Polish stage, television and film actor who graduated from the Wroclaw Faculty of Ludwik Solski Academy for Dramatic Arts in Cracow. He made his first professional stage appearance while still a student at the Teatr Polski in Wroclaw in the play “Asylum” directed by Krystian Lupa. His first big screen appearance was in Day of the Wacko. His selected filmography includes: Slaughterhouse No.; Immensity of Justice; Who Never Lived; Lejdis and Testosterone; The Lesser of Two Evils; Love and Dance; The Art of Massage; Hans Kloss-More Than Death at Stake; How to Get Rid of Cellulitis: The Male-Female WA; Absolute Beginner; The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683; The Girl from the Wardrobe; Love; Strong Coffee Isn’t That Bad; 11 Minutes and most recently-Julius, a comedy directed by Aleksander Pietrzak. He scored numerous awards for his film and stage performances. He is a keen photographer and painter and he also loves playing with Lego bits and bricks.