Alicja Bachleda-Curuś is a Polish entertainer, artist, and voice entertainer. She has been projected in an assortment of onscreen initiatives which incorporate Vis a vis, The Gateway of Europe, Ondine, Pan Tadeusz, Syzyfowe prace, Herz über Kopf, Das Blut der Templer, Summer season Storm, Comme des voleurs (à l’est), Edge, Commerce, Der geköpfte Hahn, Friendship!, The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683, Polaris, The Girl Is in a tricky state of affairs, Na dobre I na zle, Breathe, The American Aspect, Lokatorzy, Pitbull: Highly effective Women, Sperling, and 7 rzeczy, których nie wiecie o facetach. In addition to, she has accomplished voiceover work for laptop video video games like Wolfenstein: The New Order, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.
She grow to be a noteworthy resident of city of Tampico in Mexico on Would possibly 12, 2008.
She likes to do herown strategies. As a matter of reality, she carried out out an particularly extreme and harmful leap throughout the last affiliation of the 2007 film Commerce on their very own.
|Prime||5 ft 6.25 in|
|Date of Starting||Would possibly 12, 1983|
Alicja was solely 15 years of age when she was pursued her introduction film.
In 2004, she took a shot on the German film by exhibiting up throughout the satire dramatization film, Sommersturm (Summer season Storm in English).
Shut by F. Murray Abraham, Enrico Lo Verso, Andrea Iaia, and Jerzy Skolimowski, she co-featured as Eleanor of Austria, Queen of Poland (Polish: Eleonora Habsburżanka) throughout the 2012 English-language Polish and Italian verifiable current film The Day of the Siege: September Eleven 1683.
She confirmed up as a frantic girl named Signe throughout the 2015 American thrill journey film The Girl Is in a tricky state of affairs. Her co-stars for the enterprise included Columbus Transient, Wilmer Valderrama, and Jesse Spencer.
She rejuvenated the character of Nikki Meeker throughout the 2016 secret film The American Aspect.
In 2016, she carried out the character of a mentally damaged battle picture taker named Baran throughout the multi-social side film Polaris.