Anita Sokołowska (born on January 25, 1976) is a graduate of the National Film School in Lodz (acting class completed in 1999). She is one of the most recognizable and popular actresses in Poland. Roles in the series Trędowata, Na dobre i na złe, Przyjaciółki (Leper, For Better Or For Worse And Friends) – in which she plays lead roles – earned her popularity among broad audiences. She has been working steadily for 18 years since she left school. It enabled her to gain extensive experiences in working in front of the camera, covering a wide range of film and TV genres.
During 11 years spent in the Ballet School on the intensive dance training she gained technical skills in both classical and modern dance styles, later developed when participating in many dance projects, working with the most prominent Eastern European choreographers on advanced movement techniques when preparing her theatrical roles.
She works in the best theaters in Poland (Teatr Powszechny, Warsaw, Teatr Wybrzeże, Gdansk, Teatr Polski, Bydgoszcz) and is constantly invited to collaborate with the best theater directors. She is extremely professional, always perfectly prepared and has excellent contact with the crew on the set.