Here are 14 famous actors from Poland were born in 1963:
Mirosław Baka (December 15, 1963 Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski-) a.k.a. Miroslaw Baka is a Polish actor. He has two children, Lukasz Baka and Jeremi Baka.
Baka graduated from the Theatre Academy in Warsaw in 1986 and made his film debut two years later in the movie "Krótki film o miłości" (A Short Film About Love). He gained wide recognition for his role in the critically acclaimed film "Dzien swira" (Day of the Wacko) in 2002.
Baka has appeared in many Polish films and TV series, including "Solidarność, Solidarność..." (Solidarity, Solidarity...) and "Ziarno prawdy" (The Seed of Truth). He has also acted in international productions such as the German film "Der Baader Meinhof Komplex" and the British TV series "Strike Back".
Apart from acting, Baka is also a theater director and has directed several productions in Poland. He is also a member of the prestigious Polityka's Passport Award Committee, which awards individuals for their contributions to culture and society.
Baka has won several awards for his acting, including the Best Actor Award at the Gdynia Film Festival in 2002 for his role in "Dzien swira". He was also nominated for the Best Actor Award at the Polish Film Awards in 2005 for his performance in "Przemiany". In addition to his work in film and theater, Baka is a respected voice-over artist and has provided voice-over work for numerous movies and TV series. He is known for his deep and distinctive voice. Baka is an active philanthropist and is involved in various charitable organizations in Poland. He is particularly passionate about supporting children's causes and has been involved in fundraising efforts for children's hospitals and orphanages. Despite his success, Baka remains humble and is known for his down-to-earth personality. He is highly respected in the Polish acting community and is considered one of the country's finest actors.
Janusz Chabior (February 17, 1963 Legnica-) a.k.a. Janus Chabior is a Polish actor and voice actor.
He is best known for his work in theatre, film, and television. Chabior has performed in numerous plays, including Shakespeare's Hamlet and The Tempest. He has also appeared in a number of successful Polish TV series and movies such as "Królowie życia" and "Nielegalni". In addition to his acting work, Chabior is a prolific voice actor and has lent his voice to many animated films and TV series, including the Polish dubs of "The Simpsons" and "SpongeBob SquarePants". He has won numerous awards for his acting and voice work, including the prestigious Best Supporting Actor award at the Gdynia Film Festival.
Chabior was born in Legnica, Poland, and studied acting at the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Krakow. After completing his education, he began his acting career in theatre, quickly gaining recognition for his talent and versatility. Chabior has worked with some of the most notable theatrical companies in Poland, including the Nowy Theatre, the National Stary Theatre, and the Polski Theatre.
In addition to his work in the theatre, Chabior has also made a name for himself in film and television. He has appeared in many successful movies such as "The Pianist" and "Big Animal" and TV shows like "M jak miłość" and "Korona królów". He has also played significant roles in international productions, such as the German TV series, "Tatort" and the American film, "The Coldest Game".
Chabior is highly regarded for his voice work, having dubbed many popular foreign films and TV series into Polish. He has also lent his voice to characters in Polish-language animated films such as "Tytus, Romek i A’Tomek" and "Kajko i Kokosz".
Apart from his artistic pursuits, Chabior is an activist for animal rights causes and is a vegan. He has also authored a book about his experiences with veganism titled "Vegan Janusz Chabior".
Jarosław Boberek (June 14, 1963 Szczecinek-) a.k.a. Jaroslaw Boberek is a Polish actor and voice actor. His children are called Mateusz Boberek, Jan Boberek and Franciszek Boberek.
Boberek is best known for his voice acting work in various TV shows, movies, and video games. He has voiced characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants, Bugs Bunny, and Buzz Lightyear in the Polish versions of these productions. Boberek has also made several appearances in Polish films and TV shows, including "Boys Don't Cry" and "M jak miłość". In addition to his acting career, Boberek has also worked as a radio host and presenter. He has received numerous awards for his work as a voice actor, including the "Voice Actor of the Year" award at the 2015 KTR Advertising Creativity Festival.
Boberek began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1980s as a radio host and presenter. He then transitioned into voice acting and quickly became one of the most prominent voice actors in Poland, with his distinctive voice becoming instantly recognizable. In addition to his work as a voice actor, he has also been involved in directing and adapting scripts for Polish television shows and movies.
Boberek has worked on several popular animated television shows, including "Rugrats", "The Simpsons", and "Futurama". He has also lent his voice to several popular video games, including the "Assassin's Creed" and "Grand Theft Auto" series.
Aside from his work in entertainment, Boberek is also known for his social and political activism. He has been involved in several initiatives aimed at supporting human rights and promoting democracy in Poland. In recognition of his contributions to society, Boberek was awarded the Silver Cross of Merit by the President of Poland in 2019.
Despite his success and recognition, Boberek remains humble and grounded. He continues to work on new projects and is a beloved figure in the Polish entertainment industry.
Kazik Staszewski (March 12, 1963 Warsaw-) a.k.a. Kazik na Zywo or Kazik is a Polish musician, record producer, singer-songwriter and actor. He has two children, Kazimierz Staszewski and Jan Staszewski.
Kazik Staszewski rose to fame as the lead vocalist of the iconic Polish punk rock band Kult in the 1980s. He was known for his powerful and politically charged lyrics, which often criticized the communist regime in Poland. After Kult disbanded in 2001, Kazik formed his own band, Kazik na Zywo, and continued to make music that tackled social and political issues.
In addition to his musical career, Kazik has also acted in several films, including "The Big Animal" and "The Welts". He has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to Polish music, including the prestigious Fryderyk award. Kazik is known for his outspokenness and activism, and continues to be a prominent figure in Polish culture.
In addition to his work in music and acting, Kazik Staszewski is also a published author. He has written two books: "Piosenki polityczne i religijne" (Political and Religious Songs) and "Wielka liczba" (The Big Number).
Kazik is also a prominent figure in Polish politics, openly supporting the liberal and progressive movement in the country. He was a vocal opponent of the conservative government's controversial judicial reforms in 2017, and has been an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights in Poland.
Despite facing criticism and backlash from conservative and nationalist groups, Kazik remains dedicated to using his platform to raise awareness about social and political issues in Poland. He continues to write and perform music, and his songs remain as powerful and relevant as ever.
Józef Mika (August 21, 1963 Wrocław-) also known as Jozef Mika is a Polish actor.
He studied at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Wrocław, where he graduated in 1986. He is known for his work in both film and theatre. Mika has appeared in numerous theatre productions in Poland, including at the National Theatre and the Drama Theatre in Warsaw. In film, he has appeared in a variety of roles, including in Andrzej Wajda's "Korczak" and the TV series "Aby do świtu...". Mika is also a lecturer at the Acting Department of the National Film School in Łódź.
In addition to his work in theatre and film, Józef Mika has also lent his voice to various Polish language dubbings of foreign films and TV series. He is widely recognized for his performance as the Polish voice of Jack Sparrow, portrayed by Johnny Depp, in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" film franchise. Mika has received multiple awards throughout his career, including the Medal for Merit to Culture - Gloria Artis and the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta. In his personal life, Mika is married and has two children. He is also known for his love of football and is a fan of the local team, Śląsk Wrocław.
Wojciech Malajkat (January 16, 1963 Mrągowo-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Drama Academy in Warsaw in 1988. Malajkat has appeared in numerous films, television series, and theatrical productions throughout his career. He is particularly known for his work in historical dramas, including the TV series "Czterdziestolatek" and "Stawka większa niż życie". Malajkat has also worked as a voiceover artist, lending his voice to many Polish-language dubs of movies and TV shows.
Malajkat began his acting career in the early 1980s, performing in various theater productions in Poland. He quickly gained recognition for his talent and was eventually accepted into the prestigious Aleksander Zelwerowicz Drama Academy in Warsaw, where he honed his craft and graduated in 1988.
One of Malajkat's earliest and most iconic roles was in the TV series "Czterdziestolatek", where he played the character of Rysiek. The show, which aired in Poland in the late 1970s and early 1980s, was a huge hit and is still considered a classic of Polish television to this day.
In addition to his work in television, Malajkat has also appeared in numerous films throughout his career. One of his most notable film roles was in the 2000 movie "Dług", which was directed by Krzysztof Krauze and won several awards at the Cannes Film Festival.
Malajkat is also highly regarded for his work as a voiceover artist. He has lent his voice to a wide range of international movies and television shows, including "The Matrix", "Star Trek: The Next Generation", and "The Simpsons".
Overall, Malajkat is considered to be one of the most talented and versatile actors in Poland, and his contributions to the Polish entertainment industry have been significant and long-lasting.
Marcin Kudelka (October 5, 1963 Warsaw-) is a Polish actor.
He began his acting career in the early 1990s by working in various theatres across Poland. In 1995, he made his film debut in "Love Stories" (Historie miłosne). Kudelka's breakthrough role came in 2006, when he played the character of Czarek Czarkowski in the popular Polish TV series "M jak miłość". He has since appeared in numerous other films and TV shows, including "The Border" (Granica), "Capital" (Kapitał), and "The Crown of Kings" (Korona królów). In addition to acting, Kudelka is also a dubbing actor and has lent his voice to several foreign films and TV shows that have been dubbed into Polish. He is known for his versatility as an actor and his ability to play a wide range of characters.
Kudelka has received numerous awards and nominations throughout his career, including the Best Actor Award at the 2003 Television Theatre Festival in Sopot for his role in "Pudełko ze szpilkami". He was also nominated for the prestigious "Polityka Passport" award in 2009 for his contribution to Polish theatre and film. In addition to acting, Kudelka is also a respected theatre director and has directed productions at various theatres in Poland. He is known for his dedication to the craft of acting and for his commitment to promoting Polish theatre and film both at home and abroad. Kudelka is considered to be one of the leading actors of his generation in Poland, and his work has earned him a loyal following of fans both in Poland and beyond.
Dariusz Kowalski (December 19, 1963 Siemiatycze-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw in 1987. Kowalski is known for his roles in both film and theater productions. He has worked with some of the most respected directors in Poland and has been recognized for his performances with numerous awards, including the Best Actor award at the Gdynia Film Festival in 2000 for his role in "Escape". In addition to acting, Kowalski is also a theater director and has directed productions at the Teatr Współczesny in Warsaw. He is considered one of the most versatile actors in Poland and is highly respected by his peers.
Kowalski's career started in the early 1990s, where he appeared in a number of small theater productions. He made his film debut in "Magneto" in 1991, and since then, he has appeared in over 50 films, including "The Collector" (2005), "Essential Killing" (2010), and "The Forest" (2016). Kowalski is also a prolific television actor, having appeared in several TV series in Poland, including "Father Matthew" (2000-2005) and "The Pack" (2010-2012).
Aside from his impressive acting resume, Kowalski is also involved in social and humanitarian projects. He is a patron of the Children's Hospice Association in Poland, and he supports various charities that help sick children and their families. In recognition of his artistic and humanitarian contributions, he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta in 2017.
Kowalski is married with two children and keeps his personal life out of the public eye. He is known for his dedication to his craft and his commitment to the Polish film and theater industry.
Piotr Kondrat (February 16, 1963 Poland-) is a Polish actor.
He was born in Warsaw, Poland and graduated from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz State Theatre Academy. Kondrat is best known for his roles in Polish films and television series including "The Pianist" (2002), "Niania" (2005-2009) and "Korona królów" (2018-2021). In addition to his acting career, Kondrat is also a voice actor, radio host and has worked as a dubbing director for numerous films and TV shows in Poland. He has received several awards for his contributions to the arts including the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta and the Platinum Lions Award.
Piotr Kondrat began his acting career in the 1980s and performed in various theater productions before transitioning to on-screen acting. He has acted in over 100 productions during his career and is widely considered to be one of the most versatile and talented actors in Poland. Some of his notable performances include his role as Captain Witold Pilecki in the 2015 film "Pilecki", which received critical acclaim, and his portrayal of King Sigismund III Vasa in the TV series "Korona królów".
In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Kondrat is also known for his philanthropic work. He is the founder of the "Piotr Kondrat Foundation", which provides financial and emotional support to children with cancer and their families. He is also an active supporter of animal rights and is a patron of the "Animals in Need" foundation.
Kondrat has been married twice and has two children. He is also fluent in English and Italian, and in his free time enjoys traveling and reading literature.
Paweł Kukiz (June 24, 1963 Paczków-) a.k.a. Kukiz, Paweł is a Polish singer-songwriter, actor and musician. He has three children, Julia Kukiz, Pola Kukiz and Hania Kukiz.
In addition to his successful music career, Paweł Kukiz is also known for his involvement in politics. In 2015, he founded his own political movement called Kukiz'15, which campaigned on a platform of anti-establishment and anti-corruption. The movement gained significant support, with Kukiz winning over 20% of the vote in the first round of the 2015 presidential election. While Kukiz himself did not win, his movement gained seats in the Polish parliament that same year. Outside of politics, Kukiz has also made a name for himself as an actor, appearing in several films and television series.
Paweł Kukiz began his music career in the 1980s as the lead vocalist of the popular Polish rock band Piersi. He later went on to pursue a solo career, releasing several albums and hit singles throughout the 1990s and early 2000s. Kukiz is known for his versatile vocal range, which has allowed him to experiment with various styles of music, including rock, pop, and folk.
In addition to his music and political careers, Kukiz is also a well-known advocate for animal rights. He has been involved in numerous campaigns and initiatives aimed at protecting animals from abuse and cruelty. Kukiz is also an avid supporter of the arts, and has been involved in various cultural projects throughout his career, including the creation of a music festival in his hometown of Paczków.
Despite his controversial public image, Paweł Kukiz remains one of Poland's most recognizable and respected cultural figures. He continues to inspire young artists and activists with his outspoken views and passionate commitment to social justice.
Dariusz Kamys (May 4, 1963 Łaszczów-) is a Polish actor. He has two children, Paulina Kamys and Stanislaw Kamys.
Kamys graduated from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw in 1985. He began his career in theater, performing in productions at the Old Theatre in Krakow, the Polish Theatre in Wroclaw, and the Contemporary Theatre in Warsaw. He transitioned to film and television in the early 1990s, and has since appeared in numerous Polish TV shows and movies, such as "Królowa śniegu" (The Snow Queen) and "U Pana Boga za miedzą" (God's Property Abroad).
In addition to his acting, Kamys is also known for his work as a voice actor. He has lent his voice to several characters in both animated films and television shows, including the Polish versions of "The Lion King" and "Toy Story".
Kamys has been recognized for his contributions to Polish film and television, receiving the Silver Cross of Merit in 2012 from the President of Poland.
Kamys has also continued to work in theater, and has received critical acclaim for his performances in productions such as "Hamlet" and "The Cradle Will Rock". He has also been involved in directing and adapting plays, including a successful adaptation of "Antigone" for the Polish Stage. Kamys is known for his versatility as an actor, and has played a wide range of characters onscreen and onstage. In addition to his acting career, he has also served as a professor of Acting at the National Film School in Łódź. Kamys remains a prolific and respected figure in the Polish entertainment industry, and continues to inspire younger generations of actors and artists.
Adam Pernal (December 22, 1963 Żagań-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw in 1987. Pernal made his film debut in 1984 in the movie "Ciche miejsce". He has appeared in numerous films and television series, including "Kochaj mnie, kolysanka" (1994), "Killer" (1997), "Sara" (1997), "Skrzyzowanie" (2006), and "Czas honoru" (2008-2014).
In addition to his acting career, Pernal also works as a dubbing actor, lending his voice to many foreign films and TV series that are broadcasted in Poland. He has also worked as a director, stage designer, and screenwriter in various theater productions. Pernal is considered as one of the most respected actors in Polish cinema and has won several awards for his performances.
Pernal has received critical acclaim for his role in the film "Killer", which earned him the Best Supporting Actor award at the Gdynia Film Festival in 1997. He has also won the "Orzeł" Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2010 for his performance in the film "Serce do walki". Pernal has worked with some of the most prominent directors in Polish cinema, such as Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Zanussi, and Janusz Morgenstern. In addition to his work on screen, he has also appeared in numerous theater productions, including plays by William Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov, and Tennessee Williams. Pernal is known for his versatility as an actor, seamlessly transitioning between dramatic roles and comedic ones. He is also a dedicated philanthropist, supporting various charities and social causes in Poland.
Robert Rozmus (January 19, 1963 Korczyna, Podkarpackie Voivodeship-) is a Polish actor.
He is best known for his comedic roles and has appeared in numerous films, TV series, and theater productions in Poland. Rozmus graduated from the State Higher School of Theater in Wrocław in 1987 and began his acting career shortly after. He gained widespread recognition for his role in the popular Polish TV series "Czterdziestolatek" (Forty-year-old) in the late 80s. Since then, he has appeared in a variety of films and TV shows, including "Kochaj i rób co chcesz" (Love and Do What You Will), "Pieniądze to nie wszystko" (Money Isn't Everything), and "M jak miłość" (L for Love). He has also worked extensively in the theater and has been a member of the National Theater in Warsaw since 2004. In addition to acting, Rozmus is also known for his work as a voice actor in animated films and TV series.
Some notable animated works for which Rozmus provided his voice include "Kung Fu Panda," "Shark Tale," "The Incredibles," "Ice Age," and "Happy Feet." He received much praise and recognition for his voice acting skills and was nominated for the "Laur Klienta" award for his voice-over work in "Shark Tale." Rozmus has also appeared in several comedic shows and events, such as the "Kabaret Moralnego Niepokoju" (The Cabaret of Moral Anxiety), which is one of the top stand-up comedy groups in Poland. In addition to his successful career in the entertainment industry, Rozmus is also involved in philanthropic activities and has shown support for various charity organizations.
Paweł Szczesny (May 21, 1963 Czernikowo-) a.k.a. Pawel Szczesny is a Polish voice actor and actor.
Szczesny's career began in the early 1980s with dubbing foreign films and TV series. He later expanded his work to include voice acting for animated films and video games. Some of his most notable roles include dubbing for Tom Cruise in the "Mission Impossible" series and "Top Gun," as well as providing voice acting for characters in popular video games like "Assassin's Creed" and "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." In addition to his voice acting work, Szczesny has also appeared in various on-screen roles in Polish films and TV series. He has received several awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry, including the 2014 Polish Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Szczesny is considered one of the most recognized voice actors in Poland, having worked on over 1,500 film and TV productions during his career. He is known for his ability to adapt his voice to a wide range of characters and genres, including action films, dramas, and comedies. In 2019, he was awarded the Medal for Merit to Culture - Gloria Artis by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland for his outstanding achievements in the arts. Besides his contribution to the entertainment industry, Szczesny is also an advocate for animal rights and has supported various animal charities throughout his career.