Piotr Adamczyk est un acteur polonais né le 21 mars 1972 à Varsovie (Pologne). En 2005, il incarne, pour la télévision, le Pape Jean-Paul II dans le téléfilm Karol, l'homme qui devint Pape.

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  • Piotr Adamczyk est un acteur polonais né le 21 mars 1972 à Varsovie (Pologne). En 2005, il incarne, pour la télévision, le Pape Jean-Paul II dans le téléfilm Karol, l'homme qui devint Pape.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk (Varsó, 1972. március 21.) lengyel színész, szinkronszínész.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk (ur. 21 marca 1972 w Warszawie) – polski aktor teatralny, filmowy, telewizyjny i dubbingowy.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk, noto come Piotr Adamczyk (Varsavia, 21 marzo 1972), è un attore, attore teatrale e sceneggiatore polacco.
  • Piotr Adamczyk [pʲɔtr aˈdamtʃɨk] (* 21. März 1972 in Warschau) ist ein polnischer Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher.Adamczyk machte seine Ausbildung zum Schauspieler an der Staatlichen Schauspielschule in Warschau, die er 1995 mit dem Diplom beendete. Zu seinen Hochschullehrern gehörten Anna Seniuk, Mariusz Benoit, Zbigniew Zapasiewicz und Gustaw Holoubek. Anschließend studierte er an der American Theatre Academy in London. Adamczyk wurde vor allem als Film- und Fernsehschauspieler in seiner Heimat bekannt. Er spielte in einigen Fernsehserien. Seine Durchbruch als Filmschauspieler hatte er 1996 mit dem Film Cwal unter der Regie von Krzysztof Zanussi. Seine größten Erfolge lagen in der Darstellung historischer Persönlichkeiten. Er spielte 2002 in Chopin – Sehnsucht nach Liebe den polnischen Komponisten Frédéric Chopin unter Regisseur Jerzy Antczak und in der italienischen Fernsehproduktion Karol – Ein Mann, der Papst wurde stellte er den polnischen Papst Johannes Paul II. dar. Diese Rolle machte ihn 2005 zu einem der populärsten Schauspieler Polens. Der Film wurde noch zu Lebzeiten des Papstes produziert und hatte seine Premiere nach dessen Tod. Im italienischen Fernsehen erhielt der Film eine überwältigende Einschaltquote und in Polen wurde er zu einem der größten Kassenerfolge in den Kinos des Jahres 2005. 2006 folgte dann mit der Produktion Karol – Papst und Mensch der zweite Teil, der sich ausschließlich mit der Zeit des Pontifikats beschäftigt.
  • Piotr Adamczyk nació el 21 de marzo de 1972 en Varsovia, Polonia.Participó en la película Karol:el hombre que se convirtió en papa en 2005, para realizar esta película visitó a S.S.Juan Pablo II en Ciudad del Vaticano y al saber la noticia este le contestó "Estáis locos para hacer una película sobre mí". Interpreto el papel de Karol Wojtyła y participo al lado de Malgorzata Bela, Raoul Bova entre otros.En 2006 se estrenó Karol II, la segunda parte de esta película biográfica, ahora al lado de Dariusz Kuasnik. En 1978 conoció al mismo Juan Pablo II cuando visitó Polonia.En la película "Chopin, un amor imposible", que pretende retratar la vida familiar del compositor, realiza el papel del mismo.
  • Piotr Adamczyk (born March 21, 1972 in Warsaw) is a Polish actor.He portrayed Karol Wojtyła, who later became Pope John Paul II, in the movie Karol: A Man Who Became Pope and its sequel Karol: The Pope, The Man.Since his early childhood he knew he wanted to become an actor, and therefore very quickly he began chasing his dreams. As early as the age of 14 he began to take leading roles in theatre and film. He attended the prestigious Machulski youth theatre group in Warsaw. Thanks to an international scholarship, he was able to cross the Iron Curtain and attend international theatre workshops in the UK and Germany. He continued his acting education by attending the Theatre Academy in Warsaw and received his training from some of the greatest Polish acting legends such as Gustaw Holoubek and Zbigniew Zapasiewicz. During his second academic year (Poland was by now independent), he won a scholarship from the Soros Foundation which allowed him to attend the British American Drama Academy for one year, where he performed Hamlet at the end of his stay there.Once he graduated from the Theatre Academy, he was hired by one of the best theatres in Warsaw, the Teatr Współczesny, where for 10 years he climbed the ladder of the Polish theatre world. His career in the film industry however grew much more intensively. His role of Stawrogin in Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Possessed started Piotr’s long list of leading roles. The breakthrough in his career was his part as Frédéric Chopin in the film "Chopin - Desire of Love" - with this role he joined the club of Polish stars.The climax of his popularity was reached when he played the title role of another Polish historical figure in a two part Italian movie - "Karol the Man who became Pope" and "Karol: The Pope-The Man". The movie was viewed by several dozen million viewers, and made him popular in Italy, Latin America and many other Catholic countries.Despite appearances, this was a very difficult moment in Piotr's career because he feared he might become typecast by the role. He consequently played diametrically different parts including a ranking Gestapo officer, a closeted gay man in the hit "Ladies", and roles in many other box office hit comedies which are a testimony to his versatility and comic abilities. To this day he is a guest star at several theatres such as the National Theatre and the up-and-coming Imka Theatre in Warsaw.Piotr also managed to take advantage of his popularity abroad to play at the Sala Uno Theatre in Rome, in Italian. He also played in Liliana Cavani’s movie "Einstein" and in the Portuguese production "Second Life".He has been in over 800 radio roles and around 100 theatre, television and film parts. He is also appreciated for his dubbing roles where he is the Polish voice of Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Daniel Day-Lewis and Adam Sandler. In animated films he played, among others, the giraffe in "Madagascar", Zigzag McQueen in "Cars" and Syndrome in "The Incredibles".He has received many prestigious awards in Poland and abroad and he is most appreciative of awards based on public opinion. In 2011 he was awarded the most popular Polish actor once again. However he gets most of his satisfaction from the fact that films in which he plays always hold top positions at the Polish box office.
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  • Piotr Adamczyk est un acteur polonais né le 21 mars 1972 à Varsovie (Pologne). En 2005, il incarne, pour la télévision, le Pape Jean-Paul II dans le téléfilm Karol, l'homme qui devint Pape.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk (Varsó, 1972. március 21.) lengyel színész, szinkronszínész.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk (ur. 21 marca 1972 w Warszawie) – polski aktor teatralny, filmowy, telewizyjny i dubbingowy.
  • Piotr Aleksander Adamczyk, noto come Piotr Adamczyk (Varsavia, 21 marzo 1972), è un attore, attore teatrale e sceneggiatore polacco.
  • Piotr Adamczyk [pʲɔtr aˈdamtʃɨk] (* 21. März 1972 in Warschau) ist ein polnischer Schauspieler und Synchronsprecher.Adamczyk machte seine Ausbildung zum Schauspieler an der Staatlichen Schauspielschule in Warschau, die er 1995 mit dem Diplom beendete. Zu seinen Hochschullehrern gehörten Anna Seniuk, Mariusz Benoit, Zbigniew Zapasiewicz und Gustaw Holoubek. Anschließend studierte er an der American Theatre Academy in London.
  • Piotr Adamczyk nació el 21 de marzo de 1972 en Varsovia, Polonia.Participó en la película Karol:el hombre que se convirtió en papa en 2005, para realizar esta película visitó a S.S.Juan Pablo II en Ciudad del Vaticano y al saber la noticia este le contestó "Estáis locos para hacer una película sobre mí".
  • Piotr Adamczyk (born March 21, 1972 in Warsaw) is a Polish actor.He portrayed Karol Wojtyła, who later became Pope John Paul II, in the movie Karol: A Man Who Became Pope and its sequel Karol: The Pope, The Man.Since his early childhood he knew he wanted to become an actor, and therefore very quickly he began chasing his dreams. As early as the age of 14 he began to take leading roles in theatre and film. He attended the prestigious Machulski youth theatre group in Warsaw.
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