Adam Ferency (actor)
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Who is Adam Ferency?
Adam Ferency is a Polish actor. He has appeared in over 70 films and televisison shows since 1976. He starred in the 1990 film Burial of a Potato, which was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival.
- also known as A. Ferency, 아담 페런시
- born on (64 years ago) in Warsaw
- nationality: Poland
- profession: Actor, theatre director
- played Zenon Król (Syn Łucji) in "The Mother of Kings"
- played Lieutenant Morawski in "Interrogation"
- played Priest in "Blind Chance"
- played Col. Kizior in "Colonel Kwiatkowski"
- played Witold in "Pornography"
- played Writer in "Night Graffiti"
- played Malina in "Palimpsest: A Hypnotic Mystery"
- played Bukowski in "Battle of Warsaw 1920"
- played Father Kleofas (Convent Prior) in "Jasminum"
- played Stefan Gorzelak in "Burial of a Potato"
- played Cardinal in "80 Million"
- played Ania's Father in "Limo Driver"
- "Hamlet in the Middle of Nowhere"
- played Henryk Ostrowski in "Operation Arsenal"
- played Tadeusz Baginski (Biznesmen, ojciec Aleksa) in "Fuks"
- played Doctor in "Devilish Education"
- played Rozwaniec in "Operacja Koza"
- played Rumcajs in "No End"
- TV series: "Kryminalni"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Polish Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor - "Jasminum" (as Father Kleofas)
- nominated to Polish Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor - "Battle of Warsaw 1920" (as Bukowski)
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