Who Is Łukasz Witt-Michałowski? Meet Anna-Maria Sieklucka Boyfriend
Anna-Maria Sieklucka is an actress who is presently dating her boyfriend, Łukasz Witt-Michałowski, a Polish theatrical director, actor, and theater director.
Anna-Maria Sieklucka had an appearance in one episode of the Polish television series Na Dobre I na złe, which is centered on the lives of paramedics and hospital personnel in October 2019.
Sieklucka made her cinematic debut in the sexual drama film 365 Days (2020) and its sequel as Laura Biel, alongside Michele Morrone. Sieklucka characterized filming as tricky, and after reading the screenplay, she was apprehensive about taking the job.
Who Is Anna-Maria Sieklucka Boyfriend Michałowski?
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Łukasz Witt-Michałowski, Anna-Maria Sieklucka’s lover, is a Polish theater director, Theater and film actor, and the creator and director of the Lublin InVitro Stage.
Łukasz graduated from the Krakow PWST’s Acting Department in 1998, and the Hessische Theaterakademie’s Department of Theater Directing in Frankfurt am Main in 2004. In Germany, Michałowski directed Mroek, Villguist, and Gombrowicz, among others.
Michałowski performed “Tangen,” a performance based on Knut Hamsun’s “Hunger,” at the Witkacy Theater in Zakopane in 2005, and “The Desert,” by Tankred Dorst, at the Polski Theater in Wroclaw the following year.
For the performance “Stones in Pocket,” which he staged in 2006, Łukasz got the Audience Grand Prix at the Kontrapunkt Festival in Szczecin and the Audience Angel at the 2nd Spring Theater Festival in Bielsko-Biaa.
Łukasz was awarded the Minister of Justice’s Golden Badge for excellence in correctional labor in 2009 for the project “Pod cel” Theater, in which Łukasz presented the play “Lizystrata.”
Lukasz Witt-Michałowski Net Worth Details
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The net worth of Lukasz Witt-Michalowski is believed to be approximately $500,000. On the other hand, Lukasz’s actual net worth has yet to be published.
Most Lukasz’s income comes from his work as a professional director and actor. Michalowski received the Mayor of Lublin Award for Culture Promotion in 2009 and 2010
In 2010, Michalowski directed “Knut Hamsun’s Hunger” at Lublin’s Central Theater, as well as Albert Sumak’s “Happy Death” as part of the InVitro Premiere Scene and Artur Payga’s “Battle for Nangar Khel” at Bielsko-Polish Biaa’s Theater.
Lukasz produced the play “Liza” in 2013 (with Mariusz Bonaszewski and Matylda Damicka, among others), which qualified for the Theater Institute’s Polish Theater program in 2014.
For the performance of the production “Pogrom next Tuesday,” based on the novel by Marcin Wronski, Lukasz earned the Artistic Award of the President of the City of Lublin, Krzysztofuk, in 2018.