Actress. Graduate of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. She debuted in Nowy Teatr in Warsaw as Maryna in Wyspiański’s “The Wedding” directed by Adam Hanuszkiewicz (1990). Beata worked with Teatr Nowy until 1998. Co-founder of Towarzystwo Teatralne, an independent organisation which introduced socially engaged dramaturgy to the Polish theatre scene. In the years 2000-2003 she performed in Teatr Polski in Poznań, and in 2014-2017 in the ensemble of Teatr Polski in Bydgoszcz. Since 1990s, she has been involved in the critical current of the Polish theatre, she performed in plays by, among others, Anna Augustynowicz, Jan Klata, Paweł Wodziński, Paweł Łysak, Wiktor Rubin, Paweł Szkotak, Grażyna Kania, Anja Susa, Katarzyna Szyngiera, Bartek Frąckowiak. She played tens of theatre parts, including Cate in Sarah Kane’s “Blasted” (1999), Rimma in Nikolay Kolyada’s “Dead Princess” (2002), Mrs. Rollison in “Mickiewicz.Dziady. Performance” (2011), Mother in “The Marriage” by Witold Gombrowicz (2012), Mrs. Collbert in Jolanta Janiczak’s “Stateswomen, Sluts of Revolution, or the Learned Ladies” (2016), K3 in “Workplace” (2017) and Mother in “Rewolucja, której nie było”(2018) by Justyna Sobczyk and Teatr 21. Winner of awards for individual roles, e.g. at Festiwal Prapremier, Festiwal Sztuki Aktorskiej in Kalisz, Festiwal Kontrapunkt and ensemble awards, including at Boska Komedia, Festiwal Raport and Festiwal Nowego Teatru. In 2022 she played e.g. Marzena in a “Green Gloves Gang” Netflix TV-series and cooperated with Artur Żmijewski on „Compassion”.