Magdalena Lamparska

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Birth date: 1988

born in the northern Polish city of Slupsk in 1988. Magda sang in the Slupsk choir “Fantasy” and went on to be a 3 time Grand Prix winner at the National (a capella) Choir Competition in Bydgoszcz. A graduate of the Alexander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw. “Magda is considered one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in television, film and theater of the young generation.“ During Magda’s 2nd year at the acting academy she landed one of the leading role of Marta in the TV series “39 and a Half”. While guest starring on “Father Mathew”, Agatha’s Law” and “Don’t Worry About Me” audiences also got to know her in one of the leading roles as Marta on the TV series “Hotel 52”. Magda made her big screen debut as Malgosia in the beautiful and poignant film “We’re Going to the Cinema Tomorrow” by director Michael Kwiecinski. She continued to make appearances in suppporting roles in “Big Love” dir. B.Biolowas; “Zero” dir. P. Borowski and in “You Can Be Who you Want” dir . M. Wleklik. Magda then went on to play the leading role of Elka, a young girl who falls in love with a Soviet soldier stationed near her village, in a Polish- Russian co-production called “Not just now” dir. W. Pendrakowski. A role for which Magda Lamparska was awarded  Best Actress at the Moscow Film  estival. Miss Lamparska made her theatrical debut at the Polish National Theatre in Warsaw as Alina in the Polish classic “Balladyna” by J. Slowacski, dir. A. Tyszkiewicz. Magda is also currently playing Julie in “Perfect Wedding” and Malgosia in “Tag” at Kwadrat Teatr and starring as Natasha Wood in “SPANK! The 50 Shades Parody” dir. J. Weisgerber at Polonia Teatr. Currently audiences can see her in the feature film “Letters to Santa 2” as Magda directed by M. Dejczer. “Letters to Santa 2″ has broken all box office records in the history of Polish Cinema. Next year the audience will see her as Kamila in feature film “No Panic, With a Hint of Hysteria” dir. T. Szafranski with Stephen Baldwin and as Weronika in „Love” dir. M. Plucinska. Magda has just finished shooting “The Zookeeper’s Wife” in the role of Wanda Englert directed by Niki Carro with Jessica Chastain and Daniel Bruhl. 
Magda fell in love with theatre as a teenager. With the possibilities of expressing herself and the realization that “In the theatre..I’m home.” That the communion with an audience and their presence is immediate, powerful and ‘here and now’. Miss Lamparska believes that success is a combination of talent, luck and above all hard work. Her perserverance and consistancy developed at an early age playing volleyball, a discipline she pursued for 12 years. The belief that growth comes from continuous learning and practice. Magda continues her training and hones her acting, singing and dancing skills worldwide and has recently been studying at the prestigious Ivana Chubbuck Acting Studio in Los Angeles. Magdalena Lamparska believes acting is not only her profession but something deeply ingrained in her soul. Magda’s philosophy is… “If you change nothing, nothing will change. I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. Every day I want to be better than I was yesterday. It’s me. I’m free. “

Born in the northern Polish city of Slupsk in 1988. Magda sang in the Slupsk choir “Fantasy” and went on to be a 3 time Grand Prix winner at the National (a capella) Choir Competition in Bydgoszcz. A graduate of the Alexander Zelwerowicz Theatre Academy in Warsaw. “Magda is considered one of the most beautiful and talented actresses in television, film and theater of the young generation.“ During Magda’s 2nd year at the acting academy she landed one of the leading role of Marta in the TV series “39 and a Half”. While guest starring on “Father Mathew”, Agatha’s Law” and “Don’t Worry About Me” audiences also got to know her in one of the leading roles as Marta on the TV series “Hotel 52”. Magda made her big screen debut as Malgosia in the beautiful and poignant film “We’re Going to the Cinema Tomorrow” by director Michael Kwiecinski. She continued to make appearances in suppporting roles in “Big Love” dir. B.Biolowas; “Zero” dir. P. Borowski and in “You Can Be Who you Want” dir . M. Wleklik. Magda then went on to play the leading role of Elka, a young girl who falls in love with a Soviet soldier stationed near her village, in a Polish- Russian co-production called “Not just now” dir. W. Pendrakowski. A role for which Magda Lamparska was awarded  Best Actress at the Moscow Film  estival. Miss Lamparska made her theatrical debut at the Polish National Theatre in Warsaw as Alina in the Polish classic “Balladyna” by J. Slowacski, dir. A. Tyszkiewicz. Magda is also currently playing Julie in “Perfect Wedding” and Malgosia in “Tag” at Kwadrat Teatr and starring as Natasha Wood in “SPANK! The 50 Shades Parody” dir. J. Weisgerber at Polonia Teatr. Currently audiences can see her in the feature film “Letters to Santa 2” as Magda directed by M. Dejczer. “Letters to Santa 2″ has broken all box office records in the history of Polish Cinema. Next year the audience will see her as Kamila in feature film “No Panic, With a Hint of Hysteria” dir. T. Szafranski with Stephen Baldwin and as Weronika in „Love” dir. M. Plucinska. Magda has just finished shooting “The Zookeeper’s Wife” in the role of Wanda Englert directed by Niki Carro with Jessica Chastain and Daniel Bruhl. 
Magda fell in love with theatre as a teenager. With the possibilities of expressing herself and the realization that “In the theatre..I’m home.” That the communion with an audience and their presence is immediate, powerful and ‘here and now’. Miss Lamparska believes that success is a combination of talent, luck and above all hard work. Her perserverance and consistancy developed at an early age playing volleyball, a discipline she pursued for 12 years. The belief that growth comes from continuous learning and practice. Magdalena Lamparska believes acting is not only her profession but something deeply ingrained in her soul. Magda’s philosophy is… “If you change nothing, nothing will change. I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. Every day I want to be better than I was yesterday. It’s me. I’m free. “

 

Education

The Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw

 

Filmography

Film

2021 - The end, dir. Tomasz Mandes

2020 - Franek, (Magda), in production

2020 - 365 days, dir. Barbra Białowąs, Tomasz Mandes (Olga, Laura's friend)

2020 - W rytmie serca, collective director, (Alicja Szumil)

2020 - Alicja i żabka, dir. Olga Bołądź, (nun), screenplay

2019 - 39 i pół, dir. Aleksander Pietrzak, Maciej Migas, (Marta)

2019 - 1800 gramów, dir. Marcin Głowacki, in production

2018 - Za marzenia, collective director, (Telma)

2018 - Ojciec Mateusz, collective director (Magda)

2017 - Nianie w wielkim mieście , serial TV (Dana),

2016 - Porady na zdrady, dir. Ryszard Zatorski,sa Kalina,( shooting),feature film,

2015 – The Zookeeper’s Wife – dir. Niki Carro (Wanda Enlert),

2015 – Kochaj  – dir. M. Plucińska (Weronika),

2015 – No Panic, With a Hint of Hysteria (Bez paniki, z odrobiną histerii) – dir. T. Szafranski (Kamila),

2015 –  Letters to Santa 2 (Listy do M 2) – dir. M. Dejczer, TVN (Magda), feature film,

2014 – Wręceni 2 – dir. P. Wereśniak, feature film,

2014 – Ojciec Mateusz – TV series, TVP, episode 76 (Boźena),

2014 – O mnie się nie martw - TV series, episode 7 (Marlena),

2013 – To nie koniec świata– TV series  (Ulka),

2013 – Gods – (Bogowie) – dir. Ł. Palkowski, feature film,

2012 – Animus – dir. P. Jurek, short film (Agata),

2012 – Big Love – dir. B. Białowąs, feature film,

2012 – True Law – (Prawo Agaty) - TV series, episode 13 (Marlena Moczulska),  

2011 – Ojciec Mateusz– TV series, episode 76 (Bożena) ,  

2011 – Na dobre i na złe – TV series, episode 432 (Joasia),
2010-2012 – Hotel 52 – TV series (Marta),  

2009 – Zero – dir. Paweł Borowski, feature film,

2008 – Just Not Now – (Tylko nie teraz) – dir. V. Pendrakowskyi,

2008- 2010 – 39 i pół – TV series (Marta),

2007 – Jutro idziemy do kina – reż. M. Kwieciński, film fabularny (Małgosia),

 

Theatre
2014 - Spank! 50 shades of Grey, dir. J. Weisgerberg, Polonia Theatre (Natasza),

2013 - Berek czyli upiór w moherze, dir. A. Rozhin, Kwadrat Theatre (Małgosia),

2012 - Ślub doskonały, dir. M. Sławiński, Kwadrat Theatre (Julie),
2012 - Balladyna , dir. A. Tyszkiewicz, National Theatre (Alina),
2012 - Kabaret na koniec świata "Komunikacja", cabaret, dir. W. Kostrzewski, Laboratorium Dramatu Theatre,
2012 - Kabaret na koniec świata "O Pieknie", cabaret, dir. W. Kostrzewski, Laboratorium Dramatu Theatre,

2011 - Pożarcie Królewny Bluetki - charity play for children, supporting the Foundation Nasze dzieci for chilren with cancer, Warsaw, Poland (direction and role of Fairy Godmother),