Karolina Bruchnicka was born in Poland. She decided to become an actress at the age of 5 and never considered any different path. She graduated from Polish Film School in Łódź. While being a student Karolina made her debut by playing the lead role in the ‘Coach’s Daughter’ movie screened at Hamburg Film Festival. For this teenage tennis player role, she got critical acclaim and several awards such as ‘Rising Star’ at the Off Camera International Festival of Independent Cinema. She is seeing a strong connection between professional sports and acting especially in the mind and behavior aspect. That’s why she founds training in many sports an essential part of her life and role preparation. She took part in over 20 productions (feature and short films, series). Her last movie premieres were ‘My wonderful life’ by Łukasz Grzegorzek and ‘All our fears’ by Łukasz Ronduda. She has recently finished shooting for Canal + series where she played the female lead role and the Israeli-German-Polish co-production movie ‘Delegation’ by Asaf Saban. Her biggest dream at this moment is to take part in international film productions. Besides the cinema, she is also a theatre actress. She won an award for the Best Female Performance at the International School Festival in Rabat. Her last theatre performance was a monodrama called ‘Rita’- the story was based on the toxic but extremely fascinating relationship between Rita Gombrowicz and 30 years older famous writer Witold Gombrowicz. She is focused on playing characters with strong personalities who have something to say and are not only a pretty addition to the male.