Polish movie actors died in the year 2002

Here are 5 famous actors from Poland died in 2002:

Bronisław Pawlik

Bronisław Pawlik (January 8, 1926 Kraków-May 6, 2002 Warsaw) also known as B. Pawlak, Bronislaw Pawlik or Pawlik, Bronisław was a Polish actor.

He studied acting at the State Theatre School in Krakow and made his stage debut in 1946. He appeared in numerous plays throughout his career, and was associated with several theaters including the National Theatre in Warsaw.

In addition to his work on stage, Pawlik also appeared in over 70 films and TV shows. He was known for his roles in popular Polish films such as "Kanal" (1957), "Ashes and Diamonds" (1958), and "Three Colors: White" (1994).

Pawlik was a recipient of numerous awards during his career, including the Order of Polonia Restituta in 1997 for his contribution to Polish culture. He passed away in 2002 at the age of 76, but his legacy as a talented and respected actor continues to live on.

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Seymour Rexite

Seymour Rexite (January 18, 1908 Piotrków Trybunalski-October 14, 2002 New York City) also known as Seymour Rechzeit, Seymour Rechtzeit or Rechtzeit, Seymour was a Polish actor.

He immigrated to the United States at the age of four and began acting in the Yiddish theater in his teens. He later transitioned to Hollywood and appeared in films such as "Gentleman's Agreement" and "The Pawnbroker". In addition to his acting career, Rexite was also an accomplished cantor and performed at synagogues across the United States. He continued to act in various productions, including the Broadway production of "Fiddler on the Roof" into his 90s, making him one of the oldest working actors in the industry.

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Zdzisław Mrożewski

Zdzisław Mrożewski (May 21, 1909 Włocławek-July 5, 2002 Warsaw) a.k.a. Z. Morzewski or Zdzislaw Mrozewski was a Polish actor. He had one child, Andrzej Mrozewski.

Mrożewski graduated in 1931 from the State Theater School in Warsaw. He debuted on stage in 1932 at the summer theater in Ciechocinek. Throughout his long career, he played in numerous theaters, including the National Theater, Powszechny Theater, Ateneum Theater, Komedia Theater, and Syrena Theater. His film debut was in 1937's "Znachor" directed by Michał Waszyński. He appeared in over 40 films, including "The Last Stage" (1948), "Eroica" (1958), and "Goya or the Hard Way to Enlightenment" (1971). Mrożewski was awarded the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta in recognition of his contributions to Polish culture. He passed away on July 5, 2002, in Warsaw, at the age of 93.

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Jakub Goldberg

Jakub Goldberg (August 29, 1924 Warsaw-April 27, 2002 Copenhagen) also known as Kuba Goldberg was a Polish screenwriter, actor and film director.

Throughout his career, Jakub Goldberg was celebrated for his contributions to Polish cinema. He studied at the National Film School in Łódź and later made his directorial debut with the 1954 movie "Magic Garden". During his time as a director, he was recognized for his ability to tell stories that candidly dealt with issues that were often considered taboo at the time. He continued making films throughout his life, eventually winning a lifetime achievement award from the Polish Film Institute. Along with his work in film, Goldberg was also known for his performances on stage and in television shows. In addition to his acting and directing work, he was also an accomplished writer, publishing books on film and contributing articles to various publications. His son, Jørgen Leth, is also a successful filmmaker.

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Edward Dziewonski

Edward Dziewonski (December 16, 1916 Moscow-August 17, 2002 Warsaw) also known as Edward Dziewoński or Dziewoński, Edward was a Polish actor, film director, comedian and theatre director.

Throughout his career, Dziewonski appeared in over 100 films and became a prominent figure in the Polish film industry. He began his acting career in the 1940s in the theatre, and later transitioned to film. Some of his most notable roles include "Zbyszko" in the film "Ogniomistrz Kaleń" and "Kuba" in "Samson".

In addition to acting, Dziewonski also directed several films, including "Korczak", which won numerous awards at international film festivals. He was also known for his work in radio and television, and was involved in the creation of the popular Polish TV show "Telewizyjna Jedynka".

Dziewonski was awarded numerous accolades throughout his career, including the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta and the Polish Film Festival's Special Award. He continued to work in the entertainment industry until his passing in 2002 at the age of 85.

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