She was born in Opava and she graduated at the Janáček Conservatory in Ostrava in Eva Gebauerová-Phillips’s class. Even formerly, she pursued singing intensively which can be confirmed by her triumph in the regional round at the singing competition Talent 86 and her promotion to the national round.
Between 1994 and 2004, she was a solo singer in a RedHats country band. They were playing both here in the Czech Republic and abroad and they also appeared in entertaining TV shows and released two CDs. Since 2003, she has been a member of the operetta/musical company of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. She likes recalling her roles in the following productions: Six Wives of Henry VIII (Catherine Howard), Camelot (Elaine), The Executioner and The Fool (Juanilla), the Isle of Love (Lolita), Clochemerle (wife Anastasia), Sugar-Some Like It Hot (Sugar Cane)Hello, Dolly! (Irene Molloy) or Rose Marie (Wanda). In 2010, she played the main role in a new version of Alain Boublil and Michel Legrand‘s musical Marguerite, thanks to this role, she was nominated for the Thalia Awards in 2011. Other significant musical roles followed: Gita in Pardon My English, Elizabeth of Pomerania in A Night at Karlstein, Marfuša in The Father Frost, The Narrator in Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Betty in the original czech musical The Phantom of London, the title role in Evita and Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. She shines in an absolutely unique way in the music drama Edith and Marlene as Edith Piaf for which she received a Thalia Award 2014 in the operetta-musical cathegory. She has guested as Zuzana and Jiřina Buchtelová in the musical The Full Monty in the drama company of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre and in Hybernia Theatre in Prague as Betty in The Phantom of London (Přízrak Londýna – a Prague version). In Brno City Theatre, she has appeared as Fantina in the world-wide known Les Misérables. She loves her family, friends, being outdoors and animals. In summer, she likes horse-riding, rock climbing and sitting with nice people in a pub.