Krzysztof Rogacewicz

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Krzysztof Rogacewicz was born on 9 May, 1964 in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. Discover Krzysztof Rogacewicz’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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Age56 years old
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born9 May 1964
Birthday9 May
BirthplaceGorzów Wielkopolski, Poland

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His wife is Bogumiła Twardowska-Rogacewicz

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Krzysztof Rogacewicz Net Worth

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Timeline of Krzysztof Rogacewicz


In November 2016 Rogacewicz took part in New York United Solo Festival at Theatre Row in New York City, the world’s largest solo theatre festival. He performed “Bassist” in New York and won the Award for the Best International Show.


In 2015 as part of the jubilee of the 20th anniversary of Mask Theatre he took part in the preparation of Der Kontrabaß (Bassist). The manuscript of the play was written by Patrick Süskind. The performance was directed by Krzysztof Pulkowski. The monologue was played by Krzysztof Rogacewicz. The scenography was prepared by Bogumiła Twardowska-Rogacewicz.


In 2012 he published (together with Paweł Sikora) 14 Polish song sonnets of William Shakespeare – Shakespeare. SONETY of rogacewicz & sikora. Rogacewicz and Sikora wrote the music. The album was prepared in a studio in Jelenia Góra. The recording was done by: Krzysztof Rogacewicz (guitar, vocal), Paweł Sikora (keyboards instruments), Marek Mikulski (guitar), Maksymilian Rogacewicz (bassoon). The album cover was designed by Bogumiła Twardowska – Rogacewicz.


He is also a film actor, known for 1 (2009), The Collector (2005) and Dendrologium (2013).


Between 2005 and 2015 he was a member of Kabaret Paka.


Krzysztof Rogacewicz studied acting in Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Wrocław, the Department of Puppets. He graduated in 1991. He debuted on 26 September 1992 at Animation Theatre in Jelenia Góra (in the play “The Lucky Butterfly” written by Irena Jurgielewiczowa, adapted by Krzysztof Arciszewski).

Rogacewicz later played in the Animation Theatre (1992–1995) in Jelenia Góra.


Krzysztof Rogacewicz was born in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland, in the family of Zofia and Stanisław Rogacewicz. He has a sister, Elżbieta Patuła. In 1989 he married Bogumiła Twardowska, a painter and a graphic designer. Their son, Maksymilian Rogacewicz, a musician, was born in 1990.


Krzysztof Rogacewicz (born 9 May 1964 in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland) is a Polish theatre and film actor and singer.


He recorded (together with Paweł Sikora) an album to the play “Pastorałki” (Christmas carol). The monodrama was presented in Poland and abroad, including England, Scotland and Wales. The music was written by Paweł Sikora. In the recording Maksymilian Rogacewicz took part playing the bassoon (Music Academy in Bydgoszcz). Eleven songs were included in the album. Pastorałki (Christmas carol) was originally written in 1925 by Tytus Czyżewski. The album cover was designed by Bogumiła Twardowska – Rogacewicz.