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Bogusław Linda

Bogusław Linda
Bogusław Linda in 2014
Born (1952-06-27) 27 June 1952
Toruń, Poland
Alma mater Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts
Years active 1973 – present
Spouse(s) 1. unknown (divorced)
2. Lidia Popiel
Children 3 (2 sons, 1 daughter)
Musical career
Genres Sung poetry
Instruments Vocals
Labels Universal Music Poland
Associated acts Świetliki

Bogusław Linda (Polish: ; born 1952) is a Polish actor known from films such as Psy and Tato. He appeared in Andrzej Wajda's Man of Iron and Danton and in Krzysztof Kieslowski's Blind Chance and the seventh episode of Kieslowski's Dekalog.

He is married to the Polish model and photographer Lidia Popiel. He and his friend Maciej Slesicki founded the Warsaw Film School, one of the first privately owned school for actors in Poland.

He graduated from the Secondary School in Toruń. A graduate of the Krakow Academy of Dramatic Arts, co-founder and lecturer at Warsaw Film School.

As a student made contact with Krakow's Stary Teatr, his debut was a Mikolka in crimes and punishment Dostojowskiego (directed by Maciej Prus, 1977). In the years 1978-1981 he played at the Contemporary Theatre in Wroclaw such plays as The Magic Mountain Mann and Kafka's America (1980). In the early 80s Twentieth century was an actor in Warsaw's Teatr Studio.

His first major role was in Fever, directed by Agnieszka Holland, where he portrayed an anarchist Gryziaka (1980). Then he played, among others, Woman in a single (1981), the same director, in The Man with the Iron Andrzej Wajda, Krzysztof Kieslowski in Case (1981 ) and Mother of Kings Janusz Zaorski (1982), playing characters marked by existential anxiety, forced to hopeless struggle against a hostile reality .

Theatrical emploi sensitive tried to break through in the film Jack Bromski Kill me cop (1987 ), where he played a dangerous criminal George Malik . In 1992, he starred as Franz Maurer, UBEK with the rules, in Psy ( cops ) by director of Wladyslaw Pasikowski . This role shaped the image of Linda as a cynical " tough " . Strengthened his roles in the films Cops II, Sara, Trap, Demons War by Goya. In the film, actor Sara performed a cover of Leonard Cohen I'm Your Man .

In the 90s Twentieth century brought him critical acclaim roles juggler Greater Stigma skills in Jańciu Aquarius Jan Jakub Kolski (1993 ), Michael Sulecki - father fighting for the right to educate their daughters in Dad Maciej Ślesicki (1995 ), Father Robak in Pan Tadeusz Andrzej Wajda (1999 ) . In 1996, during the Festival of Stars in Międzyzdroje has left hand on the Promenade of Stars.

In 2001 Polish cinema screens Reich entered the picture, directed by Wladyslaw Pasikowski . In the film, he played a gangster Alexa Boguslaw alongside Miroslaw Baka and Aleksandra Nieśpielak . It was the seventh production, in which the actor has worked with director Pasikowski . After the role of the artist began trying to escape from the image of a tough guy with a gun in his hand.

In the same year, he also starred in the role of arbiter . The role of the Roman governor appointed him to George Kawalerowicz . On the Polish cinema screens also entered his second season on the bream . The actor played the role of a cop whose wife left . It was also a road movie about a young offenders who attacked the bank . Main Roles played with him Anna Przybylska, Gabriel Fleszar, Edith Olszówka and Marian Dziędziel.

In 2005, he starred in the Polish - American production of Summer Love . In the same year he recorded with the band Fireflies album titled Las putas melancólicas . He played the role of comedy in the film Time surfers and starred in sitcoms and Wilds 2: Duel .

In 2006 Boguslaw Linda tried his hand as a director and made a film Skylights . The image is a story about two young girls whose lives are intertwined with the difficult economic situation of Polish after the fall of communism . Starring actor played himself, Joanna Toddlers and Beata Jackdaw .

Three years later, the actor proved themselves in the role of comedy in the film Blind Date, directed by Wojciech Wojcik . Linda played the role of seducer Cezary there .

5 October 2009 at the hands of the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Culture Piotr Zuchowski picked up a Silver Medal " Gloria Artis ".

1 April 2011 was released movie three minutes by Maciej Ślesicki, where he played the role of a painter.

19 April 2012 has entered into theaters in Warsaw Art director Merlin his Mongol . It was the directorial debut of Polish actor when it comes to theater, as well as return to work in the theater, because it does not show up in it for about 15 years .

He was honored in the Walk of Fame in his hometown of Torun (where he studied and lived ), where at the Old Town unveiled the second in a series of " katarzynek " - signatures of famous Toruń .

His interests include horseback riding.

He is concerned about his privacy and rarely gives interviews or consents to articles about his private life .


  • Selected filmography 1
  • Discography 2
    • Albums 2.1
    • Music videos 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Selected filmography



Title Album details Peak chart positions
Las putas melancólicas
with Świetliki
  • Released: 26 September 2005[2]
  • Label: Universal Music Poland
  • Formats: CD, digital download[3]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videos

Title Year Album Ref.
"Gdzie mam szukać cię" with Assia Akhat 2002 non-album single [4]
"Filandia" 2005 Las putas melancólicas [5]


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