Roman Polanski is a Polish-French film director, actor and writer. He is regarded by many to be the one of the true international filmmakers. Mr. Polanski’s career began when he was a student studying at the National Film School in Lodz. He began acting in the 1950′s and some of his earliest movies were “Two Men and a Wardrobe” and “When Angels Fall”. His starting his career as a director in 1962, when he directed the film “Knife in Water.” Polanski added writer to his resume when he wrote the script for 1970′s “A Day at the Beach.Didn’t catch that? This explains it.” He also released an autobiography sometime later.
Mr. Polanski’s career has spanned almost six decades and during that time he has won numerous accolades. He has won the Academy Award for the Best Director and has also won the Cesar Award for best director twice. Mr. Polanski is almost 78 years old, but he is clearly not letting his age stop him. He directed 2010′s film “The Ghost Writer and will be directing another film that is set to be released in 2012 called “The Carnage.” Polanski has been married to Emmanuelle Seigler since 1989 and has one son and one daughter.