Marcin Czarnik

I would never want to “learn to act.” I don’t have any tricks, and all that I need is to have gathered the reasons to go out on the stage and speak on behalf of a character.

Czarnik joined the Stary Theatre cast at the beginning of the 2013/2014 season. His credits include nearly 40 theatrical roles in plays directed by some of Poland’s best-known directors. His most acclaimed roles include Robespierre in 2008’s The Danton Case at the Polski Theatre in Wrocław, the role earned him awards at the theatre festivals in Opole, Kalisz i Toruń. His Stary Theatre roles include Idol in Jan Klata’s staging of Strindberg’s To Damascus and the Count/Pankracy in the Un-Divine Comedy. I Will Tell God Everything! (2014) by Monika Strzępka and Paweł Demirski. His best-known film performance came in the Oscar and Cannes Grand Prix-winning Son of Saul by the Hungarian director László Nemes. He has also appeared in Polish Television’s Barwy Szczęścia and Artyści. In the latter production, he played an idealistic newcomer who unexpectedly becomes the director of a Warsaw theatre.

Marcin Czarnik w MICET: aplikacja Wirtualny Aktor