Jan Greber, an actor known for his roles in such series as “07 report”, “Zmiennicy”, or “Pensjonat pod Różą”, as well as a cultural manager, director and director of several theaters, died at the age of 83. The information about the artist’s death was provided by the Association of Polish Stage Artists. “Always helpful and sensitive to the needs of the artistic community. We will miss him very much” – mentions ZASP in social media.
The information about the actor’s death was provided by the Association of Polish Stage Artists (ZASP) on Wednesday, in a Facebook post, indicating that Jan Greber was an actor, cultural manager, director, artistic director, impresario, and director of theaters, among others. in Łódź, Poznań, Kraków and Warsaw. Moreover, in the years 2002-2005 he was the General Director of ZASP, of which he was a member since 1966. “Always helpful and sensitive to the needs of the artistic community. We will miss him very much” – stated the message, which was accompanied by condolences for the relatives of the deceased.
Jan Greber was born on August 20, 1939 in Łuck. In 1963, he graduated from the Acting Department of the PWSTiF in Łódź, in the same year he debuted on the stage of the theatre, according to his biography on filmpolski.pl. He made his debut on the big screen a year earlier with a role in the film “On the White Trail”. He also appeared in such productions as “Doll”, “07 report”, “Zmiennicy” or “Pensjonat pod Różą”. He was married to actress Marzena Trybała – the Plejada.pl portal reported on Thursday.