Małgorzata socha

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Małgorzata Socha


Poland


Description

A popular actress of the young generation,

known primarily for her numerous performances in theatrical productions. She graduated from the Theater Academy in Warsaw, but before she became a certified actress, she made herself known to cinema and television audiences.

She made her screen debut as a student of the Warsaw High School. Stefan Żeromski in the title role in the performance of the Anka Television Theater directed by Radosław Piwawarski (1997). The following year, Piwowarski cast her in one of the roles in the popular soap opera Złotopolscy.


The character of Kate - the daughter of Wons, madly in love with the police commander, Wieśko, who is older by a generation - she played in 1998-1999 and 2002-2003. At that time, she made her debut on the big screen (an episode in Stanisław Kuźnik's My Andżelice, 1999) and played her first major role in To My by Waldemar Szarek (2000), and also became famous in the double role of Majka and her twin sister Kajka, participants of a beauty contest, in the series To Become Miss (2001). In 2001, she again took part in the Television Theater performance in Izabela Cywińska's Touch, based on the prose of Wiesław Miśliwski.


Her filmography includes over twenty series titles. The actress played especially comedy roles, as Izabela "Bjuti" Lisocka in the series Bao-bao, or green to me (2003), Mariola in Rodzince (2003), Zuza in What are you afraid of guys, or sex in the big city (2003), Matylda in Panienkach i Zakręconych by Przemysław Angerman (2004-2005), liaison officer "Jasna" in Halo, Hans (2007) and Viola in Brzydula (2008-2009). In 2004, she partnered with Piotr Adamczyk on the set of the sitcom Dziupla Cezara and met Piwowarski again, playing the role of a saleswoman in the series Stacyjka. She played important roles in the series Klinika samotnych życia, Tak had to be (both 2005), Regina (2007) and Tylko miłość (2007-2009).

She made guest appearances in Lokators, Miodowe lata, Kasia and Tomek, Plebnia, Na Wspólnej, in Kryminalne, Magda M., Zaginiona, Determinator, At the hairdresser and in First Love. His film credits include an episode in Wojciech Wójcik's No Mercy (2002), participation in the comedy Lawstorant by Mikołaj Haremski (2005) and a performance alongside Leon Niemczyk in Janusz Majewski's After Season (2005).

She also appeared in two productions from the TV series Polish Holidays, Robert Gliński's Long Weekend (2004) and Janusz Majewski's Love in the Underground (2006)

About Business

Małgorzata Socha


Poland


Description

A popular actress of the young generation,

known primarily for her numerous performances in theatrical productions. She graduated from the Theater Academy in Warsaw, but before she became a certified actress, she made herself known to cinema and television audiences.

She made her screen debut as a student of the Warsaw High School. Stefan Żeromski in the title role in the performance of the Anka Television Theater directed by Radosław Piwawarski (1997). The following year, Piwowarski cast her in one of the roles in the popular soap opera Złotopolscy.


The character of Kate - the daughter of Wons, madly in love with the police commander, Wieśko, who is older by a generation - she played in 1998-1999 and 2002-2003. At that time, she made her debut on the big screen (an episode in Stanisław Kuźnik's My Andżelice, 1999) and played her first major role in To My by Waldemar Szarek (2000), and also became famous in the double role of Majka and her twin sister Kajka, participants of a beauty contest, in the series To Become Miss (2001). In 2001, she again took part in the Television Theater performance in Izabela Cywińska's Touch, based on the prose of Wiesław Miśliwski.


Her filmography includes over twenty series titles. The actress played especially comedy roles, as Izabela "Bjuti" Lisocka in the series Bao-bao, or green to me (2003), Mariola in Rodzince (2003), Zuza in What are you afraid of guys, or sex in the big city (2003), Matylda in Panienkach i Zakręconych by Przemysław Angerman (2004-2005), liaison officer "Jasna" in Halo, Hans (2007) and Viola in Brzydula (2008-2009). In 2004, she partnered with Piotr Adamczyk on the set of the sitcom Dziupla Cezara and met Piwowarski again, playing the role of a saleswoman in the series Stacyjka. She played important roles in the series Klinika samotnych życia, Tak had to be (both 2005), Regina (2007) and Tylko miłość (2007-2009).

She made guest appearances in Lokators, Miodowe lata, Kasia and Tomek, Plebnia, Na Wspólnej, in Kryminalne, Magda M., Zaginiona, Determinator, At the hairdresser and in First Love. His film credits include an episode in Wojciech Wójcik's No Mercy (2002), participation in the comedy Lawstorant by Mikołaj Haremski (2005) and a performance alongside Leon Niemczyk in Janusz Majewski's After Season (2005).

She also appeared in two productions from the TV series Polish Holidays, Robert Gliński's Long Weekend (2004) and Janusz Majewski's Love in the Underground (2006)