Theatre and film actress. Born in Warsaw, graduate of the National Higher Theatre School in Warsaw. She made her debut at the National Theatre when Adam Hanuszkiewicz was its director. She played in the films of Barbara Sass (“Without Love”), Krzysztof Zanussi (“Constancy”), Janusz Zaorski (“Childish Questions”), Andrzej Wajda (“Danton”). She often worked with the Television Theatre where she was cast by Barbara Borys-Damięcka, Janusz Zaorski, Zygmunt Hübner, Andrzej Łapicki, Maciej Wojtyszko, Juliusz Machul- ski. In 1981 she left for the USA, where she played under the name Margaret Sophie Stein in the films of Paul Mazursky (“Enemies. A Love Story”), Woody Allen (“Bullets Over Broadway”), Glenn Jordan (“Sarah, Plain and Tall”). She co-starred with Glenn Close, Anjelica Huston, Ron Silver, John Cusack and Christopher Walken. At the Walter Kerr Theater in Broadway she played with Frank Langella in Coward’s “Present Laughter”. In 1999 she returned to Poland. She co-operates with theatres in Warsaw: Polonia, Bajka, Na Woli, Buffo. She played, among others, in the films of Janusz Kuba Morgenstern (“The Yellow Scarf”), Jerzy Stuhr (“Tomorrow’s Wea-ther”), Leszek Dawid (“You Are God”). She’s currently working on the film “Noc Walpurgi” directed by Marcin Bortkiewicz. She plays in TV series “The Zlotopolski”, “Na dobre i na złe”, “Tak czy nie”, “Na krawędzi”. She taught at the State Theatre Academy in Warsaw and Theatre Study at Teatr Żydowski. Within the framework of the 2013 summer workshops she directed “Impresje” at Teatr Wielki. She co-operates with Teatr Polskiego Radia.