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Marek Węglarski / fot. Mikołaj Starzyński

Marek Węglarski

Marek Węglarski graduated from the School of Acting at the Jewish Theater in Warsaw and afterwards, in 1982, he passed an external drama acting exam. From the very beginning, he has performed in almost all plays staged by the Jewish Theater. He cooperated with such directors as Juliusz Berger, Piotr Cieplak, Dorota Ignatjew, Elżbieta Protakiewicz, Jan Różewicz, Jan Szurmiej, Szymon Szurmiej, Gołda Tencer, Michał Zadara, Maja Kleczewska, Anna Smolar. He also played in several TV Theater productions, including “The Townhouse at Nalewki Street” and “The song of the murdered Jewish people”. He also appeared on the big screen in the movies entitled “Austeria,” “Rotshild's Violin,” “Edges of the Lord,” “The Life of a Disarmed Man,” “The Spring to Come.” During his acting career, he also performed in Jacek Federowicz’s “Dziennik Telewizyjny.”