Agnieszka Podsiadlik is an outstanding personality among Polish actresses of her generation. Lucky to have worked with renowned directors and uncompromising in her choices of theatrical and film roles, Agnieszka has achieved a professional status that so many others dream about. Courageous in transforming her looks and her body, Agnieszka conjures up a unique image for each of her characters.
Agnieszka is charismatic and compelling in every role be it an aristocrat, socially excluded or a big city girl.
In 2010 she received two nominations to a Golden Duck („Film” magazine Award) for her appearances in Krzysztof Łukaszewicz “Lynch” and Magdalena Łazarkiewicz “Dance Marathon”. In 2015 she was nominated for Zbyszek Cybulski Actors Prize for her role of the mother in “Baby Bump”.
Agnieszka is a remarkable theatre actress as well. Since the beginnings of her career, she has been a member of the internationally acclaimed Rozmaitości Theatre team. She has been working with numerous outstanding artists and has been presented prestigious theatre awards. It is worth mentioning “The Bat” by Kornel Mundruczo (Acting Grand Prix at 53rd Kalisz Theatre Meetings), “Whatever happens, I love you” by Przemysław Wojcieszek (Warsaw Felix theatre award nomination) and “Helena S.” by Aleksandra Konieczna (Warsaw Felix theatre award nomination). What’s more, Agnieszka has made main role guest appearances on the stages of i.a. Luzerner Theater in Switzerland and Współczesny Theatre in Wrocław.