He became famous as the singer, frontman and songwriter of the band Beatrice in the late 1970s. He created a "phenomenon" with his stage style, doing long comical and/or aggressive monologues and performances calling Himself "A Nemzet csótánya" ("Roach of the Nation") and being an outspoken anti-Socialist. After the disband of Beatrice, he formed the band Bikini in 1982, then returned to Beatrice in 1987. He is in Beatrice ever since, doing tours and releasing albums up to this day. He also released a solo album and an Anthology. Outside music, Feró worked as an actor in a few films and theatrical plays.
On stage he played a part in the rock opera "István a király" and participated in the rock version of "Hamlet". He also played the part of Berger in the musical "Hair". Among his movie roles are "Céllövölde" (1989) in which he starred a detective and "Argo" (2004) in which he played Pro. He participated in Hungarian politics and was a member of the right-wing party MIÉP (MIÉP = Hungarian Justice and Life Party) from the early 1990s to 1999.
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