Marius Jampolskis

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Marius Jampolskis

(1978-08-18) 18 August 1978 (age 44) [1]
Occupation Actor
Years active2003–present

Marius Jampolskis is a Lithuanian actor and TV host. [2]


Film and television credits

2003 Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (TV movie)Boy With Note
2004Ratten 2 - Sie kommen wieder!Jan Bartmann
2005 Forest of the Gods SS Guard leading the Professor
2006 Khottabych Gena
2009Hot DogAdam Short film
2003 P.O.W. POW #16 Episodes
2008–present Moterys meluoja geriau Donatas

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  1. Vietoj žadėtos moters M.Jampolskį suporavo su A.Ramanausku
  2. „Žvaigždžių duetų“ finale nugalėjo mylimosios O. Kolobovaitės palaikymą užkulisiuose jautęs M. Jampolskis