Here are 14 famous actors from Poland were born in 1970:
Paweł Deląg (April 29, 1970 Kraków-) a.k.a. Pavel Delong, Pawel Delong, Pawel Delag or Paweł Delong is a Polish actor. His child is called Paweł Deląg.
Paweł Deląg started his acting career in the late 1980s with small roles in Polish TV series and movies. He gained wider recognition in the 1990s for his roles in the films "Kuchnia polska" (Polish Cuisine), "Dekalog 7" and "Killer". Deląg has also appeared in international productions such as "Schindler's List" and "The Pianist".
In addition to his acting career, Deląg has also worked as a director, screenwriter and producer. He has directed several short films and the feature film "The Reverse", which received critical acclaim and won awards at film festivals.
Deląg is also known for his humanitarian work. He is a supporter of the Children's Hospice Foundation and has participated in numerous charity events to raise funds and awareness for the organization.
Deląg was born and raised in Kraków, Poland. He studied acting at the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Kraków and graduated in 1992. He then began his professional acting career and quickly gained popularity for his natural talent and good looks.
Deląg has a versatile range as an actor, able to portray both dramatic and comedic roles. He has received numerous awards and nominations for his performances in theater and film, including the Polish Film Awards, the Eagle Awards, and the Gdynia Film Festival.
In addition to his acting, directing, and screenwriting work, Deląg has also worked as a model and a television host. He is well-known for his handsome appearance and has been featured in advertising campaigns for brands such as L'Oreal and Giorgio Armani.
Outside of his career, Deląg is a devoted husband and father. He married his wife Dorota in 1993 and they have three children together, including their son Paweł, who is also an actor. In his free time, Deląg enjoys playing tennis and practicing yoga.
Michał Milowicz (September 16, 1970 Warsaw-) also known as Michal Milowicz is a Polish singer and actor.
Milowicz started his career in the 1990s as a member of the music group "Ich Troje" which gained immense popularity with their upbeat songs and catchy tunes. As a solo artist, Milowicz released several albums which went on to become chart-toppers in Poland. He is also a well-known actor, having appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and theatrical performances. Some of his notable works include "Kochaj i rzuc", "Klan", and "Kochankowie Roku Tygrysa". In addition to his entertainment career, Milowicz is also a devoted philanthropist and has been involved in various charitable causes in Poland.
He has also hosted several popular TV shows, including "Kocham Cię, Polsko!" and "Big Brother". Milowicz is known for his charismatic personality and strong stage presence. He has won several awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry, including the Best Actor award at the Gdynia Film Festival. Despite his success, Milowicz has remained grounded and is known for his humility and kindness towards his fans. He is also a dedicated father to his two children. In recent years, he has focused on his music career and continues to release new material and perform for his fans all over Poland.
Andrzej Olejnik (February 15, 1970 Wrocław-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Wrocław in 1997. Olejnik is best known for his roles in Polish TV series such as "M jak miłość" and "Pierwsza miłość". He has also appeared in numerous films including "Tato", "Zmiennicy", and "Kogel-mogel". In addition to his acting career, Olejnik is also a stage director and has directed productions at various theaters in Poland. He has been awarded the Silver Cross of Merit by the President of Poland for his contributions to the arts.
Olejnik began his acting career in the theater, performing in plays such as "Don Carlos" and "Hamlet". He made his screen debut in 1992 in the film "Kolory kochania". His breakthrough role came in 1999 when he was cast as Krzysztof in the popular TV series "M jak miłość", which he appeared in until 2005. He also played the character of Paweł Lisowski in "Pierwsza miłość" from 2008 to 2010.
Aside from his work on screen, Olejnik is highly regarded as a theater director. He has directed productions of "The Seagull" and "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov, among others. He has also acted in several stage productions.
In addition to his successful career in the arts, Olejnik is known for his philanthropic work. He is a strong advocate for children's rights and has worked with several charities that support disadvantaged youth. He is also a supporter of animal welfare issues and has been involved in campaigns to promote responsible pet ownership.
Throughout his career, Olejnik has earned numerous accolades for his work in the arts, including nominations for the Polish Film Awards and the Golden Duck Awards. His contributions to the cultural landscape of Poland have been widely recognized, and he continues to be a leading figure in the country's film and theater industries.
Bartosz Opania (December 6, 1970 Puławy-) is a Polish actor. His children are called Jakub Opania, Julia Opania, Maksymilian Opania and Filip Opania.
Bartosz Opania is a graduate of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, and has starred in a number of Polish films and television dramas. He made his acting debut in 1993 in the Polish film "Półserio" and has since appeared in a number of popular TV series such as "Klan", "Zmiennicy", and "Na Wspólnej". He is also a regular participant in the annual Shakespeare Festival in Gdańsk, where he has played such iconic roles as Macbeth and Hamlet. In addition to his work on stage and screen, Opania is also a recipient of numerous awards for his contributions to Polish culture, including a Silver Medal for Merit to Culture from the President of Poland.
Bartosz Opania's talent and commitment to acting have earned him recognition not only in Poland but also internationally. He has performed in various theater productions in Germany, France, and Italy, among others. In 2013, he received the European Film Promotion Award, which recognizes rising talents in the film industry. Opania is also a philanthropist, supporting various charitable organizations in Poland, including those focused on animal welfare and environmental protection. He is known for his dedication to social causes, participating in campaigns for HIV awareness, cancer research, and mental health support. Despite his busy schedule, Opania always makes time for his family, whom he considers his greatest achievements. He has shared that his wife and children motivate him to push himself further in his craft and inspire him to become a better actor and human being.
Przemyslaw Bluszcz (March 13, 1970 Piotrków Trybunalski-) otherwise known as Przemysław Ivy is a Polish actor. He has two children, Boris Bluszcz and Iwo Bluszcz.
After graduating from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, Bluszcz began his acting career in theater, performing in various productions in Poland. He later transitioned to film and television, appearing in popular Polish TV series such as "Na dobre i na złe" and "Klan".
Bluszcz is also known for his work as a voice actor, lending his voice to Polish dubs of popular animated films such as "Despicable Me" and "Kung Fu Panda".
In addition to his acting work, Bluszcz is also a recognized activist for LGBT rights in Poland, speaking out against discrimination and violence towards the community.
Bluszcz's acting career has spanned over two decades, earning him numerous accolades for his performances. He was awarded the Fryderyk Award for Best Supporting Actor in 2009 for his role in the film "U Pana Boga za piecem". Bluszcz has also been recognized for his work in theater, earning the Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the 2018 Warsaw Theatre Meetings for his portrayal of Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman". In addition to his advocacy for LGBT rights, Bluszcz is also involved in environmental causes, serving as an ambassador for the "Clean Up the World" campaign in Poland. He has also served as a jury member for the Warsaw Children's Film Festival and the Global Junior Challenge, which recognizes innovative projects designed by young people to address global challenges.
Jacek Borcuch (April 17, 1970 Kwidzyn-) also known as Jacek Boreuch is a Polish actor, screenwriter, film director and television director. He has one child, Miłosława Borcuch.
Borcuch attended the National Film School in Łódź, Poland where he studied directing. After graduation, he began his career as an assistant director and screenwriter for several notable Polish filmmakers. He made his directorial debut with the film "Tulips" in 2004, which received critical acclaim at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Since then, Borcuch has directed several other successful films, including "All That I Love" and "Lasting". He has also worked as a television director, creating shows such as "The Border" and "Medical Missions". In addition to his directing career, Borcuch has acted in several films, including "Little Rose" and "A Heart of Love".
Borcuch is known for his introspective and contemplative style of filmmaking, often exploring themes of love, identity, and personal growth. He has received numerous awards and nominations for his work, including several Eagle Awards (the Polish equivalent of the Academy Award) and the Best Director Award at the Sundance Film Festival.
Borcuch's films have been screened at various international film festivals, including Cannes, Toronto, and Sundance. His 2019 film "Dolce Fine Giornata" was selected as the Polish entry for Best International Feature Film at the 92nd Academy Awards. In addition to his film work, Borcuch is also a respected playwright and stage director. He has written plays that have been performed in theaters in Poland and has directed productions of classic plays such as "Hamlet" and "Antigone". Borcuch is considered one of the most prominent figures in contemporary Polish cinema and continues to produce thought-provoking and emotionally resonant work.
Daniel Strehlau (November 22, 1970 Warsaw-) is a Polish film director, actor, screenwriter and film producer.
He is best known for his work on the films "Things We Leave Behind" (2013), "Warsaw by Night" (2014) and "The Last Family" (2016), which won several awards at international film festivals. Strehlau began his career as an actor, appearing in a number of Polish films and television series before transitioning into directing. He has also written screenplays for several of his own films, as well as for other directors. In addition to his work in film, Strehlau is also active in the Polish theater scene, and has directed a number of successful productions. He is widely regarded as one of Poland's most exciting young filmmakers, and continues to be a driving force in the country's film industry.
Strehlau was born in Warsaw in 1970 and grew up in a family of artists. His father, Edward Strehlau, is a well-known painter and his mother, Magdalena Abakanowicz, was a renowned sculptor. Strehlau was interested in the arts from a young age and studied at the Warsaw Film School, where he honed his skills as a filmmaker.
After completing his studies, Strehlau began working as an actor in Polish films and television series in the 1990s. He made his directing debut in 2005 with the short film "The Feast," which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Strehlau then went on to direct several more short films before making his feature film debut with "Things We Leave Behind" in 2013.
In addition to his work as a filmmaker, Strehlau has also been active in the Polish theater scene. He has directed several successful productions at the Teatr Na Woli in Warsaw, including "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov and "The Cherry Orchard" by Dmitry Pisarev.
Strehlau's work has garnered critical acclaim both in Poland and abroad. "The Last Family," based on the life of the Polish artist Zdzisław Beksiński, won several awards including Best Film and Best Director at the Polish Film Awards and the Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. Strehlau continues to be a major figure in the Polish film industry and is considered by many to be one of the country's most promising filmmakers.
Michal Rogalski (February 8, 1970 Warsaw-) is a Polish film director, actor and screenwriter.
He graduated from the Acting Department of State Theater School in Warsaw in 1993. Rogalski has directed short films, documentaries and feature films, including "Money Is Not Everything" (2001), "Hear My Cry" (2014) and "Art of Love" (2019). He is known for his realistic and social commentary in his films. In addition to his work in film, Rogalski has also appeared as an actor in several popular Polish television series and films. He has received numerous awards and nominations for his work, including the Best Director award at the 2001 Warsaw Film Festival for "Money Is Not Everything".
Rogalski has been recognized for his contributions to the Polish film industry, receiving the Silver Cross of Merit in 2007 from the President of Poland. He has also been a member of the Polish Film Academy since 2015. In recent years, he has taken on the role of a mentor and teacher, conducting film workshops for aspiring filmmakers. Rogalski is actively involved in promoting young talent and experimenting with new forms of filmmaking. He continues to receive critical acclaim for his thought-provoking work and innovative approach to storytelling.
Tomasz Bielawiec (January 1, 1970 Białystok-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw in 1994. Bielawiec made his acting debut in the popular Polish TV series "Zmiennicy" in 1986. He is best known for his roles in such films as "M jak miłość", "W rytmie serca" and "Plebania". In addition to his acting career, Bielawiec is also a popular voice actor, providing the Polish dubbing for many international movies and TV shows. He has been awarded numerous accolades throughout his career, including the Best Actor award at the 2009 International Film Festival in Gdynia for his role in the film "Idealny facet dla mojej dziewczyny".
Bielawiec is considered to be one of the most versatile actors in Poland and has appeared in a wide range of genres, including drama, comedy, and action. He has also taken on several challenging roles, such as a drug addict in the film "Moje córki krowy" and a Holocaust survivor in the TV series "Wartime Portraits". In addition to his work in film and television, Bielawiec has also appeared on stage in numerous plays, including productions of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot".
Outside of his acting career, Bielawiec is an advocate for animal rights and is a supporter of several animal welfare organizations in Poland. He also enjoys photography and often shares his photos on his social media accounts.
Pawel Iwanicki (March 22, 1970 Warsaw-) is a Polish actor.
His career in acting began in the early 1990s when he appeared in various Polish TV series and movies. Iwanicki is mostly known for his roles in popular Polish productions such as "M jak Miłość" and "Kocham Kino". He has also worked in theater, performing in plays in Warsaw's Syrena Theatre and Teatr Kwadrat. Iwanicki is considered one of the most talented actors in Poland and has won numerous awards for his performances. In addition to his acting career, he is also involved in various humanitarian and charitable organizations.
Iwanicki graduated from the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw in 1993, and since then he has been actively pursuing his passion for acting. He rose to fame in the mid-1990s when he played the lead role in the TV series "Przystanek Alaska". Since then, he has appeared in several popular TV series, including "Na dobre i na złe" and "Kryminalni".
Iwanicki has also acted in several movies, including "Kilka prostych słów" and "Uwikłanie". He has received critical acclaim for his performances in these movies, and he has won several awards for his acting skills, including the Best Actor award at the Gdynia Film Festival.
Apart from his acting career, Iwanicki is also actively involved in charity work. He is a supporter of the Polish Association for Supporting Disabled Children and Young People and is also involved with the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity. He has also been recognized for his contributions to charitable causes and was awarded the Gold Cross of Merit by the President of Poland in 2016.
Przemyslaw Branny (December 24, 1970 Český Těšín-) is a Polish actor and singer.
Branny began his career in the early 1990s, primarily working in theaters across Poland. He made his film debut in 1998 in the movie "Love Me and Do Whatever You Want". He is best known for his role in the comedy TV series "Ranczo" where he portrayed the character of Władysław Gospodarek. Alongside acting, Branny is also a talented singer and has released music albums including "Branny śpiewa Niemena" and "Branny & Kroke". He has also performed in numerous musicals including "Grease", "My Fair Lady" and "Rebecca". In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Branny is also an activist for LGBT+ and animal rights causes.
In 2002, Przemyslaw Branny was awarded the "Złoty Szczeniak" (Golden Puppy) award at the National Festival of Actor's Song for his performance in the musical "Quadrophenia". He also received critical acclaim for his performance in the drama film "In Darkness", which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2012. Branny has been an ambassador for the animal charity "Viva!" since 2014 and has also been an outspoken advocate for the Polish LGBT+ community, frequently participating in Pride events and speaking out against discrimination. In 2019, he came out as gay in an interview with a Polish magazine, becoming one of the few openly gay actors in Poland. Despite facing backlash from some conservative groups, Branny has continued to be an active and vocal supporter of LGBT+ rights in Poland.
Grzegorz Halama (January 2, 1970 Świdwin-) also known as Halama, Grzegorz is a Polish actor. He has two children, Anna Halama and Peter Halama.
Halama graduated from the Aleksander Zelwerowicz State Theatre Academy in Warsaw. He began his acting career in the 1990s and is known for his work in Polish theater, film, and television. He has appeared in numerous productions, including "The Pianist," "Aftermath," and "The Border." Halama is also a recipient of the prestigious Polityka Passport Award in the category of Film and Theater. In addition to acting, Halama is involved in charity work, particularly with organizations that support children with autism.
One of Halama's early breakout roles was in the 1997 Polish drama film "Love Stories," which won the award for Best Film at the Polish Film Festival. He continued to receive critical acclaim for his performances, including for his role in the 2005 film "Persona Non Grata," which won several awards at film festivals around the world. In recent years, Halama has also appeared in popular TV series such as "The Pack" and "Diagnosis."
Aside from his acting career, Halama has also worked as a director and acting coach. He has taught classes and workshops to aspiring actors and has directed several theater productions. Halama is also a published author and has released a collection of short stories titled "Garden of Dreams."
Halama is highly regarded in the Polish entertainment industry and has earned a reputation as a talented and versatile actor. He continues to work on a variety of projects in theater, film, and television, and is considered one of Poland's most respected actors.
Omar Sangare (November 14, 1970 Stalowa Wola-) is a Polish actor.
He has achieved success on both stage and screen, appearing in a number of films and theatrical productions throughout his career. Sangare is perhaps best known for his portrayal of George Sand in the one-man show "The Life and Loves of George Sand", which he wrote, directed, and performed.
Sangare was born in Stalowa Wola, Poland to a family of artists. His mother was a singer and his father was a theater director. He grew up surrounded by the arts and developed a passion for acting at a young age. He went on to study at the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw and later at the University of California, Los Angeles.
In addition to his work as an actor and writer, Sangare is also a respected voice coach, teaching acting and vocal techniques to students around the world. He has served as a visiting professor at a number of universities and has conducted workshops for actors and performers in Poland, the United States, and other countries.
Throughout his career, Sangare has received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the arts. He was named Artist of the Year by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in 2006 and has been recognized for his work as an actor and director at international film festivals and theater competitions.
Sangare has also had success in the United States, appearing on Broadway in the Tony Award-winning play "Master Class" and in the NBC television series "SMASH". He has also worked extensively in European theater, including a long-term collaboration with the renowned Polish theater director Krystian Lupa. In 2014, Sangare founded the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City, which has grown to become the largest solo theater festival in the world. In addition to his artistic pursuits, Sangare is also an advocate for social justice and has worked with organizations such as UNICEF and Amnesty International to promote human rights and equality. He currently resides in New York City, where he continues to write, perform, and teach.
Krzysztof Zawadzki (August 12, 1970 Kraków-) is a Polish actor.
He graduated from the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Kraków in 1994. Zawadzki has appeared in numerous Polish films, including "Day of the Wacko" and "All Will Be Well," and television series such as "Oficerowie" and "Ranczo." He is also a well-known theatre actor, having performed at the Stary Teatr in Kraków, the National Theatre in Warsaw, and the Powszechny Theatre in Łódź, among others. In addition to his acting work, Zawadzki is also an artist, creating paintings, drawings and sculptures.
Zawadzki has received widespread critical acclaim for his acting abilities, and has won several awards for his performances, including the Best Actor award at the 2007 Gdynia Film Festival for his role in "All Will Be Well." He is also known for his work in the theatre, where his performances have been praised for their emotional depth and versatility. Zawadzki is considered one of the most talented actors of his generation in Poland, and his work has gained a following both at home and abroad. In addition to his acting and art, Zawadzki has also been involved in humanitarian work, supporting various organizations and charities that focus on helping children in need.