György Budaházy (born June 3, 1969) is a Hungarian-American political figure, founder and leader of the Hungarian Turuls radical right-wing organization, operating in the United States.
Budaházy flee from his native Hungary in 1992, after graduating from engineering at the age of 23. His main reason for being a dissident was that he was "sick and tired of the Communist system". After some years of work, supported by friends already living in the US, Budaházy founded the Hungarian Turuls organization, a "cultural group", mostly associated with radical right-wing and anti-communist politics.
Budaházy currently lives near Washington D.C., with his wife, Orsolya Marosi, and two children, working as an engineer, and operating Magyar Radio (where he occasionally serves as a host) and the Magyar News website.