Theater and film actress. She graduated from the PWST (State Higher School of Theatre Arts) in Krakow in 1998. After graduation she worked with the ensemble of the Stary Theatre in Kraków, where she performed until 2006. In 1998 she received the first acting award for her role in Suicide at the XVI Festival of Theatre Schools in Łódź. In 2005-2007 she was an actress at the Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. She gained popularity for her award-winning role as Hanka B. in the film Preserve (2007), the role of the dresiarch Natasha in the film Snow White and Russian Red (2009), as well as roles in television series: 39 i pół and Usta usta (2010-2011). In 2007, she received the President of TVP award at the 32nd Polish Film Festival in Gdynia and the award for supporting actress in the film Preserve.
Selected filmography: 2021 – Other people, dir. Aleksandra Terpińska; 2020 – Zieja, dir. Robert Gliński; 2019: Czarny mercedes, dir. Janusz Majewski; Proceder, dir. Michał Węgrzyn; 2018 – 7 emotions dir. Marek Koterski; 2015: The Eccentrics. The Sunny Side of the Street, dir. Janusz Majewski; The Story of Irena Sendler, dir. Andrzej Wolf; Influence, dir. Łukasz Barczyk; Panie Dulskie, dir. Filip Bajon; 2014: Gods, dir. Łukasz Palkowski; The Photographer, dir. Waldemar Krzystek; The Citizen, dir. Jerzy Stuhr; Polish Shit, dir. Grzegorz Jankowski; 2013 – Syberiada polska, dir. Janusz Zaorski; 2012 – Być jak Kazimierz Deyna, dir. Anna Wieczur-Bluszcz; 2011 – 80 billions, reż. Waldemar Krzystek; 2010 – Mała matura 1947, dir. Janusz Majewski; 2009 – Snow White and Russian Red, dir. Xawery Żuławski; 2007 – Preserve, dir. Łukasz Palkowski.