Dorota Kuduk was born on Oct 11, 1985 in Poland. Dorota Kuduk's big-screen debut came with Gra o tron (Audioplay) directed by Krzysztof Czeczot in 2012. Dorota Kuduk is known for The Innocents directed by Anne Fontaine, Lou de Laâge stars as Mathilde Beaulieu and Agata Buzek as Maria. The upcoming new movie Dorota Kuduk plays is Marek Edelman... And There Was Love in the Ghetto which will be released on Aug 01, 2021.
Dorota 'Kookoo' Kuduk is a Polish actress best known for her performance in the Oscar-Winning Ida (2013), and, Klezmer (2015), as well as numerous Polish theatre and television roles. Kuduk won the "Best Actress" award for her role in Klezmer at the 13th Warsaw Jewish Film Festival in Poland. Early career: Kuduk graduated from the Polish State School of Film, Television and Theatre in Lodz making her theatrical debut in 2009. She continued to study under the artistic supervision of Beata Fudalej. In 2012 she played Ophelia in Shakespeare's "Hamlet" at the STU Theatre in Krakow. She lives and works in Warsaw and Krakow.
BirthdayOct 11, 1985
Place of BirthLublin, Lubelskie, Poland
Movies & TV Shows
as Inka Blady (segment "Matka") / Connection (segment Laczniczka. Szczescie")6.7
as Watching the flat7.1
as Daenerys Targaryen