Rafal Zawierucha was born in 1986, in Cracow, Poland. He is an international actor. In 2012 he graduated from National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. After the first year in Theater Academy as the one of the best students he got an invitation to the acting workshop in Watermill Center, New York 2008 Summer Program with one of the most famous theater director Robert Wilson. When he was still in the Academy, he got a main part in "Heritage", a great movie directed by one of the best Polish directors, Andrzej Baranski. A year after finishing school he joined to the one of the famous stage in the country Warsaw Modern Theatre - "Teatr Wspolczesny" where he took part in plays such as 'Hamlet' , "When the Barbarians Came", "Platonov", "Bucharest Calling" and "Fantazy". In the cinema area, he is best known for Heritage (2011), Gods (2014), and Afterimage (2016) directed by Andrzej Wajda. He is also a host of a documentary TV series for Discovery Canal plus - "Film Poland" and "Film Europ

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