Emilia Krakowska

Emilia Krakowska
Born (1940-02-20) 20 February 1940
Nationality Polish
Occupation actor

Emilia Krakowska (born 20 February 1940 in Poznan) is Polish entertainer, film and theater actress.


She graduated from High School in Drezdenko. A graduate of the Theatre Academy in Warsaw (1963). She played in the following theaters: Powszechny in Warsaw (1964-1968), National (1968-1978), Contemporary in Warsaw (1978-1985) and Variety in Warsaw (1985-1991) and Teatr Powszechny in. Jan Kochanowski in Radom in 2008; Wroclaw Comedy Theatre, Drama Theatre; Alexander Hungarian Bialystok and the New Theatre in Slupsk.

She is a film actress, and consolidated her position as the participation in a number of television series. In the 1980s, she was a member of the National Council for Culture. She belonged to a group of actors who boycotted the Polish stage after the introduction of martial law in 1981..

In 2005, during the X Festival of Stars in Międzyzdroje she participated in the Promenade of Stars.

In 2013 she was awarded by the Polish section of the International Association of Theatre Critics.

Private life

She has married four times, and is mother of two daughters from the first and second marriage.


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