Elisabeth Duda is a Franco-Polish actress, first foreign graduate of the National School of Cinema and Theater in Lodz, Poland. She graduates from her class with honors. She also has received the prize for Best Actress in Poland for her outstanding role in "Cours sans retourner" de Pepe Danquart. She has also won the Best Supporting Actress Award at the 44th Kalisz Theater Festival and the 22nd Theater School Festival in Poland.
Journalist and columnist of several Polish television shows, writer of three books, translator of plays, she received the prize of the Senate of the French Presence abroad. She has appeared in numerous films, fictions, series, short films and docu-fiction, interpreting among others Cosima Wagner or Marie Curie. It is often heard in the Polish Radio Theater.
Critics were very enthusiastic about his performance in Goethe's "Iphigénie en Tauride" at the Théâtre de Ménilmontant in Paris, and then at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh.
Today, Elisabeth lives and works in Paris, Warsaw and New York. She speaks 5 languages.