The death of the actor and theatrical was announced on the official Facebook profile of the series "M as love", in which Pyrkosz played since 2000.
A wonderful man, a great master and a great friend, went away, and with him a piece of us left ... There is a vast emptiness, an indescribable sadness and sorrow. "We thank you for every beautiful moment, and we will miss you very much and will never forget."
Witold Pyrkosz was born on December 24, 1926. He graduated from the State Higher School of Actors in Cracow. He played, among others. In "The End", "Vabank", "Janosiku", "Alternatives 4" or "Four Armor and Dog" series. He co-wrote and directed the cabaret "Dreptak". Since 2000 he played Lucjan Mostowiak on the show "M as love".
Pyrkosz also played a number of theatrical roles, including Cheerick's "Revenge" and Paweł's "Life" by Aleksander Fredro, George in "Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck and Kalaf in "Princess Turandot" by Carl Gozzi.
Laureate of many honors. He received, among others, Super Wiktor, Telekamera in the category of Best Actor in 2005 and Special Award "Golden Pin" in the Telekamery 2007. He was awarded the Golden Cross of Merit, Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta and Gold Medal of Merit of Gloria Artis.
In 2014, the actor received the Special Prize of the President of Polish Television and the Honorary Award - the statuette of the Aquarius Jury at the National Film Festival Prowincjonalia.
Born: 12/24/1926, Krasnystaw, Lubelskie, Poland
Died: 4/22/2017, Warsaw, Ploand
Witold Pyrkosz’s western – actor:
Alaska Kid (TV) – 1991 (Andy Carson)