Artist Biography Kati Wolf (Native form: Wolf Kati) (born 24th September, 1974 in Szentendre, Hungary) is a Hungarian singer. In 1981, at the age of 7 she sang the title song of Vuk: The Little Fox, a popular Hungarian animated film. In 2009 she released her debut album ‘Wolf-áramlat’ which included songs written by her father Péter Wolf, a well-known Hungarian composer. In 2010 she applied for the first Hungarian edition of The X Factor talent show and made it to the televised finals where she placed sixth. After that, she released her second album which included the songs she performed during the show. In early 2011 she released her song Szerelem, miért múlsz? with which she was chosen to represent Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Her third album, titled ‘Vár a holnap’ was released in November.