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    Hollywood stars of Polish descent: Dagmara Dominczyk 

    Dagmara Dominczyk is an actress, director, and author who has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry. She has appeared in many films, television shows, and has directed several short films. An actress of Polish descent also wrote a novel, “The Lullaby of Polish Girls,” which was published in 2009.

    Dagmara Dominczyk: ‘Polish Girl’ from Kielce

    Dagmara Dominczyk, the acclaimed American actress, is of Polish descent. Born in Kielce, Poland, Dominczyk immigrated to the United States with her family when she was seven years old. Dominczyk’s parents were both born in Poland and her father had become a political target due to his involvement in Amnesty International and the Solidarity movement. 

    In addition to acting, Dominczyk has also written and directed a number of short films, including “The Lullaby of Polish Girls,” which won the Audience Award at the Warsaw International Film Festival in 2008. She has also written and directed the feature film “Czas Honoru” and the short “The Girl in the Mirror,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2010.

    Polish-American actress shares her story 

    Dominczyk has also written a novel, “The Lullaby of Polish Girls,” which was published in 2009. The novel tells the story of four generations of Polish women and their struggles with tradition, family, and love. The book was critically acclaimed and was a finalist for the National Book Award.

    Dominczyk’s Polish descent has been an important part of her life, and her work continues to reflect her heritage. Through her work, Dominczyk has shared her Polish roots with the world. She has also helped to bring attention to the rich culture of her native country.

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