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Maja Wampuszyc Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Maja Wampuszyc is an American actress of stage and screen living in New York City. She was born and raised in metropolitan Detroit.Wampuszyc made her Broadway debut as Ida Haller in 2009 in Irena's Vow at the Walter Kerr Theater. Her Off-Broadway credits include Geraldine Connelly in Paul Green's The House of Connelly at the ReGroup Theatre, the first person to play that role since Stella Adler in 1931; Ida Haller in Irena's Vow; Marina Petrova in James Armstrong's Foggy Bottom at The Abingdon Theater Company; and appearances at The Pearl Theatre Company. She also played a radio host in Zhu Yi's I am the Moon (partially based on the story of the Japanese pornographic star Ai Iijima), as part of the 2013 17th annual New York International Fringe Festival. Other New York City theater credits include: a Father in The Obie Award winning play An Oak Tree by and with Tim Crouch at the Barrow Street Theatre (other fathers included F. Murray Abraham, Joan Allen, and Frances McDormand) and Rewriting Her Life, by Barbara Masry, directed by Tony Award winner Trazana Beverley. She has had runs at HB Playwrights Foundation, MCC, Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Museum, Theater for the New City, NYDIA and the Looking Glass Theater. She has also performed regionally. During the fall of 2014 she ia co-starring in a five person ensemble in a revival of Mark Ravenhill's "Pool (no water)" Off-Broadway, once again at the Barrow Street Theater.Wampuszyc's film credits include Mike Newell's Mona Lisa Smile (2003) and Henry Jaglom's Going Shopping (2006). In James Gray's 2013 film The Immigrant she plays Edyta, Ewa Cybulska's aunt, opposite Marion Cotillard. Wampuszyc was called upon by the feature's director, James Gray to advise upon her Oscar winning cast-mate's handling of the linguistic challenges presented in taking on her titular ethnic Polish role in the movie. Later Gray told Variety about Wampuszyc's summation of Cotillard's enunciation that she (Wampuszyc) said...‘Well, it’s excellent, but it has a very German inflection ”...
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|The Knick||2014||TV Series||Mrs. Zygmund|
|The Immigrant||2013||Edyta Bistricky|
|Going Shopping||2005||Shopper (as Maja Alexander)|
|Mona Lisa Smile||2003||Art History Student (as Maja Walpvszyl)|
|The Nostril Picker||1993||TV reporter (as Maria Wampuszyc)|