Stanisława Perzanowska

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Stanisława Perzanowska
Born (1898-07-02)July 2, 1898
Warsaw
Died 24 May 1982(1982-05-24) (aged 83)
Warsaw
Nationality  Poland
Occupation Actress, director
Spouse(s) Zygmunt Chmielewski

Stanisława Perzanowska (born July 2, 1898 in Warsaw - May 24, 1982 in Warsaw) was a Polish actress, theater and film director, professor at the National Higher School of Theatre in Warsaw.

She graduated from the Warsaw Dramatic School in 1919. Immediately she started working for the Warsaw-based Teatr Reduta. She also collaborated with the Ateneum Theatre in Warsaw, Polish Theater in Vilnius, Silesian Theatre in Katowice, National Theatre and Teatr Współczesny in Warsaw.[1] [2]

Stanisława Perzanowska starred in several films, both before and after World War II. She was also well known for his role as Helena Matysiak in the popular radio drama The Matysiaks .

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Actress
Director

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