Her role in the film “365 Days” brought her success. A talented and beautiful film and theater actress. The future of Polish cinema – Magdalena Lamparska.
Table of Contents:
- Who is Magdalena Lamparska?
- From girl to woman
- Acting workshop
- 365 days, or rapid publicity
- Private life
Who is Magdalena Lamparska?
Magdalena Lamparska is one of the most popular Polish actresses of the younger generation. She made her film debut in 2017 in the movie “Tomorrow We’re Going to the Movies,” directed by Michal Kwiecinski. She gained screen recognition for her role in the series “39 and a Half,” which aired on TVN in 2019 under the title “39 and a Half Weeks.”
Film, theater and dubbing actress who loves sports. She practiced athletics, trained swimming, skied and played volleyball. A lot for one person. He is fluent in English, German and Russian.
She has appeared in the series “For Better or Worse,” Hotel 52,” “Father Matthew,” “Agatha’s Law,” “Don’t Worry About Me,” “Big Love,” and “Gods.” In 2015, she participated in the fourth edition of “Dancing with the Stars” although without success.
From girl to woman
As she admitted in her Instagram post, she is “a girl who has become a woman who knows what she doesn’t want and is open to what she wants. She is not afraid of hard work (also on herself), the consequences of change, to be better and be able to do more.” Words that characterize a gentle woman.
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Born in 1988 in Slupiec, the 32-year-old graduated from the The Academy of Theatrical Arts in Moscow. Aleksander Zelwerowicz in Warsaw. For years she was a chorister of the “Fantasia” Choir in Slupsk. Magdalena Lamparska has also worked as a model. Beautiful and talented, she is one of the stars of the younger generation of actresses who impresses with her acting skills.
365 days, or rapid publicity
The role in “365 Days” is undoubtedly another important rung in her professional acting career. The film brought her fame, although some scenes required her to overcome her own limitations. “There came a kind of human shame that I had to overcome,” she confessed about the undressing scenes. “I make no secret of the fact that it was very difficult for me. There are a lot of people on the set, and we actors are fighting our own private shame and still have to play the role and emotions,” she added.
Magdalena Lamparska is very meticulous in preparing for the roles she plays on screen. “When I was preparing for the film (“Banksters”), I began to ask friends gently how it was. And then I learned that many of them, in order to survive this psychologically, had to use medical help or therapy. That’s why I’m glad this film was made – we can’t pretend the problem doesn’t exist. It has affected a great many of us, often people close to us, and has ruined many families. The data at the end of the video on the number of families who have lost their homes, apartments and their businesses is simply frightening,” she admitted.
He has his own profile on Instagram, which is followed by more than 150,000 people. Her husband is traveler Bartek Osumek, whom she married in 2019. The couple has a son Timothy and a daughter Mila. Taking care of her children is her top priority. Family is the greatest happiness for her, as can be seen on her social media. “Here We Go! While blowing the candles, I thought of my loved ones, so that there would be more time to be together and celebrate – without occasions. Besides, my husband prepared a cake that I think they might envy us at the Golden Globes,” confessed the actress on her 32nd birthday.
However, he does not forget his fans. She shares photos of her life as a young mother, but also recipes. It conveys support to other moms and normalizes the drawbacks of everyday life. The decor of her apartment is a combination of several styles. She combined modern furniture with rustic accessories and antiques. The play of colors and textures creates a cozy interior. She and her husband love to travel. The small ones and the big ones. She and her partner visit distant corners of the world, but she also does not shy away from relaxing at the Polish seaside
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