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Anna Dymna est une Actrice Polonaise née le 20 juillet 1951 à Legnica (Pologne)

Anna Dymna

Anna Dymna
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Nom de naissance Anna Dymna en 2010
Nationalité Pologne
Naissance 20 juillet 1951 (71 ans) à Legnica (Pologne)
Récompenses Médaille du Mérite culturel polonais Gloria Artis

Anna Dymna (née Dziadyk) est une actrice polonaise, née le 20 juillet 1951 à Legnica. Elle est très connue pour ses nombreux engagement caritatifs notamment dans la fondation Mimo Wszystko (Malgré tout).


Artistic career
Anna Dymna intended to study psychology before she decided to sit an entrance examination for the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow. While still at studies, Dymna already performed at the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow. In 1969 she played the role of Isia and Chochoł in the performances of Stanisław Wyspiański's Wesele. Dymna made her film debut also when she was still a student. She played a role in Henryk Kluba's Pięć i pół bladego Józka (1971) but, because that film was actually never shown on screens, her first official film role is considered to be the role of Gabrysia in the same year's Szerokiej drogi, kochanie directed by Andrzej J. Piotrowski. Dymna became popular with television viewers owing to her role of Klarysa in a TV series Janosik (1973). The later role of Ania Pawlak in Polish cult comedy films Nie ma mocnych and Kochaj, albo rzuć turned out to be even more successful. She also appeared in a number of Jerzy Hoffman's melodrama films.

Dymna was employed by the National Helena Modrzejewska Old Theatre in Cracow immediately after her graduation in 1973 and has performed on its stage since then. Her major roles included characters of beautiful women, e.g. Kora in Noc listopadowa ("November night"); Anna in Warszawianka ("The Varsovian lady"); and Ania in The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov. Later she also performed in Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain; Joyce's Exiles; and The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.

Dymna has played about 250 theatrical and film roles. She has been esteemed for her talent and looks which "emanated with freshness, naturalness, girlishness and charm". Her photographs decorated covers of magazines, but her beauty became, in a way, an obstacle for portrayals of more mature characters. Such a possibility emerged in the second half of the 1980s when she experienced physical change related with motherhood.

In 2002 Dymna initiated the Cracow Poetry Salon, which has become a weekly reading of poetry by most distinguished actors and poets. The Salon takes place each Sunday at Juliusz Słowacki Theatre but it already has its separate branches in some other cities of Poland, e.g. in Częstochowa, Gdańsk, Opole and Tarnów. The Cracow Poetry Salon was granted the Nike Award in 2003 for "the most interesting cultural activity in the region".

Charity work
Dymna has been involved in charity for many years. In 1999 she started co-operation with the St. Brother Albert Foundation which organizes charity performances with therapists and their disabled charges. Two years later she originated the "Albertiana" National Festival of Theatre and Musical Works of Disabled Persons.

Finally, in the year 2003 Dymna established her own charity foundation, called Mimo Wszystko ("Against the Odds") which aims at improvement in the living conditions of the poor and disabled people. This aim is to be achieved by gradual diminishment of mental barriers that exist between the disabled and the healthy citizens of society, as well as by equalising opportunities for them.

Dymna is also the co-author of a TV program Spotkajmy się ("Let's meet"), in which she talks with her ill and disabled guests about "love, acceptance, loneliness, happiness, faith and hope". The program is produced in an intimate and peaceful atmosphere.

She also supported actions focused on help for the refugees from Kosovo.

Anna Dymna has received many important awards for her artistic achievements, including the Golden Mask (1996, 1999, 2000); the Golden Screen in 1984; and the Golden Lions in 1994. The President of the Republic of Poland awarded her with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta in 2004. Disabled children granted her the Order of the Smile for her charity involvement in the same year.

Other noticeable awards for Anna Dymna include:

Silver Cross of Merit (1989)
Golden Duck (1993)
Aleksandra Zelwerowicz Award (1994)
Brother Albert’s Medal (2000)
Superwiktor (2004)
Friend of Integration (2004)
Ecce Homo Order (2005)
Polish Doctors' Society Medal of Merit (2006)
St. George's Medal (2006)
The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity Foundation Medal (2007)
Woman of the Year 2006 of the Twój Styl magazine (2007)
Benemerenti Diploma (2007)
Super Lodołamacz (2007)
Private life
Dymna was married to an artist Wiesław Dymny from 1973 until his death in 1978. She often emphasized the impact her first husband had on her, owing to his colourful personality. On the 20th anniversary of his death, she asked Big Cyc, the favourite band of her son, to write three songs on the basis of Wiesław Dymny's texts.

She remarried in 1983 to Zbigniew Szota and they had a son, Michał (born 1986). They divorced in 1989. Later on she got married for the third time. Her current husband, Krzysztof Orzechowski, is an actor and theatre director.

^ (Polish) Anna Dymna's biography at

^ (Polish) Anna Dymna. Biografia twórcy at

^ The corresponding article at Polish Wikipedia, as of July 6, 2008

^ Against the Odds Foundation

^ Against the Odds Foundation

^ Against the Odds Foundation

^ (Polish) Anna Dymna Super Lodołamaczem 2007

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Filmographie de Anna Dymna (13 films)

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Destined for Blues, 1h41
Genres Drame, Musical
Acteurs Tomasz Kot, Anna Dymna, Joanna Bartel, Zbigniew Zamachowski
Rôle Małgorzata's mother
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Destined for Blues raconte l'histoire de Ryszard "Rysiek" Riedel, leader emblématique du groupe de rock blues polonais Dżem. Le film se concentre sur ses relations familiales avec sa femme Małgorzata et son père, sa carrière musicale et sa dépendance à l'héroïne.
Quand le soleil était un dieu, 1h47
Réalisé par Jerzy Hoffman
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Fantasy, Aventure, Historique
Thèmes La mer, Transport, Mise en scène des vikings
Acteurs Bohdan Stupka, Michał Żebrowski, Daniel Olbrychski, Ryszard Filipski, Jerzy Trela, Ewa Wiśniewska
Rôle Jaga
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Aux origines légendaires des tribus slaves occidentales et du roi Popiel, mythique tyran manipulé par sa maîtresse, une ancienne esclave. Elle fera tout pour assurer à son fils un avenir en tant que souverain.
The Hexer
The Hexer (2001)
, 2h10
Réalisé par Marek Brodzki
Genres Science-fiction, Fantasy, Aventure
Acteurs Michał Żebrowski, Zbigniew Zamachowski, Maciej Kozłowski, Olaf Lubaszenko, Ewa Wiśniewska, Andrzej Chyra
Rôle Nenneke
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The TV series and the film were loosely based on Andrzej Sapkowski's book series The Witcher (Wiedźmin).
Duże zwierzę, 1h13
Réalisé par Jerzy Stuhr
Genres Drame, Comédie
Thèmes Mise en scène d'un animal
Acteurs Anna Dymna, Jerzy Stuhr, Andrzej Kozak
Rôle Marysia Sawicka
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Mr. Zygmunt Sawicki is a bank employee, who finds a camel in his yard one day. He decides to take charge of it and he and his wife Marysia take care of it. However, problems arise for both his fellow town-dwellers and the local authorities.
Journal intime d'un pécheur, 1h54
Réalisé par Wojciech Has
Genres Drame, Fantasy
Acteurs Piotr Bajor, Ewa Wiśniewska, Maciej Kozłowski, Franciszek Pieczka, Anna Dymna, Katarzyna Figura
Rôle Dominika
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En Écosse, au XVIIIe siècle. Robert revient à la vie pour raconter son étrange histoire, depuis la naissance de son frère, la détestation entre ses parents, et sa naissance. Jeune homme, il est torturé par un désir d’absolu. Abordé par un personnage étrange qui l'encourage à assouvir ses pulsions sans renier ses idéaux, l'homme veut le persuader de tuer son demi-frère sur ordre divin. S'il résiste d'abord, Robert finit par accomplir l'acte. Mais l'euphorie qui suit est perturbée par des morts étranges qui surviennent dans son entourage.
Sans fin
Sans fin (1985)
, 1h49
Réalisé par Krzysztof Kieślowski
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Science-fiction, Documentaire, Fantasy
Acteurs Grażyna Szapołowska, Aleksander Bardini, Jerzy Radziwiłowicz, Artur Barciś, Danny Webb, Marek Kondrat
Rôle Maman
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1982 : la Pologne est placée sous la loi martiale, et Solidarnosc est interdit. Ulla, une traductrice polonaise, perd son mari Antek, avocat. Tiraillée par la douleur entre le besoin de se souvenir et celui d'oublier, elle continue de voir son mari. Alors qu'elle cherche noyer cette obsession dans le travail, son amour pour son fils, dans le sexe, et même dans l'hypnose, elle est contactée par la femme de Darek, un client de son mari, emprisonné en raison de son engagement au sein de Solidarnosc.
Znachor (1982)
, 2h8
Réalisé par Jerzy Hoffman
Origine Pologne
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Jerzy Bińczycki, Anna Dymna, Arkadiusz Bazak, Igor Śmiałowski, Piotr Fronczewski, Artur Barciś
Rôle Maria Jolanta Wilczur
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Un chirurgien cardiaque renommé apprend que sa femme le quitte le jour de leur anniversaire de mariage et qu'elle prend leur fille avec elle.