Katarzyna Cichopek

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Katarzyna Cichopek during IV Meeting Of Fans of the TV Series "M jak miłość" in Gdynia 2010 - 18.jpg

Katarzyna Cichopek (born October 7, 1982 in Warsaw, Poland) is a Polish actress.

She is best known to the Polish audience as Kinga Zduńska, starring in the series M jak miłość[1] (L for Love) which is watched by nearly 10 million people. She is the winner of the popular TV show Taniec z Gwiazdami (Polish Dancing with the Stars).[2] She was the host of Jak oni śpiewają?[3] (Polish version of Soapstar Superstar).

Career[edit]

1997[edit]

Cichopek acted in the serial Boża podszewka as Elżutka.

2000[edit]

She was in the serial M jak miłość as Kinga Zduńska.

2004[edit]

She took part in the serial Dziki as Zosia Walczakowa.

2005[edit]

She was on the Polish Dancing with the stars: Taniec z Gwiazdami.

Cichopek became laureate of the award Viva! Najpiękniejsi.

2006[edit]

She became presenter of the festival "TOPTrendy".

2007[edit]

She became presenter on popular show Jak Oni Śpiewają? (Soapstar Superstar) and at the festival "TOPTrendy."

In the Eurovision Dance Contest 2007 Kasia Cichopek and Marcin Hakiel were in 4 place

2008[edit]

She married Marcin Hakiel.

Cichopek was a guest star in TV series Agentki as Anna Migdalska, I kto tu rzadzi? as Iwona, and Daleko od noszy as Joasia

2009[edit]

She took part in the TV series "Tancerze" as Klaudia.

Actor[edit]

Dancing with the Stars[edit]

In 2005 Cichopek took part in season 2 of Taniec z Gwiazdami. She danced with Marcin Hakiel and won the season.

Week Dance Points
1 Waltz (International Standard) 36
2 Rumba 36
3 Tango 36
4 Paso doble 36
5 Samba 36
6 Foxtrot 35
7 Jive 34
8 Quickstep and Rumba (34 and 40) 74
9 Cha-cha and Waltz (International Standard) (35 and 40) 75
10 FINALE Samba, Tango and Freestyle (39,39 and 40) 118

On September 4, 2006 she and partner Marcin Hakiel won "Finał Finałów" - finale season 3.

Period Dance Points
1 Waltz (International Standard) and Cha-cha (40 and 40) 80
2 Rumba and Tango (40 and 40) 80
3 Freestyle 40

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""M jak miłość" bez Katarzyny Cichopek?". onet.pl. 12 February 2008. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "Katarzyna Cichopek udawała miłość?". Gazeta.pl. 6 December 2005. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
  3. ^ "Jak oni śpiewają!". Gazeta Współczesna. 20 April 2007. Retrieved 8 October 2010. 
Preceded by
Olivier Janiak & Kamila Kajak
Dancing with the Stars (Polish TV series) winner
Season 2 (Autumn 2005 with Marcin Hakiel)
Succeeded by
Rafał Mroczek & Aneta Piotrowska