Stanisław Jaśkiewicz

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Stanisław Jaśkiewicz
Born (1907-01-12)January 12, 1907
Liepāja, Russian Empire
Died December 21, 1980(1980-12-21) (aged 73)
Warsaw, Poland
Occupation Actor

Stanisław Jaśkiewicz (12 January 1907, Liepāja, Russian Empire - 21 December 1980, Warsaw, Poland) was a Polish actor.

He graduated from the Warsaw Conservatory in 1929, making his theatrical debut at 21 November that year as Francis Flute in the Vilnius Municipal Theater production of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Along the years, he was part of the regular cast in the Warsaw Elizeum Theater (at 1931), the Lemberg Municipal Theater (from 1932 to 1938), the Pohulanka Theater in Warsaw (1938–41), the Łódź Soldiers' House Theater (1946–47), the Zygmunt Hübner Theater in Warsaw (1947-9), the Modernist Warsaw Theater (1949-1957) and the Polish Theatre (1957–75). In 1963 he was awarded the Officer's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.[1]

He first appeared on screen at the 1937 movie Flaming Heart (Płomienne serca), as the student-turned-soldier Wojtek.[2] He played in more than thirty movies and television productions until his departure.[3]

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  1. Stanisław Jaśkiewicz on Filmpolsky.
  2. Stanisław Jaśkiewicz's pre-1945 movies at Filmpolsky.
  3. Stanisław Jaśkiewicz's appearances on television at Filmpolsky.

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