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Piotr Fronczewski

Piotr Fronczewski
Born (1946-06-08) 8 June 1946
Łódź, Poland
Alma mater The Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw
Occupation Actor, singer
Spouse(s) Ewa Fronczewska
Children Katarzyna Fronczewska
Magdalena Fronczewska
Musical career
Also known as Franek Kimono, Crazy Zdzich, Pan Kimono
Genres Disco, ballad
Labels Arston, Polskie Nagrania Muza, Alcom, Columbia Records, Sony Music Entertainment Poland, Sony BMG Music Entertainment Poland, Vega, Polmark, Polton, Savitor, Brawo, Polskie Radio/Pomaton EMI
Associated acts Jan Pietrzak

Piotr Fronczewski (born 8 June 1946 in Łódź, Poland), is a Polish actor and singer.

As a fictional character Franek Kimono he issued a disco LP in 1983 which was meant to be a musical joke but turned out to be a great success. Fronczewski started his acting career playing in the theater. He also performed in cabarets. His daughters - Kasia and Magda Fronczewski were very popular child-singers in late 1980s and early 1990s.

From his TV and movie work, he's probably best known as Mr Kleks, the main character of a series of movies based on books written by Jan Brzechwa and illustrated by Craig Bonner. He also voiced Robert "Bob" Parr/Mr. Incredible in the Polish dub of The Incredibles.


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