Thursday, May 28, 2020

Zofia Wichłacz / A Polish Actress

Zofia Wichłacz 

Zofia Wichłacz (Polish pronunciation: [ˈzɔfja ˈvixwat͡ʂ]; born 5 April 1995) is a Polish actress. She has appeared in films such as Afterimage and Warsaw 44 and television programmes such as Medics, Głęboka woda and The Romanoffs.

Her father Zbigniew Wichłacz is a camera operator and her mother Anna Seitz-Wichłacz is a scenographer.

She first appeared in a war film about the Warsaw Uprising in 2012. She played in a television play The Morality of Mrs. Dulska in 2013 and in a one episode of Głęboka woda the same year and Medics in 2014. She became recognisable after playing the main role in Warsaw 44 and won two prestigious Polish awards - the Golden Lion for the best female role during 39th Gdynia Film Festival and the Eagle for the revelation of the year in the 17th Polish Film Awards. Andrzej Wajda had seen Zofia in a play and had decided to cast her in Afterimage which later turned out to be the director's last production.


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