He was born on 4th June, 1991, in Bydgoszcz. He is a theatre and film actor.
In 2015, he graduated from the Acting Department of the Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw. A year later, in 2016, he started performing at the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw, where he has continued to perform until present day. In 2014, when he was still studying, he won the Grand Prix for ‘an outstanding stage presence’ in the stage play ‘Ecce Homo!!!’ directed by Krzysztof Majchrzak, and in the play ‘Szkice z Dostojewskiego’ directed by Maja Komorowska, at the 32nd edition of the Festival of Theatre Schools in Łódź.
Julian Świeżewski is also known for his film roles. You can see him in the drama ‘Wołyń / Hatred’ (2016) directed by Wojtek Smarzowskim, in ‘Po prostu przyjaźń / Re-friending’ (2016) directed by Filip Zylber, or in ‘Kochaj’ (2016) directed by Marta Plucińska. In 2017, he played the main character of Franek Gruda in the film ‘Zgoda / The Reconciliation’ directed by Maciej Sobieszczański, for which he was nominated for the Zbigniew Cybulski Award. In 2018, Julian Świeżewski played alongside Roma Gąsiorowska and Paulina Walendziak in the film ‘Plan B’ directed by Kinga Dębska. Then, he partnered up with Magdalena Czerwińska in the film ‘Nina’ (2018) directed by Olga Chajdas, and in ‘53 wojny / 53 Wars’ (2018) directed by Ewa Bukowska. Seizing the momentum, he was cast in the film ‘Sweat’ (2020) directed by Magnus von Horn, in ‘Ostatni Komers / Love Tasting’ (2020) directed by Dawid Nickiel, in ‘25 lat niewinności. Sprawa Tomka Komendy / 25 Years of Innocence. The Case of Tomek Komenda’ (2020) directed by Jan Holoubek, and in the short film ‘Mocno’ (2021) directed by Kasia Adamik as part of the series ‘Erotica 2022’.
Julian Świeżewski’s professional portfolio also features many roles in television productions. You can see him in such television productions as ‘Czas honoru. Powstanie’ (2014), ‘Singielka’ (in the years 2015-2016), ‘Nielegalni’ (2018), or in ‘Rojst’97’ (2021).