Krystyna Kołodziejczyk died on Monday in the hospital at the age of 82. The information about her death was confirmed by the Och-Teatru band, where she performed, on tvn24.pl. The actress was known for her serial roles, including in “Czterech pancerni i pies” and “Złotopolskie”.
Krystyna Kołodziejczyk was a graduate of the Acting Department of the State Higher School of Film, Television and Theater. L. Schiller in Łódź. In 2019, she was awarded the Silver Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis.
Interia had previously informed her about her death, citing information from her immediate family. She said that the actress died in the hospital.
The actress was known for her serial roles, including in “Czterech pancerni i pies”, “Zmienniki”, “Złotopolskie” and “Honey Years”. She also performed at the Dramatic Theater in Koszalin, the Polish Theater in Bydgoszcz and Poznań. She has also played in Warsaw, including Teatr Studio and Och-Teatr.
Kołodziejczyk was also a dubbing actress. Her voice was given, among others, by the character of Marge Dursley from the movie “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban”.
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