Botond Kis-Pál was born on 26th of March, 1981, in Gyula, Hungary. After graduating from a Catholic High School, he attended and successfully finished an IT course in Békéscsaba. He continued his studies in medical information technologies at the University of Debrecen. Besides the above said studies, he has also learned Oriental Medicine and Healing from which he graduated Masters Degree in 2004. He speaks English, German and Latin.
Among his ancestors there were nobles as well as landowning gentry. On 8th of March 1625, his family received the gentility from Ferdinand II, a member of the House of Habsburg, King of Hungary. Both of his parents are retired now after more than 40 years of work-time.
Since 2001, he works for the Kálmán Pándy County Hospital. His fields are the IT management of the medical research and development, erudition and medical IT.
His political life began in 2006. From that date he was a member of the Jobbik, the founder and president of its organization in Gyula, a member of the Békés County Committee and a member of the National Health Cabinet. He attended the Parliamentary Elections in 2006 as the nominee of the Jobbik and FKGP.
His name is connected to several national demonstrations. He invented the term „heterosexual-pride” and entered it to the media by organizing the first anti-homosexual demonstration in which he said „I am Hungarian, Christian and heterosexual accept me as I am”.
Since April 2011, he is one of the founders and the Vice-President of the Hungarian Phoenix Movement. His political views are radical right-winged, Christian, nationalist.
He lives in a harmonic relationship with his fiancée waiting for their first child to be born.