Artur Barciś born August 12, 1956 in Kokawa near Częstochowa. A Polish film, television, dubbing and stage actor, also a director. A graduate of the now defunct High School in Rudnik and the National Film School in Lodz (in 1979). Actor of the Theatre on Targowek (1979-1981), the National Theatre (1982-1984), the Athenaeum Theatre (since 1984). He gained popularity and sympathy of many viewers through appearances in the TV show for children called “Pankracy's Window”, and playing one of the main roles in the TV series “Miodowe Lata”, where he portrayed the character of Tadeusz Norek.
He works both as a comedy and dramatic actor. (Source: Wikipedia)
Dariusz Gajewski (born December 3, 1964 in Częstochowa) – a Polish film director, author of The Golden Lion winning film „Warsaw”. Graduated from the Department of Directing in the National Film School in Łódź. He also studied law at the Jagiellonian University.
He is married to Agnieszka Grochowska (an actress). (Source: Wikipedia)
Kalina Jędrusik, known also as Kalina Jędrusik-Dygat (born February 5, 1930 in Gnaszyn - died August 7, 1991 in Warsaw) – a Polish stage and film actress, singer and cabaret performer.
She graduated the High School of Juliusz Słowacki in Czestochowa in 1949, then the Krakow Academy of Dramatic Arts (then the National Higher School of Acting) in 1953 and and made her debut on stage of the Wybrzeże Theatre in Gdansk. Since January 1955 she performed in the theaters of Warsaw: the National Theatre (1955-1957), the Contemporary Theatre (1957-1963), the Komedia Theatre (1964-1967), the Student Satirical Theatre (1969-1972), the Rozmaitości Theatre (1972-1985) and the Polish Theatre (1985-1991). She performed in dramatic and characteristic roles. She was considered a sex symbol in the 60's and 70's.
She gained immense popularity through her TV performances in the Elderly Gentlemen's Cabaret and her film performances like Joanna in Lekarstwo na miłość directed by Jan Batory. Died in the night on August 7, 1991 from the asthma attack due to her allergy to cat fur.
She was buried in the Alley of the Meritorious in the Powązki Cemetery in Warsaw (tomb 66).
Marek Perepeczko (born on April 3rd 1942 in Warsaw, died on November 17th 2005 in Czestochowa) – Polish theater and film actor, in the years 1997-2003 actor and director of Theater of A. Mickiewicz in Czestochowa. In early 60s he appeared in Poetry Studio of Andrzej Konic on TVP and at the Classical Theater. In 1965 he graduated from the Faculty of Acting at the State Drama School and debuted on the theater and film stage. He was linked to theaters in Warsaw: Classic – Variety Theater (1965-1970) and Comedy (1970-1971), and since 1971 linked to the regional branches of the enterprise “Estrada” in the whole country. He debuted in “Popioły” of Andrzej Wajda. A winner of public plebiscite and Yugoslavian Golden Screen for the TV actor of the year for the role in a TV series “Janosik”. In his youth he practiced rowing, basketball and bodybuilding (he was considered a promising player). Among his most famous roles are those created in the films: “Pan Wołodyjowski” of Jerzy Hoffman, “Przygody Pana Michała” of Paweł Komorowski, “Brzezina” of Andrzej Wajda, “Góry o zmierzchu” of Krzysztof Zanussi, “Kolumbowie” of Janusz Morgenstern, “Wesele” of Andrzej Wajda, “Janosik” of Jerzy Passendorfer, “Gniewko, syn rybaka” of Bohdan Poręba. He died of a heart attack in his apartment in Czestochowa. The urn with his ashes was buried on November 28th 2005 at Powiązki in Warsaw (141th quarter, 5th row, 9th place). (Source: www.stopklatka.pl)
Marek Ślosarski (born in 1957 in Bytom) – actor and stage-manager. A graduate of the Faculty of Vocal and Acting at Music Academy in Katowice. Since 1998 he worked at the Theater of Adam Mickiewicz in Czestochowa, in the years 2003-2006 he was a deputy Director. Currently he is working at the Theater in Lodz. He played more than 70 roles.
Łukasz Wylężałek (born on November 7th 1953 in Czestochowa) – Polish stage-manager and screenwriter. In the years 1981-1987 he studied at the Faculty of Directing of the Polish National Film, Television and Theater School in Lodz. He cooperated with Gazeta Wyborcza in Czestochowa. During his studies he made short films (Domokrążca, Ludożerca), earlier – in the 70s – he was an assistant of Wojciech Marczewski. He made three feature movies. He debuted in 1993 with his controversial “Balanga” with a musician Jacek Pałucha in the lead role. A depressing, with some elements of irony, image of Polish reality in the early 90s earned an award for the best debut at the XVIII Festival in Gdynia. In 1997 a movie “Darmozjad polski” with Jan Peszek was made and awarded at the XXII Festival, and two years later he made a movie “O dwóch takich, co nic nie ukradli”. (Source: Wikipedia)