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Jerzy Duszyński (actor)

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Jerzy Duszyński (ˈjɛʐɨ duˈʂɨɲskʲi; May 15, 1917–July 23, 1978) was one of the most popular actors in a post-war Poland. He starred in a number of film productions as well as theatrical plays. Biography Duszyński was born in Moscow to the family of Feliks (a civil servant and state administration official, activist of the Polish Red Cross) and Maria Duszyński who were evacuated from Poland right before the offensive of the German Army during World War I. After the end of World War I, along with his parents he returned to Warsaw and then soon afterwards the family moved to Mińsk Mazowiecki, where he graduated in 1935 from I Gimnazjum Humanistyczne. After finishing high school, he continued his education at the Municipal School of Arts and Decorative Painting in Warsaw (now the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw), where he studied for only one year. In 1936, he passed the entrance exam at the Theater Arts Department of the National Institute of Theatrical Arts, where he stu
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