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Wojciech Kalarus


Born on December 12, 1968 in Będzin, Poland. He graduated from the Danuta Baduszkowa Vocal and Acting College affilated with the Musical Theater in Gdynia and in 1997 from the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow. He made his stage debut in Warsaw’s Teatr Wielki in the opera „Krakowiacy i górale” (“Cracovians and Highlanders”) in 1991.

He spent the beginning of his career in Teatr Rozmaitości in Warsaw, where he performed in the years 1996-1999. Afterwards, he worked in Banialuka Theater in Bielsko-Biała, Teatr Wybrzeże in Gdańsk and Teatr Stary in Cracow. He returned to the stage in Warsaw in 2006 appearing in the following theaters: Powszechny, Komedia, Rozmaitości and, since 2008, in Nowy Teatr.

He mainly performed in plays directed by Jan Klata, Łukasz Barczyk and Łukasz Kos. The first Krzysztof Warlikowski play he appeared in was “(A)pollonia. He cooperated on the adaptation of “The End” with the director and dramaturg. 

The actor is well known for his film and television roles. He has appeared in the acclaimed films: „Przemiany” (“Changes”), „Tulipany” (“Tulips”), „Boisko bezdomnych” (“The Offsiders”) as well as many Television Theater productions.