ucie Končoková was born in 1988 in České Budějovice. Her parents wanted her to become a doctor, but at the age of 13 she won a recitation contest and since then it was obvious that one day she would become an actress. After graduation she was admitted to the Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (JAMU) in Brno where she studied acting.
During her studies she worked on production of several plays with the director Barbara Herz, including monodrama Ofélie: Nelkám! Kontempluji., for which she was awarded the prize for the best female actor at the F.I.S.T. student festival in Belgrade. She attended several acting and dance workshops and seminars (Malta, Alexandria, Vienna), and she has also focused on singing (thanks to her teacher Hana Horká). In 2012, she graduated with the role of Natalie in The Prince of Homburg by Heinrich von Kleista.
After graduation, she was a “freelancer” for two seasons and performed more than ten roles at several theatres across the Czech Republic. Her most significant roles were: Lada in Creatures at the Haná Region Theatre (HaDivadlo), Jitka in the bigbeat retro musical Hvězdy na vrbě at the City Theatre in Most, or Anežka in Mrštík’s A Year in a Village which was performed at the South Bohemian Theatre in her hometown. In 2014 she got the role of Ophelia in Shakespeare’s Hamlet at the Moravian Theatre in Olomouc and the role of Lycia in the musical Quo vadis at the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre. At the beginning of the 2014/2015 season she has become a member of the National Moravian-Silesian Theatre.
She likes red wine, books, airports, clean bed linen and autumn. She would like to travel around the world and she believes that one day she will run the whole marathon.