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Margaret Sophie Stein

Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska
Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska (2006).jpg
Malgorzata Zajaczkowska in 2006
Born (1956-01-31) January 31, 1956 (age 63)
Warsaw, Poland
Other namesMargaret Sophie Stein
Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska

Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska, aka Margaret Sophie Stein (born January 31, 1956 in Warsaw), is a Polish actress[1] and writer[verification needed]. Beginning in 1979, she acted on stage in the Teatr Narodowy. In 1981, Zaj?czkowska moved to the United States and, adopting the stage name Margaret Sophie Stein, continued her acting career in television and film. In 1999, Zaj?czkowska 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]
  • Blindness (2016)
  • Walesa. Man of Hope (2013) .... Shop assistant
  • Teraz albo nigdy! (2008) .... Anna Bosz
  • Ekipa (2007) .... Foreign minister
  • Magda M. (2005-2006) .... Halina Czerska
  • Z?otopolscy (2004-2009) .... Magdalena Ordy?ska-Z?otopolska
  • Wszyscy jeste?my Chrystusami (2006) .... Nurse
  • Pensjonat pod Ró (2004) .... Teresa Bia?kowska
  • Lokatorzy (2004) .... Zofia
  • Tak czy nie? (2003) .... Anna
  • Pogoda na jutro (2003) .... Renata Kozio?
  • Na dobre i na z?e (2002-2003, 2009) .... Irena Kozio?
  • Psie serce (2002) .... Misia
  • Wi?zy krwi (2001) .... Danuta
  • ?ó?ty 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) .... Gra?yna
  • Bez mi?o?ci (1980) .... Marianna Skoczek
  • Zdjecia próbne (1977)[1][5] .... Girl at screen tests (uncredited)

Theatre

Performances[6]
Play (Year) Role Theatre
Matematyka mi?o?ci [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 ?omnickiego Warszawa
Mi?o - to takie proste [Love - it's that simple] (1999) Hedda Teatr na Woli im. Tadeusza ?omnickiego Warszawa
And the Decameron (1980) Olendria Teatr Narodowy Warszawa
Sekret wró?ki [The secret of fairies] (1980) Kole?anka Wied?ma 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. Cz III. Ust?p [Beggars. Part III. Paragraph] ] (1978)[7] Ewa Teatr Narodowy Warszawa

References

  1. ^ a b "Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska - Film" (in Polish). Warsaw: Wirtualna Polska S.A. [Virtual Poland]. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ a b c "Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska". Internetowa Baza Filmu Polskiego [Polish Internet Movie Database] (in Polish). Lodz: Pa?stwowa Wy?sza Szko?a Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna im. Leona Schillera w ?odzi. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ "Warsaw Film School: School of Art under the patronage of Minister of Culture". Warsaw: Warszawska Szko?a Filmowa. Archived from the original on March 23, 2012. Retrieved 2011.
  4. ^ a b "Malgorzata Zajaczkowska". Seattle, WA: IMDb.com, Inc. (Amazon.com, Inc). Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ "Jury of the 8th edition of Warsaw Jewish Film Festival 2010". Warsaw: The Foundation for Development of Jewish Culture in Poland. 2010. Retrieved 2011.
  6. ^ "Ma?gorzata Zaj?czkowska-Stein, aktorka" [Margaret Zaj?czkowska-Stein, actress]. Teatr w Polsce - polski wortal teatralny [Theatre in Poland - Polish theater portal] (in Polish). Gda?sk: Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniewa Raszewskiego. Retrieved 2011.
  7. ^ "Dziady. Cz III. Ust?p" [Beggars. Part III. Paragraph]. Teatr Narodowy - Spektakle (in Polish). Warsaw: Teatr Narodowy. Retrieved 2011.

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