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Janusz Gajos (born September 23, 1939 in D─?browa G├│rnicza in Poland) is a Polish actor.
He graduated in 1965 from the Polish Film and Theater Academy in ┼?├│d┼║.
He debuted in 1964 (while still in film school) in a film for young audiences called "Panienka z okienka." Shortly afterwards he was cast in a role of Janek Kos in a widely popular TV WWII series "Czterej pancerni i pies" (Four tank men and a dog). A popular Polish actor, he starred in numerous other films and theatrical plays, notably in Krzysztof Kie┼?lowski's Three Colors: White.
- Hamlet (2004/II) (TV) as Claudius
- Zemsta (2002) aka The Revenge as Czesnik Raptusiewicz
- Chopin. Pragnienie mi┼?o┼?ci (2002) aka Chopin: Desire for Love as Duke Konstanty Pawlowicz
- Tam i z powrotem (2002) aka There and Back as Andrzej Hoffman
- Przedwio┼?nie (2001) aka The Spring to Come as Seweryn Baryka
- Weiser (film) (2001) as Antiquarian
- ┼╗├│┼?ty szalik (2000) (TV)
- To ja, z┼?odziej (2000) aka It's Me, the Thief as Roman Wyskocz
- Ostatnia misja (2000) aka The Last Mission as Police Inspector
- Egzekutor (1999) as Kowalik
- Fuks (1999) as Policeman
- Szcz─?┼?liwego Nowego Jorku (1997) aka Happy New York as Professor
- Czas zdrady (1997) as Messer Niccolo
- Pozna┼? 56 (1996) as Professor
- Akwarium (1996)
- ┼?agodna (1995) aka A Gentle Woman as He
- ┼?mier─? jak kromka chleba (1994) aka Death as a Slice of Bread as Miodek
- Trzy kolory: Bia┼?y (1994) aka Three Colors: White as Mikolaj
- Straszny sen Dzidziusia G├│rkiewicza (1993) aka The Terrible Dream of Babyface Gorkiewicz
- Szwadron (1993) aka Squadron
- Coupable d'innocence (1992) aka When Reason Sleeps
- Psy (1992) aka Pigs as Gross
- Ucieczka z kina 'Wolno┼?─?' (1991) aka Escape From the 'Liberty' Cinema as Cenzor
- Stan wewn─?trzny (1990) aka Inner State
- Dekalog (1989) aka The Decalogue (mini) TV Series as Michal
- Pi┼?karski poker (1989) aka Soccer Poker as Referee Jan Laguna
- Dekalog, cztery (1988) (TV) aka Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother as Michal
- Big Bang (1986) (TV) as Janek
- Hamlet we wsi G┼?ucha Dolna (1985) (TV)
- Rok spokojnego s┼?o┼?ca (1984) aka The Year of the Quiet Sun as Moonlighter
- Wedle wyrok├│w twoich (1984) aka After Your Decrees as Driver
- Alternatywy 4 (1983) TV Series as Jan Winnicki
- Gwiezdny py┼? (1982)
- Limuzyna Daimler-Benz (1982) aka The Consul as Kuschmerek
- Nieciekawa historia (1982) aka Uninteresting Story
- Przes┼?uchanie (1982) aka Interrogation as Major Zawada "Kapielowy"
- Z dalekiego kraju (1981) aka From a Far Country: Pope John Paul II
- Cz┼?owiek z ┼╝elaza (1981) aka Man of Iron as Committee Vice-Chairman
- Wahade┼?ko (1981) aka Shilly-Shally
- Wojna ┼?wiat├│w - nast─?pne stulecie (1981) aka The War of the World: Next Century
- Dyrygent (1980) aka Orchestra Conductor as High Official
- Kontrakt (1980) aka The Contract as Boleslaw Bartoszuk
- Kung-Fu (1979) as Editor-in-Chief Maciek
- Co mi zrobisz jak mnie z┼?apiesz (1978) aka What Will You Do When You Catch Me? as Supermarket Manager
- Milioner (1978) aka Millionaire as J├│zef Mikula
- Mg┼?a (1976) aka The Fog
- Wakacje z duchami (1970) TV Series as Antoniusz
- Bicz bo┼╝y (1967) aka God's Whip as Klen
- Stajnia na Salwatorze (1967) aka Stall on Salvador
- Bariera (1966) aka Barrier (uncredited) as Tram Driver with Letter "E"
- Czterej pancerni i pies (1966) TV Series as Pvt./Cpl./Sgt./Lt. Jan Kos
- Szyfry (1966) aka The Codes as White monk
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