Gołda Tencer

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Gołda Tencer
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Gołda Tencer
Born (1949-08-02) August 2, 1949 (age 68)
Łódź, Poland
Nationality Polish
Occupation Actress, singer
Years active 1979 - present
Spouse(s) Szymon Szurmiej
Children Dawid Szurmiej
Parent(s) Szmul Tencer
Sonia Tencer
Awards For Merits to Culture - Gloria Artis
Knight's Cross Order of Polonia Restituta
Officer's Cross Order of Polonia Restituta
Commander's Cross Order of Polonia Restituta
The Gold Lyre Prize (Israel)

Gołda Tencer (yid. גאָלדע טענצער, born 2 August 1949 in Łódź) is a Polish-Jewish actress and singer.

Gołda Tencer was born to a Jewish family, the daughter of Szmul and Sonia Tencer. In 1971 she graduated from Actors Studio in Warsaw. In 1984, as a scholar of the United States government, she explored theater life in U.S.[1]

At present, Tencer is an actress and director of the Jewish Theatre in Warsaw.

Filmography[edit]

  • 2007: Liebe nach Rezept - as Rosha
  • 2004: Alles auf Zucker! - as Golda Zuckermann
  • 1985: War and love
  • 1983: The Winds of War
  • 1983: Haracz szarego dnia - as Róża
  • 1982: Hotel Polan und Seine Geste - as miss Menasze
  • 1982: Austeria - as Blanka
  • 1979: Komedianci
  • 1979: Gwiazdy na dachu
  • 1979: Dybuk - as Lea
  • 1979: Doktor Murek - as Kapelewicz's daughter
  • 1979: David

Songs[edit]

  • Ballady i romanse
  • Bei Mir Bistu Shein
  • Cadikim
  • Dieta
  • Dudele
  • Ejli, Ejli
  • Fraytik Oyf Der Nakht
  • Josl, Josl
  • Kinder Jorn
  • Mein Jidishe Mame
  • Mein Shtetele Belz
  • Rebeka
  • Rebns Nysn
  • Rozinkes mit Mandlen
  • Sekrety drzew
  • Varnitshkes
  • Zemerl

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