Polish movie actresses died when they were 60

Here are 3 famous actresses from Poland died at 60:

Zofia Mrozowska

Zofia Mrozowska (August 23, 1922 Warsaw-August 19, 1983 Warsaw) was a Polish actor.

She graduated from the Drama Department of the State Higher School of Music in Krakow. In 1946, she debuted as a professional actress in the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow. Then she worked in theaters in Wrocław and Warsaw. She was one of the most outstanding actresses of the Warsaw stage of the post-war period. Mrozowska played many important roles in both classical and modern theater. She also acted in the film and television industry, playing in such films as "Człowiek z Marmuru" and "Rodzina Milcarków." In recognition of her contributions to acting, she was decorated with the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

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Helena Majdaniec

Helena Majdaniec (October 5, 1941-January 18, 2002 Szczecin) also known as Majdaniec, Helena was a Polish singer, actor and musician.

She rose to fame in the 1960s and 1970s as a popular singer of pop and rock music in Poland. She released several albums throughout her career, including "Sukces" and "Gwiazdy polskiej piosenki Vol. 1".

In addition to her music career, Majdaniec also acted in a number of Polish films and television shows. She was known for her roles in films such as "Dziewczyna z mokra wlosami" and "Zmiennicy" as well as her appearances on television programs like "Szansa na sukces" and "Jaka to melodia?".

Majdaniec was admired for her unique voice and stage presence and is considered to be one of the most iconic figures of Polish music. She passed away in 2002 at the age of 60.

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Maria Gorczyńska

Maria Gorczyńska (January 27, 1899 Lublin-June 23, 1959 Warsaw) also known as Maria Gorczynska was a Polish actor and theatre director.

She studied at the Actors Studio of Kazimierz Brodzinski in Warsaw and debuted on stage in 1919. In the interwar period, she performed at several professional theaters in Warsaw and Krakow, including the Stary Theatre and the National Theatre. During World War II, she continued to act in illegal underground theaters despite the danger of being discovered by German occupiers. After the war, she became a director and led a number of successful productions. She was also involved in the training and education of young actors at the State Acting School. In recognition of her artistic achievements, she was awarded the State Prize in 1950. She died in 1959 and was buried at the Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw.

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