Ewa Wiśniewska

Special prize for Polish actress Ewa Wiśniewska

Since 2009, in the team of the National Theater. A graduate of the State Higher School of Theater in Warsaw (1964). Since 1992, she has been cooperating with the Scena Prezentacje Theater in Warsaw. She has also collaborated with other Warsaw theaters: Komedia, Syrena, Polonia, as well as with the Scena na Piętrze in Poznan and with the Polish Radio Theater and the Polish Television Theater.

Winner of the Złota Maska – award in the readers' poll of "Express Wieczorny" (1970), as well as the Srebrna Maska (1971) and the Złote Kwiaty award for the most popular actress of socialist countries (1977).

For the role of Róża in Cudzoziemka by Ryszard Ber, she was honored with the award for the leading female role at the 11th Polish Film Festival in Gdansk (1986), Złota Kaczka – the "Film" award (1986), the Head of Cinematography Award for film work in the field of feature film (1987) and the "Trybuna Ludu" award (1987). Awarded with the Złote Grono for the role of Mrs. R. in the film Sceny dziecięce z życia prowincji by Tomasz Zygadło at the 7th Lubuskie Film Summer (1987). Winner of the Orły – Polish Film Award for the best supporting female role, the role of Kurcewiczowa in Jerzy Hoffman's Ogniem i Mieczem (2000) and the award for the best actress, for the role of Barbara in the Fifth season of the year by Jerzy Domaradzki at the Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival in Wuhan (2013 ).

Honored with the Great Splendor, the Polish Radio Theater Award (2016) and the Irena Solska award (2018).

Decorated with the Silver (1979) and Golden (1988) Cross of Merit, the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta (2003), the Silver Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis (2007) and the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta (2017).

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