Tomasz Michał Dedek
|Born||20 September 1957|
Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland
|Years active||1979 – present|
Tomasz Michał Dedek (born 20 September 1957 in Rawa Mazowiecka) is a Polish film and theatre actor.
In 1979 he starred in the film Godzina "W" and gained great notoriety by playing the role of a shooter named "Eagle" (pol. Orzeł). In 1981 he graduated from the Acting Department of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. In the same year he became an actor in the Ateneum Theatre in Warsaw. He also became well known for playing Jędrula Kossoń, Alutka's husband, in Rodzina zastępcza . Dedek currently stars on screen in films and TV series.
On 4 November 2007 Dedek publicly announced his admission to being a secret collaborator of the Służba Bezpieczeństwa (a communist internal security service during the time of the Polish People's Republic) with the nickname "Papkin". Between 1977–1979, he reported on (amongst others) Jerzy Gudejko, Maciej Rayzacher, Krzysztof Kolberger and Piotr Grabowski. He also admitted to accepting money from the SB in exchange for information. His collaboration with the SB formally ended in 1979.
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