Artur Żmijewski (actor)

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Artur Żmijewski

Artur Żmijewski (born 10 April 1966, in Radzymin) is a Polish movie and stage actor.

Biography[edit]

He graduated from the M. Konopnickiej High School in Legionowo, and then in 1990 from the Theatre Academy in Warsaw.

In 1989-1991 he performed with the Contemporary Theatre (Teatr Współczesny), in 1991-1992 at the Ateneum Theatre and Theatre Scene Presentations (Teatr Scena Prezentacje), and in 1998-2010 he appeared at the National Theatre (all in Warsaw).

Since 2007 he has been a national Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. Since 2009 he has been an honorary citizen of Legionowo. He has a wife Paulina and three children Ewa (born 1993), Karol (born 2000), and Wiktor (born 2002).[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • 1984: Dzień czwarty, an insurgent
  • 1986: Złota mahmudia, as the fisherman Mitko
  • 1989: A Tale of Adam Mickiewicz's 'Forefathers' Eve', as Gustaw – Konrad
  • 1989: Ostatni dzwonek, as Jackowski
  • 1989: Inventory, as Tomasz
  • 1990: Napoleon, as the writer of Napoleon
  • 1990: Escape from the 'Liberty' Cinema, as Krzysztof, ex-husband of the censor
  • 1991: 3 dni bez wyroku, as Adam Niedzicki "Mruk"
  • 1991: Ferdydurke (30 door key), as Kopyrda
  • 1991–1992 Kim był Joe Luis, as Maciek, a friend Joniego
  • 1991: Panny i Wdowy, as the priest Bradecki, an exile in Siberia
  • 1992: Enak, as a young reporter
  • 1992: Pigs, as Radosław Wolf, an arms dealer
  • 1994: Anioł Śmierci, as the policeman Marty
  • 1994: Psy II: Ostatnia krew, as Radosław Wolf
  • 1994: Wyliczanka, as Adam, the father of Artur
  • 1995: Daleko od siebie, as Marcin Borowski
  • 1995: Ekstradycja, as Wiesiek Cyrk
  • 1995: Gnoje, as Czesiek
  • 1995: Za co?, as Józef Migurski
  • 1996: Deszczowy żołnierz, as Jerzy, Anny's husband
  • 1996: Słodko gorzki, as Adam
  • 1996: Escape from Recsk, as Gyula Molnar
  • 1997: Gniew, as Paweł
  • 1997: Przystań, as Rafał, a colleague of Jana
  • 1998: 13 posterunek, as Santa Claus
  • 1998: Amok, as a broker
  • 1998: Demons of War, as Biniek
  • 1998: Matki, żony i kochanki, as tennis player Piotr Rafalik
  • 1998: Złoto dezerterów, as lieutenant "Pet"
  • 1998: Żona przychodzi nocą
  • 1999–2012: Na dobre i na złe, as the surgeon Jakub Burski, former head of the Department of Emergency Medical Services (episodes 1-472)
  • 1999: Headquarters: Warsaw, as Karol
  • 1999: Ostatnia misja, as Deputy Inspector Krzysztof Myszkowski
  • 1999: Pierwszy milion (TV series), as Piotr Leja
  • 2000: Pierwszy milion, as "Likwidator"
  • 2000: Wyrok na Franciszka Kłosa, as Aschel
  • 2001: In Desert and Wilderness, as Władysław Tarkowski, the father of Stasia
  • 2001: Miś Kolabo, as a lieutenant
  • 2002: Sfora, as Roman Kruk, a new collaborator with Olbrychta
  • 2004: Ławeczka, as Piotr Kot
  • 2004: Nigdy w życiu!, as Adam
  • 2006: Bezmiar sprawiedliwości, as Jerzy Kuter
  • 2006: Bezmiar sprawiedliwości (TV series), as Jerzy Kuter
  • 2006: Fałszerze – powrót Sfory, as Roman Kruk
  • 2006: Just Love Me, as Adam
  • 2006: We're All Christs
  • 2007: Katyń, as Andrzej, Captain of the 8th Cavalry Regiment
  • 2007: Odwróceni, as sub-inspector Paweł Sikora
  • 2007: Świadek koronny, as sub-inspector Paweł Sikora
  • 2008: Złodziej w sutannie, as Father Wójcik
  • From 2008: Ojciec Mateusz, as Father Mateusz Żmigrodzki
  • 2010: Mała matura 1947, as Tadeusz Taschke, Ludwik's father
  • 2012: My Father's Bike, as Paweł
  • 2013: Oszukane, as the father of twins
  • 2014: Kamienie na szaniec, as Stanisław Bytnar, the father of Jana Bytnara, aka "Rudy"

Polish dubbing[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 1989 – Viareggio (MFF) "Platinum Award" for best actor in the film Stan posiadania
  • 1990 – Nagroda Szefa Kinematografii for filmmaking in the field of feature films for the movie Lawa
  • 1991 – FPFF Gdynia, nomination for lead actor in the film 3 dni bez wyroku
  • 1992 – "Zbigniew Cybulski Prize"
  • 2001 – The "Telekamera" in the actors category (the prize is awarded by the readers of the "Tele Tydzień" TV magazine)
  • 2002 – The "Telekamera" in the actors category
  • 2002 – The "Telemaska" best actor television/theatre for the 2001/2002 season
  • 2003 – The "Telekamera" in the actors category
  • 2003 – The "Telemaska" best actor television/theatre for the 2002/2003 season
  • 2003 – "Stefan Treugutta Award" for a theater performance in "Edward II"
  • 2003 – "Viva Najpiękniejsi Award" granted by the readers of "Viva!" magazine
  • 2004 – "Golden Telekamera" prize
  • 2005 – Golden Cross of Merit[2]
  • 2010 – "Wiktora 2009" award for the most popular actor on television
  • 2011 – "Telekamera 2011" for the Ojciec Mateusz TV series, in which he plays the leading role

References[edit]

  1. ^ UNICEF people
  2. ^ na podstawie e-teatr.pl [dostęp: 2009-11-12]

External links[edit]