Leszek Teleszyński first attracted the attention of critics with his role in Andrzej Żuławski’s film The Third Part of the Night. Then he played the role of Prince Bogusław Radziwiłł in the movie “The Deluge” and gained appreciation. His performance in “The Leper” made him a star of Polish cinema. As an organizer, Waldemar Mishorowski made many women fall in love with him.
The third film based on the novel Helena Menescona The cinema attracted nearly 10 million Poles to the cinemas, and tickets had to be bought with ponies. 29-year-old Leszek Tilesinski was inundated with letters, bouquets of flowers (sent to the theater’s dressing room) and… marriage proposals. He did not take advantage of any offer because, as he jokingly admitted, he was too shy.
Michorowski’s role as an organizer in “The Leper” not only brought Leszek Teleszyński immense popularity, but also made him a lover. His last appearance on the big screen was in 2017. In the comedy “No Way to Arrangements”. What does one of the most handsome lovers of the Polish People’s Republic look like today?
This is how Leszek Teleszyński changed
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