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Polish actor Jan Kobuszewski dies

29.09.2019 11:00
Acclaimed theatre and film actor, theatre director and comedian Jan Kobuszewski died on Saturday morning, Poland’s PAP news agency reported.
Jan Kobuszewski
Jan KobuszewskiPAP/Rafał Guz

In April, the actor celebrated his 85th birthday.

Polish poet Agnieszka Osiecka called Kobuszewski "the wasted Chaplin of Polish cinema", while many called him "the greatest comedy actor in Poland."

His most memorable roles include a jack of all trades in the comedy show Dudek, launched in 1965, and Mr. Janek in a satirical TV show Kabaret Olgi Lipińskiej (Olga Lipińska’s Cabaret).

For over 20 years Kobuszewski worked in theatres including the Polski Theatre in Warsaw, the National Theatre, and the Nowy Theatre in Łódź, central Poland.

The actor received many awards for his output, such as the Gloria Artis Gold Medal for Merit to Culture, and the Commander's Cross with the Star of the Order of Polonia Restituta "for his outstanding contribution to the Polish culture and his achievements in artistic work" in 2012.

Kobuszewski was born on 19 April 1934 in Warsaw.

(aba)

Source: PAP