Bronislav Poloczek

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Bronislav Poloczek
Born (1939-08-07)7 August 1939
Sucha Górna, Poland
Died 16 March 2012(2012-03-16) (aged 72)
Prague, Czech Republic
Resting place Olšany Cemetery
Nationality Polish
Alma mater Juliusz Słowacki Polish Grammar School
Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts
Occupation Actor
Years active 1956–2012
Notable work Černí baroni
Hospoda
Ulice
Synové a dcery Jakuba skláře
Spouse(s) Zdenka

Bronislav Poloczek (Polish: Bronisław Poloczek) (7 August 1939 – 16 March 2012)[1] was a Polish-Czech theatre and television actor.

Poloczek was born in Horní Suchá (Sucha Górna). He was best known for his appearances with the Prague National Theatre. He also appeared in various Czech television series, including Ulice and Hospoda; and many films, including Černí baroni. In 2012, he died in Prague, aged 72.

Personal life[edit]

Poloczek was a member of the Polish minority in the Czech Republic, always emphasizing his belonging to the Polish nation.[2] In 1956 Poloczek graduated from the Juliusz Słowacki Polish Grammar School. He was married to Zdenka. The couple had a son Bronislav. His wife died in 1995. Poloczek died in 16 March 2012 and was interred at the Olšany Cemetery in Prague.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zemřel herec Bronislav Poloczek –". Novinky.cz. Retrieved 17 March 2012. 
  2. ^ Rudnik, Czesława (April 2012). "Smutny klaun". Zwrot: 20.