Marek Probosz

A Polish-American actor, director, screenwriter, author, and producer, with more than 60 film

roles to his credit. Many of his movies have won awards at prestigious film festivals such as

Cannes, Berlin, San Sebastian, Moscow, Karlovy Vary, Los Angeles, and Houston. Probosz

emigrated to the US at the height of his career in Europe, invited by The American

Cinematheque in Los Angeles in 1987 as the “Idol of his generation.” Since then, he has worked

in Hollywood with the elite of American filmmakers, Oscars nominees, and Oscar winners.

His film and television career includes roles in Polish, Czech, German, French, Italian, and

American productions and co-productions. He’s made guest appearances on the popular TV

series CBS’s Scorpion, ABC’s Scandal, CBS’s Numbers, NBC’s JAG, and USA’s MONK.

Probosz received excellent reviews in The New York Times, Hollywood Reporter and Variety for

playing the legend of cinema, Roman Polański, in the movie Helter Skelter produced by Warner

Bros TV (2004). He’s made his U.S. feature debut with Y.M.I, an unflinching portrait of the dark

forces lurking in the lives of teenagers, which he wrote, directed, produced and starred in. The

film won the Audience Choice ABBOT Award at The Other Venice Film Festival, Los Angeles