Biography

Artur Andrus (born Sanok, Poland, December 27, 1971) is a Polish journalist, poet, lyric-writer, singer, cabaret compere and cabaret performer.

Since 1994 he has worked on Programme III (commonly known as “Trójka”) of Polish public broadcaster, Polskie Radio - most notably as a host of „Powtórka z rozrywki” show (which roughly translates to Entartain me again). He acts as a compere in Warsaw’s cabaret „Piwnica pod Harendą” and Łódź’s „Przechowalnia” as well as on other cabaret meetings and shows. He is known as a vivid promoter of many young cabaret troupes and other cabaret-like phenomenons. Together with Andrzej Poniedzielski he wrote dialogs for a TV series “Sprawa na dziś” (2003) and was a member of its supporting cast.

Since 2005 he has been a recurring guest of a satirist show “Szkło kontaktowe” (eng. Contact Lens) aired by TVN24.

based on: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artur_Andrus

Edited by magnidude on 31 May 2012, 17:34

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