The article explores the rich and complex history of the Roma people in Hungary. The Roma people, also known as Gypsies, are believed to have originated from the Indian subcontinent and migrated westward over many centuries. They have faced widespread discrimination and persecution throughout history, including enslavement and genocide during World War II. Despite these challenges, the Roma community in Hungary has produced many successful individuals across various fields, including politics, entertainment, science, and sports. Lívia Járóka, the first Roma member of the European Parliament, and Orbán Kolompár, a businessman, entrepreneur, and politician, are some of the most notable Roma success stories in Hungary. The article concludes that by recognizing the accomplishments and contributions of the Roma community, we can work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable society for all.