Zbigniew Cybulski

Birthday: Nov 3, 1927
Birthplace: Not Available
During his brief film career, Zbigniew Cybulski was known as "The Polish James Dean" because he--with his dark glasses and angry demeanor--symbolized the feelings of young Poles trying to deal with their tumultuous post-WW II world. Cybulski made his film debut alongside Roman Polanski in Wajda's A Generation in 1954. Soon afterward, Cybulski became one of Poland's most popular, versatile stars until his accidental death aboard a train in 1967. The following year, Wajda made Everything for Sale as a highly fictionalized tribute to Cybulski.

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93% The Saragossa Manuscript Capt. Alfons van Worden 1999
No Score Yet Do widzenia, do jutra (Goodbye Till Tomorrow, See You Tomorrow) Actor Screenwriter 1967
No Score Yet Szyfry Actor 1966
No Score Yet Salto (Jump) Kowalski/Malinowski 1965
No Score Yet Giuseppe in Warsaw Staszek 1964
No Score Yet Jak byc kochana Wiktor 1963
No Score Yet La poupée (The Doll) the Rebel Col. Prado Roth 1962
No Score Yet Love at Twenty Zbyszek 1962
No Score Yet Innocent Sorcerers (Niewinni Czarodzieje) Actor 1960
No Score Yet Pociag (Baltic Express) (Night Train) Stachek 1959
No Score Yet Krzyz Walecznych (Cross of Valor) Actor 1959
95% Popiól i diament (Ashes and Diamonds) Maciek 1958
No Score Yet Pokolenie (A Generation) Actor 1955


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