Karolina Porcari is a half Italian, half Polish movie, TV and theatre actress. She graduated in acting at Ludwik Solski State Drama School in Cracow and movie directing course "Studio prób" in Wajda School in Warsaw. She speaks more than two languages (including English, basic German and Spanish).
Her first professional appearance on screen was in 2006 in Italian feature film "Come l’ombra" directed by Marina Spada (Festival del Cinema di Venezia). Karolina Porcari has gained acting experience by creating many movie roles in the Polish and international productions, amongst them: "Ether" directed by Krzysztof Zanussi (Festival del Cinema di Roma 2018); "Meine Bruder heist Robert und is ein idiot" directed by Philip Groening (Berlinale 2018); "Krew Boga" directed by Bartek Konopka (Polish Film Festival in Gdynia 2019); "7uczuć" directed by Marek Koterski (Polish Film Festival in Gdynia 2018); "The father" directed by Artur Urbański; "Zero" directed by David Barrouck; "Rose" directed by Wojciech Smarzowski (Polish Film Festival in Gdynia 2011). She has been playing one of the leading roles on the Canal+ TV series "Mały zgon" directed by Julius Machulski.
For many years she has been cooperating with The Great Theatre in Warsaw – National Opera, Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw and Wroclaw’s Polish Theatre.
In 2017 Karolina debuted as an director in a theatre play "Bad mother" ("La cattiva madre") – awarded at Top OFF Festival Tychy 2018, and in 2018 as a short feature film director with "Peccatrice" ("Me, a Sinner Girl"), awarded at many festivals (RIFF 2018; Global India Film Fest 2019; Indie Cyprus Film Fest 2019; Messina Film Fest 2019).