Krzysztof Kolberger is a Actor Polonais born on 13 august 1950 at Gdańsk (Pologne)
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Nationality PologneBirth 13 august 1950
at Gdańsk (Pologne
)Death 7 january 2011
(at 60 years) at Warsaw (Pologne
Medal for Merit to Culture
Krzysztof Marek Kolberger (August 13, 1950 – January 7, 2011) was a Polish actor and theatre director. His father's surname was changed in the 1950s, it was originally Kohlberger. He is the father of actress Julia Kolberger, his daughter with ex-wife Anna Romantowska.
Krzysztof Kolberger studied at Warsaw Academy of Dramatic Arts (PWST) and graduated in 1972. He débuted at the Theatre of Silesia. After a period involved in the Upper Silesian National Theatre in Warsaw (Teatr Narodowy w Warszawie), where he starred in such plays as Dziady (Forefathers' Eve), Wacława dzieje (The History of Wenceslas) and Wesele (The Wedding).
He directed a version of Krakowiacy i górale at the Wroclaw Opera House, (which then became known as the Teatr Wielki w Poznaniu or 'Grand Theatre in Poznan'), Nędza uszczęśliwiona (The Happy Misery) (also at the Grand Theatre in Poznan), "Żołnierz królowej Madagaskaru (Soldier's Queen of Madagascar) (at the Szczecin Opera) and Królewna Śnieżka i siedmiu krasnoludków (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs).
In his opinion, one of the most important tasks in his acting career was entrusted to him by TVN Television to read a testamentary Pope John Paul II at the time of mourning after his death in April 2005. He also starred as the narrator and soloist alongside Krystyna Tkacz, Beata Rybotycka and Krzysztof Gosztyła in Msza Polskiej (Polish Mass).
He was one of the heroes of the book Odnaleźć dobro (Finding the Good) (by author Marzanna Graff-Oszczepalińska) in which he told in the form of a memoir about his personal encounter with the true good which is present in man. He was known from the roles in Romeo and Juliet, Epitafium dla Barbary Radziwiłłówny (Epitaph for Barbara Radziwiłłówna), Kornblumenblau and Najdłuższa wojna nowoczesnej Europy (The Longest War of Modern Europe).