Pavel Bartoș studied Drama at the Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj, in the class of Marius Bodochi. He has taken part in numerous workshops: Studies on the Subject of Chekhov, held by Radu Penciulescu (Olănești, 1997), Acting Workshop on the Subject of Commedia dell’Arte, held by the actors of the Piccolo Teatro, Milan (Timișoara, 1998), The Third Meeting of European Drama Schools and Academies (Tîrgoviște, 1999), Sanda Manu’s workshop on the actor’s art (Timișoara, 2000), and Intermediate States, held by Nicky Wolcz (Timișoara, 2001).
From 1993 to 1994, he was an actor at the Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj. From 1996 to 1997, he worked with the National Theatre, Cluj, and from 1997 to 1999 was an actor at the Nord Theatre, Satu Mare. From 1999 to 2000 he was a teaching assistant in the Drama Department of the Timișoara Western University. From 1999 to 2001 he was an actor at the Timișoara National Theatre, the Csiky Gergely Hungarian State Theatre, Timișoara, the Timișoara Romanian Opera, and the Union Theatre, Bucharest. From 2001 to 2003 he continued to work with the Csiky Gergely State Theatre and was an actor at the Bucharest National Opera. Since 2001 he has been an actor at the Odéon Theatre, Bucharest, where he has stood out for his interpretation of rôles including Trufaldino in Carlo Goldoni’s Servant for Two Masters, directed by Peter Kerek, Švejk, in an adaptation of Jaroslav Hašek’s The Good Soldier Švejk, directed by Alexandru Dabija, Mohaci in Rosa Liksom’s Family Affairs, directed by Radu Afrim, Dunno in Nikolay Nosov’s Adventures of Dunno, directed by Alexandru Dabija, and multiple parts in Hanoch Levin’s How Much Hope, directed by Radu Afrim. In 1998 he was awarded the Grand Prize at the Young Actor’s Gala, Costinești.
He competed in the sixth season of the television programme I Dance for You alongside Luciana Muntean, coming third in the competition. He is the co-presenter of Romanians Have Talent and The Voice of Romania.
Pavel Bartoș reads poetry by: