Bartosz Bielenia

fot. Wunsche & Samsel

A young and charismatic actor with incredible vulnerability / sensitivity. His first role at the Stary Theatre was Edward II’s lover – Gaveston – in Anna Augustynowicz’s staging of Marlowe’s play. His other roles include Edmund in Jan Klata’s version of King Lear, Hamlet in Krzysztof Garbaczewski’s staging, an anonymous member of a crowd of illegal immigrants in Paweł Miśkiewicz’s Charges (The Supplicants) and won acclaim for his role in Konstantin Bogomolov’s staging of Chekhov’s Platonov. He also appeared as the blond-haired musician with a devilish smile in Maciej Bochniak’s 2015 film Disco Polo. “You can admire Bartosz endlessly – not only at his androgynous features which are so frequently used by directors but also at his inner focus and calm which are completely beyond the idea of gender,” explains Justyna Nowicka.

Bartosz Bielenia at MICET: Virtual Actor app