Zbigniew Zamachowski Born July 17, 1961 Alma mater National Film School in Łódź Occupation Actor Years active 1981-present Spouse(s) Anna Komornicka ( divorced) Aleksandra Justa (divorced March 2012) Partner(s) Monika Richardson Children Marysia, Antek, Tadeusz, Bronisława
Zbigniew Zamachowski ( Polish pronunciation: ; born July 17, 1961 in [ˈzbiɡɲɛf zamaˈxɔfskʲi] Brzeziny in the Łódź Voivodship, Poland) is a Polish actor.
Zamachowski graduated from the actor's faculty in "
PWSFTViT" in Łódź. He began his acting career in 1981 and in 1989 had a co-starring role in Part Ten (Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Goods) of director Krzysztof Kieślowski's film series, . Four years later, Kieślowski cast him as the lead character, "Karol Karol", in The Decalogue , the second of his acclaimed Three Colors: White Three Colors trilogy.
Between 1985 and 1997, he performed at The Studio Theater, and since 1997 he has been an actor at the
National Theater in Warsaw.
He's best known as the voice of
Shrek in the polish version of Shrek (series). Filmography [ edit ] (2013) as Nawiślak Walesa. Man of Hope (2012) Aftermath (2007) Hope (2005) aka Czas Surferów Surfer's time as Klama (2005) aka Diabeł Devil, The as Frank's friend (2005) aka Skazany na bluesa Destined for Blues as Mr. Henio (2005) (post-production) aka Wróżby kumaka The Call of the Toad (2003) aka Zróbmy sobie wnuka Let's make ourselves a grandson as Gustaw Mytnik (2003) as Matuszek Żurek (2003) aka Ciało Corpus as Dizel (2003) aka Petite prairie aux bouleaux, La The Birch-Tree Meadow as Gutek (2003) original title Distant Lights Lichter as Antoni. Director: Hans-Christian Schmid (2002) aka Zmruż oczy Squint Your Eyes as Jasiek (2002) as Customer with Coins The Pianist (2001) aka Wiedźmin The Witcher/ The Hexer as Dandelion (2001) aka Stacja Station as Dymecki, owner of petrol station (2001) aka Cześć Tereska Hi, Tereska as Edek (2001) (TV) aka Sto minut wakacji One houndred minutes of holydays Lightmaker (2001) as Rumo Ranieri (2001) as Kołota Weiser (film) (2000) as Terry's Driver Proof of Life (2000) aka Når nettene blir lange Cabin Fever as Brother-in-law (2000) aka Prymas - trzy lata z tysiąca The Primate as Priest Stanisław Skorodecki (2000) as Policeman aka Pierwszy milion First million (1999) aka Ogniem i mieczem as With Fire and Sword Michał Wołodyjowski (1998) as Sergej 23 (1998) aka Kochaj i rób co chcesz Love, and Do Whatever You Want as Lech Ryszka (1998) aka Demony wojny według Goi Demons of War as Cpl. 'Houdini' Moraczewski (1997) aka Pułapka Trap, The (1997) aka Szczęśliwego Nowego Jorku Happy New York as Potejto (1997) aka Odwiedz mnie we snie Visit Me in My Dream (1997) aka Darmozjad polski Polish Freeloader, The as Swede (1997) (TV) aka Sława i chwała Fame and Glory as Franciszek Gołąbek aka Pestka The Pip (1996) (1995) aka Pułkownik Kwiatkowski Colonel Kwiatkowski as Dudek (1994) aka Trois couleurs: Rouge Three Colours: Red as Karol Karol (1994) (TV) as Yatsek Clandestin, Le (1994) (TV) aka Zawrócony Reverted as Tomek Siwek (1993) aka Trois couleurs: Blanc Three Colours: White as Karol Karol (1993) aka Trois couleurs: Bleu Three Colors: Blue as Karol Karol (1993) aka Straszny sen dzidziusia Górkiewicza The Terrible Dream of Babyface Gorkiewicz (1992) (TV) as Jussi Sauna (1992) aka Naprawdę krótki film o miłości, zabijaniu i jeszcze jednym przykazaniu Really short movie about love, killing and one more commandment. (1992) aka Tak, tak Yes, Yes (1991) aka as Tom Ferdydurke (1991) aka Seszele Seychelles as Stefek (1991) aka Ucieczka z kina 'Wolność' Escape From the 'Liberty' Cinema as Pomocnik cenzora (1990) as Ichak Szulc Korczak (1989) (TV) aka Dekalog, dziesięć Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Goods as Artur (1989) aka Sztuka kochania Art of Loving as Ziobro (1989) aka Zabij mnie, glino Kill Me, Cop as Seweryn (1988) aka Possédés, Les The Possessed as Liamchine (1987) aka Prywatne śledztwo Private Investigation as Truck passenger (1987) aka Pierścień i róża The Ring and the Rose as Prince Bulbo (1986) aka Ucieczka Escape, The (1983) aka Matka Królów Mother of Kings (1981) aka Wielka majówka The Big Picnic External links [ edit ]