Kasia Smutniak

Actress Kasia Smutniak is most known to English-speaking audiences for her performance as Caroline, the femme fatale who double-crosses CIA operative James Reese (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) in cinematographer-turned-director ... Read more »
Born: 08/12/1979

Filmography

Actor (14)

Maraviglioso Boccaccio 2015 (Movie)

Ghismunda (Actor)

Allacciate le cinture 2014 (Movie)

Elena (Actor)

Goal! 3 2014 (Movie)

Sophia Rossi (Actor)

Im Jahr des Hundes 2014 (Movie)

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The Fourth State 2012 (Movie)

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From Paris With Love 2010 (Movie)

Caroline (Actor)

Barbarossa 2009 (Movie)

Eleonora (Actor)

La passione 2009 (Movie)

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Quiet Chaos 2009 (Movie)

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Tutta colpa di Giuda 2009 (Movie)

Irena (Actor)

Carnera: The Walking Mountain 2008 (Movie)

Emilia Tersini (Actor)

In Your Hands 2008 (Movie)

Croatian Mavi (Actor)

Radio West 2004 (Movie)

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Al momento giusto 2000 (Movie)

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Biography

Actress Kasia Smutniak is most known to English-speaking audiences for her performance as Caroline, the femme fatale who double-crosses CIA operative James Reese (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) in cinematographer-turned-director Pierre Morel's 2011 spy thriller, "From Paris With Love". Fans of international cinema will recognize her as the flirtatious dog-walker Jolanda in 2008's critically acclaimed Sandro Veronesi adaptation "Quiet Chaos". Though Smutniak is a native of Poland, she has worked primarily in the Italian film industry. The former model, who has appeared in high-profile commercials for Telecom Italia Mobile and Giorgio Armani, landed her first serious acting gig in 2000 when she played a lovestruck broadcast journalist in Giorgio Panariello's light comedy "At the Right Moment". Eight years later, she delivered her Italian Golden Globe-winning performance as troubled Croatian émigré and love-interest Mavi in Peter Del Monte's 2008 dark romance, "Nelle Tue Mani". Smutniak's father is a general in the Polish Air Force. She grew up with a love of planes and is a licensed pilot. In 2010, her partner and the father of her child, Italian reality-television contestant Pietro Taricone, died from complications after his parachute failed to open in a timely manner during what should have been a routine skydive.

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