clearly, Hungarian is a complicated language—so you should leave your Hungarian dub to the experts.

Our Hungarian dubbing services are available for any type of project.

We’ve gone all around the Hungarian-speaking world to bring together the best Hungarian voice actors and dubbing experts we could find. The experienced Hungarian dubbing experts on our team draw on their experience working on a wide variety of movies, TV shows, video games, and online videos to ensure they deliver smooth, high-quality Hungarian dubs that exceed your expectations. So, no matter what kind of media you’re creating, we have the right Hungarian voice actor for you.

The same is true for Hungarian dialects. With Hungarian spoken natively in several European countries, numerous dialects of the Uralic language have cropped up, and we do our best to represent all of them. So, if you’re seeking Hungarian dubs in a specific variant of Hungarian, just let us know! We’re bound to have skilled voice actors in the dialect you want.

Our Hungarian dubs give you the opportunity to grow your audience by millions. So why wait? Send us a message today detailing your vision for Hungarian dubbing services!

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