Zofia Czerwińska (March 19, 1933 – March 13, 2019) was a Polish actress known for her role in the TV series Alternatives 4 in the role of Zofia Balcerkowa.
at Gdynia Film Festival
|Born||March 19, 1933|
|Died||March 13, 2019|
Czerwińska was born in 1933 in Poznań. She was the only child of Marian and Anna Urszula of the Czerwiński family. She attended the V (five) High school in Gdansk and was said to be an outstanding post-war alumnae. She studied drama at the theatre in Krakow.
She had a long acting career in film and television taking 150 different roles. She was particularly remembered for her role in the TV series Alternatives 4 in the role of Zofia Balcerkowa. She was active in campaigning for animal rights and to curb homophobia.
Czerwińska died in Warsaw in 2019. She had undergone surgery, against expert advice, and had not recovered. Her ashes were buried in the North Cemetery in Warsaw (Wólka Węglowa). Mourners included Mariusz Szczygieł, Marian Opania, Radosław Piwowarski, Teresa Lipowska and Ewa Wiśniewska.
She married twice but she divorced her first husband because he was unfaithful and lost the second because she was unfaithful. She had no children.
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- "Nie żyje Zofia Czerwińska". www.pomponik.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2020-01-07.