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Marcin Błaszak graduated from the School of Acting in the Jewish Theater in 2006 and afterwards passed an external drama acting exam. He was also a student at the Theater Academy (Acting Faculty) and at the University of Warsaw (Department of Polish Philology). He cooperated with the Wielki Theater, National Opera, where he played in Borys Godunow, directed by Mariusz Treliński. He was affiliated with the Ochoty Theater and with Mazowieckie Centrum Kultury i Sztuki (the Mazovia Region Center of Culture and Arts). His artistic oeuvre comprises a couple of roles in TV Theater productions (“Doktor Halina,” “Tajny współpracownik”). As a Jewish Theater actor, he made his debut in the role of Chasyd in “Between day and night. The Dybbuk,” directed by Szymon Szurmiej.