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Name  Wojciech Pszoniak
Role  Film actor

Spouse  Barbara Pszoniak
Siblings  Antoni Pszoniak
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Nominations  Polish Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  Danton, The Promised Land, Korczak, Carte Blanche, Black Thursday
Similar People  Andrzej Wajda, Andrzej Seweryn, Daniel Olbrychski, Agnieszka Holland, Janusz Majewski

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Wojciech Pszoniak (born 1942 in Lwów, Poland now in Ukraine), is a Polish film and theater actor.

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Biography and career

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Pszoniak gained international visibility following Andrzej Wajda's 1975 film The Promised Land, in which he played Moritz, one of the three main characters.

The actor left Poland during the period of political unrest in 1980-1981, when the Solidarity trade union began and was ended by the imposition of martial law on December 13, 1981. Pszoniak found roles in France, where he is living and working. Since the fall of communism in Eastern Europe in 1989, Pszoniak has appeared in Polish movies and plays.

Internationally, he simplified his first name into Wojtek, which is the standard diminutive of the relatively formal Wojciech in the Polish language.

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Pszoniak often plays Jewish characters, although he is not of Jewish descent. In France, this is partially attributable to his role in The Promised Land, as well as his foreign accent.

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Pszoniak did not speak French when he emigrated to France, so he learned his theatrical lines phonetically; in movies like Danton, where he played Robespierre, his voice was dubbed. An anecdote about his language skills relates that when he started speaking French, one director told him that he preferred his old accent.

Selected filmography

  • The Wedding (1972)
  • The Promised Land (1975)
  • Olympics 40 (1980)
  • The Tin Drum (1979)
  • Danton (1983)
  • Austeria (1983)
  • Dangerous Moves (1984)
  • Mit meinen heißen Tränen (1986, TV film)
  • Les Années sandwiches (1988)
  • Rosso veneziano (1989)
  • Monsieur (1990)
  • Korczak (1990)
  • Vent d'est (1993)
  • Holy Week (1995)
  • Our God's Brother (1997)
  • Deuxième vie (2000)
  • Chaos (2001)
  • Hope (2007)
  • Robert Mitchum est mort (2011)
  • Battle of Warsaw 1920 (2011)
  • References

    Wojciech Pszoniak Wikipedia


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