Born in Warsaw on September 15, 1990.
She took her first steps in acting during her teenage years. At the age of 14, the Studio Buffo became Kamila’s second home where she played Różalina in the “Romeo and Juliet” musical. She also appeared there in “Metro” and “Miss Tutla Putli”. In the following years, Kamila was cast as Peggy in “Trema” and as Anielka in “How Do You Like It – Shakespeare In The Park” – both staged by the Teatr Komedia.
In addition to her stage roles, Kamila has found her way to the big screen. She first appeared as Joanna in the feature film “Klub Włóczykijów” directed by Tomasz Szafrański. She was also cast in the adventure movie “Władcy Przygód”, where performing stunts was for her a dream come true.
Fans of television dramas could see her in “Echo Serca”, “Druga Szansa”, “Na dobre i na złe” and in “O mnie się nie martw.”
Privately, Kamila is a passionate traveller who skilfully combines her travels with professional life. She went on a solo trip to the US to the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival (recognized as one of the best short-film festivals in the US) where the short “Breathe”, directed by Youssef Ouarrak, in which Kamila played the main female lead, won the GRAND PRIZE BEST EDITING award (2015). During the same trip, Kamila attended workshops at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York and had a chance to immerse herself in the Big Apple’s vibrant culture.