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Anna Prucnal (born 17 December 1940) is a Polish actress in both cinema and theatre, as well as a singer.

Prucnal was born in Warsaw, Poland. After her father, a surgeon, was killed by the Nazis during World War II, Anna and her sister were raised by their mother, who was of noble descent and related to the 18th-century King of Poland Stanislas Leszczyński. After studying piano and lyrical song, Anna Prucnal went on an acting career at the Studencki Teatr Satyryków, in Warsaw.

Prucnal first appeared in a movie at the age of twenty-two in the film “Sun and Shadow” (Slăntzeto i siankata), a popular release. In 1970, Prucnal moved to France and embarked upon a theatrical career, appearing in a number of plays by Bertolt Brecht. She worked with many important directors including Jorge Lavelli, Georges Wilson, Roger Planchon, Jean-Louis Barrault, Marc’O, Petrika Ionesco, Lucian Pintilie and Jacques Lassalle. She also appeared in several notable films, the most notorious of which was Dusan Makavejev's “Sweet Movie”, which Polish authorities deemed to be pornographic and anticommunist. As a result, Anna was banned from using her Polish passport, effectively exiling her from her homeland.

During the 1970s, Anna developed her career as a singer. Her album “Dream of West, Dream of East” was popular, initially in France, then Belgium, worldwide and, finally, in Warsaw in 1989… to celebrate the bicentenary of the French Revolution, and representing a homecoming of sorts for Anna.

Prucnal has continued to release records (such as “Monsieur Brecht” in 2006), and act in movies (“Wimbledon Stage” in 2001) and TV, as well as appearing on stage in the acclaimed play “The Vagina Monologues” in 2005.

In 2002, Prucnal published her autobiography (not yet translated in English) entitled “Moi qui suis née à Varsovie” (“I, who was born in Warsaw”), co-authored with Jean Mailland.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Anna Prucnal, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Anna Prucnal (born 17 December 1940) is a Polish actress in both cinema and theatre, as well as a singer.

Prucnal was born in Warsaw, Poland. After her father, a surgeon, was killed by the Nazis during World War II, Anna and her sister were raised by their mother, who was of noble descent and related to the 18th-century King of Poland Stanislas Leszczyński. After studying piano and lyrical song, Anna Prucnal went on an acting career at the Studencki Teatr Satyryków, in Warsaw.

Prucnal first appeared in a movie at the age of twenty-two in the film “Sun and Shadow” (Slăntzeto i siankata), a popular release. In 1970, Prucnal moved to France and embarked upon a theatrical career, appearing in a number of plays by Bertolt Brecht. She worked with many important directors including Jorge Lavelli, Georges Wilson, Roger Planchon, Jean-Louis Barrault, Marc’O, Petrika Ionesco, Lucian Pintilie and Jacques Lassalle. She also appeared in several notable films, the most notorious of which was Dusan Makavejev's “Sweet Movie”, which Polish authorities deemed to be pornographic and anticommunist. As a result, Anna was banned from using her Polish passport, effectively exiling her from her homeland.

During the 1970s, Anna developed her career as a singer. Her album “Dream of West, Dream of East” was popular, initially in France, then Belgium, worldwide and, finally, in Warsaw in 1989… to celebrate the bicentenary of the French Revolution, and representing a homecoming of sorts for Anna.

Prucnal has continued to release records (such as “Monsieur Brecht” in 2006), and act in movies (“Wimbledon Stage” in 2001) and TV, as well as appearing on stage in the acclaimed play “The Vagina Monologues” in 2005.

In 2002, Prucnal published her autobiography (not yet translated in English) entitled “Moi qui suis née à Varsovie” (“I, who was born in Warsaw”), co-authored with Jean Mailland.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Anna Prucnal, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Informations personnelles

Connu(e) pour Interprétation

Genre Femme

Apparitions connues 19

Né(e) le 1940-11-17

Lieu de naissance Warsaw, Poland

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Aussi connu(e) sous le nom

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Interprétation TélévisionFilms

2012 Les Lettres de Saïgon en tant que Melle Rawolsky
2001 Le stade de Wimbledon en tant que La femme blonde
1997 C'est la tangente que je préfère en tant que La femme blonde
1994 Wrony en tant que Nauczycielka
1988 L'Artifice et le factice
1980 La Cité des femmes en tant que Elena
1979 Bastien, Bastienne en tant que Suzanne
1978 Le dossier 51 en tant que Sarah Robski
1978 Guerres civiles en France en tant que La fédérée polonaise (segment "La semaine sanglante")
1976 Dracula père et fils
1974 Sweet Movie en tant que Capt. Anna Planeta
1970 Nowy
1968 Wege übers Land (5 épisodes) en tant que Steffa
1968 Przekładaniec
1966 Reise ins Ehebett en tant que Eva
1964 Der fliegende Holländer en tant que Senta
1963 Przygoda noworoczna en tant que Krystyna
1963 Smarkula en tant que Krysia Kowalska
1962 Слънцето и сянката

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