Tadeusz Borowski is dead.  The actor was 81 years old

“An actor, just like a journalist, delves deeper into another person, trying to find the key in order to pass it on to others appropriately and accurately,” Borovsky said in 2015.

Ateneum’s Facebook was confirmed as “he was a true professional in acting”. “He created almost 60 roles on the Ateneum stage alone. His great passion was sports, especially tennis, in which he won the championship” – it was reported.

Tadeusz Borowski was born on July 9, 1941 in Warsaw. In 1963 he graduated from the State Higher School of Theater in Warsaw. On October 18 this year, he made his debut as Zdziebełko in Moliere’s Skąpiec, dir. Kazimierz Braun at the Wybrzeże Theater in Gdansk.

He was a representative of the Wybrzeże Theater in Gdask (1963-1966), the National Theater in Warsaw (1966-1969 and 1970-1972), Juliusz Osterwa in Lublin (1969-1970) and the Ateneum Theater Stefan Jaracz in Warsaw, with which he has been associated from 1972 until now .

He also sang on television theater, incl. In “Behind the Scenes” by Cyprien Camille Norroid, dir. Kazimierz Braun (1966), in Stanisław Wyspiański’s “Legend”, dir. Lech Wojciechowski (1967), in Krzysztof Kamil Baczyński “Song of Fire”, der. By Kristina Snir (1968), in “The Brothers Karamazov” by Fyodor Dostoevsky, dir. Jerzy Krasowski (1969), in Tadeusz Różewicz’s Act interrupt (1970) and Jerzy Szaniawski’s Two Theatre, dir. Kazimierz Brown (1972), in William Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet”, Der. Jerzy Gruza (1974) and in the movie “Ball of Mannequins” by Bruno Jasieński. Janusz Warmiński (1979), in “Indyk” by Sławomir Mrożek, der. Maciej Wojtyszka (1990) and the role of a police chief in “Oedipus King” by Sophocles, dir. Gusto Holbeck (2005).

In 1964 he made his debut in the movie “Panda” Der. Zbigniew Kuźmiński. He also played, among others, in the films “Zaraza” (1971), “Hour by Hour” (1974), “Wielka majówka” (1981), “Masquerade” (1986), “Koniec gry” (1991), “Chopin. Desire for Love” (2002) and “Without Mercy” (2002).

He was also a dubbing representative. His voice, among others, can be heard in the films: 101 Dalmatians (1997), Lacey (2006), Beauty and the Beast (2017), Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017), as well as in the animated films: “The Lion King” (1994) Dragon Ball Z: Dragon Attack (2002).

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