Polish movie actresses died in the year 2012

Here are 6 famous actresses from Poland died in 2012:

Jolanta Rzaczkiewicz

Jolanta Rzaczkiewicz (April 7, 1954 Warsaw-March 28, 2012 Warsaw) was a Polish actor and nurse.

She was best known for her roles in Polish films and television series, including "Zmiennicy" and "Klan". Rzaczkiewicz also worked as a nurse for over 15 years before pursuing her acting career. She graduated from the Medical Academy of Warsaw and worked as a nurse both in Poland and abroad. In 1986, she decided to pursue her lifelong passion for acting and enrolled in the Aleksander Zelwerowicz State Theatre Academy in Warsaw. Rzaczkiewicz went on to have a successful career in both theatre and film. She was known for her versatile acting abilities and was considered one of the most talented actresses of her generation. Rzaczkiewicz passed away in 2012 at the age of 57.

Izabella Wilczynska-Szalawska

Izabella Wilczynska-Szalawska (September 4, 1920 Warsaw-November 20, 2012 Poland) was a Polish actor. Her child is called Marcin Troński.

Wilczynska-Szalawska began her acting career in 1946 at the National Theatre in Warsaw, where she performed in various plays including "The Seagull" and "Three Sisters". She also appeared in several films, such as "Młodość Chopina" (1951) and "Do widzenia, do jutra" (1960), for which she received critical acclaim.

Apart from her work in film and theatre, Wilczynska-Szalawska was also a teacher at the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, where she taught acting for over 20 years. She was known for her dedication and passion for theatre, and inspired many actors who went on to have successful careers in Poland's art scene.

In recognition of her contributions to Polish culture, Wilczynska-Szalawska was honored with several awards including the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta in 1979, and the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for Merit to Culture in 2008.

Alicja Bienicewicz

Alicja Bienicewicz (January 5, 1954 Poland-August 13, 2012 Kraków) also known as Alicia Bienicewicz or Alicja Bienicewicz-Kawiorska was a Polish actor.

She graduated from the Acting Department at the State Higher School of Theatre in Cracow in 1976. She was known for her roles in films such as "C.K. Dezerterzy", "Granica", and "Studio 2". She was also a well-known theater actress, performing at the Stary Teatr in Kraków and Teatr Polski in Wrocław. In addition to her acting career, she was also a voice-over artist, working on Polish dubbings of foreign movies and TV shows. Alicia Bienicewicz was a recipient of numerous awards for her work in acting and was widely regarded as one of the most talented Polish actresses of her generation.

Maria Janecka

Maria Janecka (February 24, 1928 Koronowo-July 31, 2012 Warsaw) a.k.a. Maria Dobrzynska or Marysia Dobrzynska was a Polish actor.

She began her acting career in the early 1950s, starting out in small roles before gaining more prominent parts in films such as "Eroica" (1958) and "Krzyżacy" (1960). Throughout her career, she appeared in over 50 films and television shows, becoming a well-known face in Polish cinema.

In addition to her work on screen, Janecka was also a stage actress, performing at theaters such as the Ateneum Theatre in Warsaw. She was a celebrated figure in the Polish theater community, known for her versatility and depth as an actress.

Throughout her lengthy career, Janecka received numerous awards and accolades, including the prestigious Order of Polonia Restituta in 1985. She was remembered fondly by her fellow actors and fans alike as a dedicated and talented performer who left an indelible mark on Polish cinema and theater.

Krystyna Ciechomska

Krystyna Ciechomska (November 8, 1921 Warsaw-May 4, 2012 Warsaw) was a Polish actor.

Krystyna Ciechomska began her acting career in 1949, appearing in the film "Wanda Does Not Believe in Love". She quickly rose to prominence in the Polish film industry and went on to appear in over 50 movies, as well as numerous theater and television productions. Ciechomska was known for her versatility as an actress, appearing in both comedic and dramatic roles. Some of her most notable film roles include "Eroica" (1958), "Black Cross" (1960), and "Salt of the Black Earth" (1970). In addition to her acting career, Ciechomska was also an active member of the Polish cultural scene, serving on the board of the Association of Polish Artists and Writers.

Joanna Bogacka

Joanna Bogacka (December 17, 1945 Gdańsk-November 26, 2012 Sopot) was a Polish actor. She had two children, Łukasz Gordon and Tomasz Surdel.

Bogacka graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk with a degree in acting. She began her career in theater in 1970 and later transitioned to film and television work. She became especially popular for her roles in television series, such as "Zmiennicy" and "Rodzina zastępcza". Bogacka was also known for her work as a voice actress, providing Polish-language dubbing for numerous foreign films and television shows. Throughout her career, she received several awards and nominations, including the Best Actress award at the 1991 Polish Film Festival in Gdynia for her role in the film "Diary for My Children". Bogacka continued acting until her death in 2012 at the age of 66.

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