‘All My Friends Are Dead’ Full Cast List: Meet Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz, Michal Meyer and rest of the actors from Netflix’s Polish thriller
Directed and written by Jan Belcl, the movie is slated for release on February 3
Netflix’s upcoming Polish thriller movie ‘All My Friends Are Dead’, whose original title is ‘Wszyscy moi przyjaciele nie zyja’, follows a group of friends who get entangled in a series of events that occur during a New Year’s Eve party. Directed and written by Jan Belcl, the movie is slated to release on Netflix on February 3.
If you are looking forward to watching ‘All My Friends Are Dead’, meet the cast members Julia Wieniawa-Markiewicz, Michal Meyer and Adam Woronowicz, ahead of its premiere.
Julia Wieniawa-Narkiewicz is playing the role of Anastazja in the Netflix movie. She was born in Warsaw, Poland, in 1998. She was last seen in Netflix’s other Polish thriller ‘The Hater’. Julia’s film credits include ‘Women of Mafia’, ‘Kobiety mafii’ and ‘Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight’. She has over 1.9 million followers on Instagram and her bio states that she is also the co-founder of Jusee Cosmetics. She often shares pictures of her films, travel and fitness regime on her personal handle.
Michal Meyer will be seen in the role of Aspirant Grzegorz Dabrowski in ‘All My Friends Are Dead’. He was born in Warsaw in 1985. He’s an actor and producer who is known for working in Amok. He has also featured in the 2008 film ‘M jak milosc’. Meyer is also a dubbing artist who has given voice to The Swedish Chef and Dr Bunsen Honeydew in the 2011 movie ‘The Muppets’. He has played the role of a student in ‘Marie Curie’ biopic from 2016. Meyer has over 55,000 followers on Instagram.
Polish actor Adam Woronowicz is essaying inspector Kwasniewski in ‘All My Friends Are Dead’. He was born in 1973 in Podlaskie, Poland. He has served as an actor and producer in many Polish movies. His known work includes ‘The Christening’, 'Cold War’ and ‘The Reverse’. He has appeared in more than 90 films since 1995. Woronowicz won the Polish Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for ‘The Christening’. His other notable role is as Gather Jerzy Popiełuszko in the film Popieluszko: Freedom Is Within Us directed by Rafał Wieczyński.