Am I looking at the right guy? Fourth picture down. The guy I am looking at is wearing a brown coat and holding a gun. He;s saddled between two other guys wearing hats.
Aaargh, that isn`t Englert, but Olgierd Łukaszewicz, the main protagonist of the film. I was thinking of mentioning him here, too. Due to his physique, he used to play delicate soft men with intellectual aspirations. But in the Silesian Rising he fights hard and even seduces the German nurse. hahaha
that isn`t Englert, but Olgierd Łukaszewicz, the main protagonist of the film. I was thinking of mentioning him here, too. Due to his physique, he used to play delicate soft men
Hahaha! It is difficult to tell physique for me, just from that one picture, but obviously you know his build from other films he's been in. I was looking at his face only, and so far, he is the only one who's caught my attention. Second and third pics down he looks exceptionally good in Here's another nice pic of him:
Hahaha! It is difficult to tell physique for me, just from that one picture, but obviously you know his build from other films he's been in.
Unusual name too, never heard it before.
Yes, I know it from other films but I thought we can talk about sb`s physique without undressing that person. Just look at his delicate musculature or his neck. One can instantly recognise he is doomed to play roles of tender young men with depressing experiences. Certainly not the roles of American football players.
Olgierd? Quite rare but not very unusual. There were a few famous Olgierds in Polish culture.
So all Polish actors of slight build are doomed then?
Jan Englert doesn't look very muscular either.
Who would want a role which relies only on physique and an actor is therefore typecast?
Who do I get next then?
Yes, necks are very important for first impressions which never lie. Why did the term Redneck(s) originate at all ? Ha!
Yes, actors with slight build are doomed not to play the roles of gladiators, disco bumpers, boxers, wrestlers, leaders of Highland robbers, etc etc. This is life.
Yes, but Englert, due to his character traits, often played cheeky bastards.
Not too many actors, probably, want to be typecast but it is directors and producers who rule the film industry. A director who chooses Łukaszewicz for the role of athletic Ursus in Quo Vadis is finished. Ha!
Next is the amateur actor, ex multiple judo champion, who plays Ursus - Rafał Kubacki
He looks quite different in all those pics. Hair's looking ever so slightly on the bouffant side though I quite like him in that pic with the girl, although no idea what he's meant to be wearing, what are those 2 straps?