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Kati Wolf
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Background information
Birth name Katalin Wolf
Born (1974-09-24) 24 September 1974 (age 42)
Origin Szentendre, Hungary
Genres Pop
Years active 1982 – present
Labels Sony Music Hungary

Kati Wolf (born 24 September 1974, Szentendre) is a Hungarian singer and former airline purser. Wolf represented Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 with the song "What About My Dreams?".

At the age of seven, Wolf sang the title track for the popular Hungarian cartoon Vuk. Besides singing she also took piano and jazz dance classes. After her graduation as solfege teacher - chorus master at the Hungarian Music Academy, she worked with numerous bands in different genres but her big breakthrough came in 2010 as a finalist of the Hungarian version of the talent show "X-Faktor".

Discography Edit

Albums Edit

  • Wolf-áramlat (2009)
  • Az első X — 10 dal az élő showból (2011)
  • Vár a holnap (2011)

Charted singles Edit

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
AUS BEL SWI UK HUN
2011 "What About My Dreams?" 47 45 53 128 1 Vár a holnap
2012 "Lángolj" - - - - 15
"Az aki voltam (The Last Time)" - - - - 29

Other single releases Edit

  • "Vuk dala" (1981)

At Own Eurovision Song ContestEdit

Kati Wolf represented Hungary in Own Eurovision Song Contest, three times. First participation was in the OESC #07 where she placed 18th. The second time she represented her country was in the special edition OESC #14, she didn't manage to qualify and ended in 12th place in the semi-final. Last time she represented Hungary in the Own Eurovision Song Contest 16 with her song "Vár a holnap", this time she managed to qualify and ended in 25th place.

After Hungary won the Own Eurovision Song Contest, she was selected to present the Own Eurovision Song Contest 19 in Budapest, Hungary.

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Tolvai Renata
"Lazadas"
Hungary in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #07
Succeeded by
Brigitta feat. Snoop Dogg
"Play me like a violin"
Preceded by
Hien
"Not livin' in yesterday"
Hungary in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #14
Succeeded by
Enikö Muri
"Késö már"
Preceded by
Enikö Muri
"Késö már"
Hungary in Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #16
Succeeded by
NOX
"Szeretem"
Preceded by
Andrei Leonte, Antonia and Inna
Presenter of Own Eurovision Song Contest
OESC #19
Succeeded by
TBA

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