Weronika Anna Rosati is a Polish actress. She started acting in 2000 and was first recognized for playing Ania in the Polish soap opera M jak miłość. She appeared in a number of other Polish dramas, before securing her first film role in Patryk Vega's 2005 action film Pitbull, which became a hit in Poland. Critically acclaimed movies include Obława, which earned her Polish Film Award nominations for Best Actress and Never Gonna Snow Again. Rosati began her international career with an underrated minor role in David Lynch's 2006 film Inland Empire. Since then, she has played several minor roles in English-speaking films, including Largo Winch II, Bullet to the Head, The Iceman, and USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage, and has appeared on television. She had a recurring role in the original 2012 HBO Luck TV series
|Born||Weronika Anna Rosati, January 9, 1984, Warsaw, Poland|
|Alma mater||Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute|
|Parent(s)||Dariusz Rosati, Teresa Rosati|
|IMDb||Weronika Rosati's IMDb|
Polish actress who was nominated for a Polish Academy Award for her performance in the 2012 film Oblawa.
She made her television debut in 2000 in the Polish series Klasa na obcasach.
She was once romantically involved with Polish filmmaker and writer Andrzej Żuławski. She then dated Piotr Adamczyk until 2015.
She was born to a fashion designer and an economics professor, and she spent her childhood in Switzerland and the United States.
She appeared alongside Josh Holloway in the 2013 film Battle of the Year.
- Warsaw actresses
- Polish actresses
- Poles emigrated to the United States
Latest information about Weronika Rosati updated on June 17 2021.