Kazimierz Wajda

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Kazimierz Wajda (3 December 1905 in Lwów - 8 May 1955 in Warsaw), stage name Szczepko, was a Polish actor, comedian. He worked and lived in prewar Polish Lwów (now Lviv, Ukraine). Together with Henryk Vogelfänger he was a star of the radio comedy duo "Szczepko and Tońko",[1] which was widely popular in Poland and abroad. Three movies were made also, along with comedian Stanisław Sielański.

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  1. ^ Lwów i jego mieszkańcy Przekrój, Jerzy Janicki (Polish)

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