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GRZEGORZ PRZYBYŁ




EDUCATION:  
Łódź Film School


MOST IMPORTANT ROLES:

Hamlet in "Hamlet " by W. Shakespeare
(dir. J. Maciejowski, Teatr Śląski)

Don Juan in "Don Juan" by Molière
(dir. B. Ciosek, Teatr Śląski)

Mark Renton in "Trainspotting"” by I. Welsh
(dir. M. Ratyński, Teatr Śląski)

Petrucchio in "The Taming of the Shrew" by W. Shakespeare
(dir. T. Bradecki, Teatr Śląski)

Paul in "The Last Tango in Paris" by R. Alley
(dir. J. Bała, Teatr Śląski)




SILESIA IS FOR ME…

The place that appeared at a my path of live and in my career not because of my pesonal choice but due to my classmate’s in actors school idea. After 30 years spent here, that led to marriage, birth of two daughters and different professional successes I can say easily that here is my home. I don’t know, does Silesia like it or not, because I’m not this land’s son, but I feel at home here.
 
 

 

ABOUT MYSELF
 

The actor decorated with Bronze Medal of Merit. Laureate of honourary mention for the part of Konrad in "Liberation" by St. Wyspiańskim (dir. K. Babicki) at 26th Opole Theatre Confrontations. He was given The Golden Mask Award for title part in "Don Juan" by Molière (dir. B. Ciosek) and The Lena Starke Award for the part of Ferdinand in "The Intrigue and Love" by F. Schiller (dir. K. Babicki). In 2011 was given The Marshal of Silesia Voivodeship Award in category: culture. He played in well-known L. Majewski film "The Glass Mouth" and in tv serials "The Time of Honour", "The Branded" and "The Fortress’ of Codes Secret". He successfully lends his voice in animated cartoon serial "Lucky Luke’s New Adventures".