Aleksander Krupa

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Olek Krupa
Born Aleksander Krupa
(1947-03-18) 18 March 1947 (age 71)[1]
Rybnik, Poland
Nationality Polish
Other names Olek Krupa
Occupation Actor (film and television)
Years active 1979–present

Aleksander Krupa (born 18 March 1947), often credited as Olek Krupa, is a Polish actor, active in film and television roles and best known for playing villains and/or criminals, such as in Eraser, Blue Streak and Home Alone 3. He also notably portrayed a Bosnian Serb general engaged in genocide against Bosnian Muslims in 2001's Behind Enemy Lines and portrayed the President of Russia in 2010's action thriller film Salt.





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