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Małgorzata Zajączkowska

Małgorzata Zajączkowska
Born (1956-01-31) January 31, 1956 (age 58)
Warsaw, Poland
Other names Margaret Sophie Stein

Małgorzata Zajączkowska, aka Margaret Sophie Stein (born January 31, 1956 in Warsaw), is a Polish actress[1] and writer[verification needed]. In the years 1979-1981, she acted in the Teatr Narodowy before moving to the U.S. in 1981. Using the pseudonym of Margaret Sophie Stein, she continued her acting career in television and film. In 1999, Zajączkowska returned to Poland and continued acting there in films and television.[2] She has also lectured at the Warsaw Film School.[3]

Filmography

Outside of Poland[2][4]
Polish[2][4]
  • Walesa. Man of Hope (2013) .... Shop assistant
  • Teraz albo nigdy! (2008) .... Anna Bosz
  • Ekipa (2007) .... Foreign minister
  • Magda M. (2005–2006) .... Halina Czerska
  • Złotopolscy (2004–2009) .... Magdalena Ordyńska-Złotopolska
  • Wszyscy jesteśmy Chrystusami (2006) .... Nurse
  • Pensjonat pod Różą (2004) .... Teresa Białkowska
  • Lokatorzy (2004) .... Zofia
  • Tak czy nie? (2003) .... Anna
  • Pogoda na jutro (2003) .... Renata Kozioł
  • Na dobre i na złe (2002–2003, 2009) .... Irena Kozioł
  • Psie serce (2002) .... Misia
  • Więzy krwi (2001) .... Danuta
  • Żółty szalik (2000)
  • Sukces (2000) .... Wanda Szarecka
  • Miasteczko (2000) .... Psychologist
  • Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwillówny (1983) .... Bogna
  • Dziecinne pytania (1981) .... Girl
  • Bo oszalalem dla niej (1980) .... Alina
  • Constans (1980) .... Grażyna
  • Bez miłości (1980) .... Marianna Skoczek
  • Zdjecia próbne (1977)[1][5] .... Girl at screen tests (uncredited)

Theatre

Performances[6]
Play (Year) Role Theatre
Matematyka miłości [Mathematics of love] (2007) Muszka Krakowski Teatr Scena STU Kraków
Kobiety w sytuacji krytycznej [Women in a critical situation] (2007) Teatr Polonia Warszawa
Spiewanna@alkestis.pl (2005) Mojra Videoteatr "Poza" Warszawa
Kocham O`Keeffe [Alfred Stieglitz Loves O'Keeffe] (2005) Georgia O`Keeffe Kino-Teatr "Bajka" Warszawa
Upadek [Collapse] (2002) Teatr Atelier im. Agnieszki Osieckiej Sopot
Panienka z Tacny [Lady from Tacny] (2000) Amelia Teatr na Woli im. Tadeusza Łomnickiego Warszawa
Miłość - to takie proste [Love - it's that simple] (1999) Hedda Teatr na Woli im. Tadeusza Łomnickiego Warszawa
And the Decameron (1980) Olendria Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
Sekret wróżki [The secret of fairies] (1980) Koleżanka Wiedźma Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
Obora [Cowshed] (1980) Towarzyszka Berta Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
School for Wives (1979) Anusia Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
Treny [Lamentations] (1979) Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoyevsky (1979) Liza Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
Dziady. Część III. Ustęp [Beggars. Part III. Paragraph] ] (1978) [7] Ewa Teatr Narodowy Warszawa

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