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Polish born Joanna Kanska
(1959) is an actress, who has starred in films, television programmes, theatre and radio, predominantly in her adopted homeland of England. She moved from Poland in 1981
Kanska's best known roles on television were as a Polish academic, Greta Gretowska, in the second series of the BBC's A Very Peculiar Practice
A Very Peculiar Practice is a BBC comedy-drama series, which ran for two series in 1986 and 1988. It was the first major success for screenwriter Andrew Davies, and was inspired by his experiences as a lecturer at the University of Warwick.- Storyline :...
(1988) (and a sequel, A Very Polish Practice
in 1992), as Sirkka Nieminen in Capital City
(1990) and as KGB
The KGB was the commonly used acronym for the . It was the national security agency of the Soviet Union from 1954 until 1991, and was the premier internal security, intelligence, and secret police organization during that time.The State Security Agency of the Republic of Belarus currently uses the...
Major Nina Grishna in the BBC's mini-series Sleepers
Sleepers is a 1991 comedy-drama produced by Cinema Verity for the BBC, set around the period of Glasnost in the Soviet Union.-Plot summary:...
Kanska was married for five years to a Polish artist Kaz Kanski, whom she met in London in 1984. She has a son named Christopher
from a subsequent relationship.