Dušan Jamrich began his career by impersonating young, handsome, committed and appealing men. Subsequently, he started playing the rough Haimon, Orestea, Prince Fridrich-like characters that later turned into dramatic, cynical and cruel Richard II., Solonyj, Henry of Wales, Richard III., Thomas More and Montparnasse. Today, he is a mature and sensible Count of Scerback, an authoritative and politically correct Menenius Agrippa but also a repellent and perverse Father, or a corrupt and decadent Karamazov. That these characters are so different from his natural persona underlines not only his extensive experience but also the malleability of his talent and how natural aging is linked with humility in the working process. He is a synonym for natural aging of a talent.
While he was in charge of the SNT, he became a vice-president of the European Theatre Convention (ETC), and co-organized the international festival Eurothalia 2002 in Bratislava. Dušan Jamrich represents an entire epoch of the ETC itself.