Karolina Borkowska. She used to act in series, now runs her own company

Although Karolina Borkowska has avoided the flashes for years, on November 20 she appeared at the premiere of the #Silnakobieta Challenge 2022 charity calendar. in 2019, together with her husband Paweł Bylicki, she participated in the Journalists’ Charity Ball.

Karolina Borkowska, or Agnieszka from “For good and for bad”

Karolina Borkowska has acting in her genes – her father is the famous actor Jacek Borkowski. She first performed at the age of nine in Television Theater.

When the show “For good and for bad” broke popularity records, Borkowska played the role of Agnieszka Walicka; daughters of Bruno (Krzysztof Pieczyński) and Elżbieta (Ewa Skibińska). Borkowska played in the series for six years, from 1999 to 2005. At the same time, she played episodic roles in other productions, incl. Dominica in “First Love”. Until 2012, she performed at the Jewish Theater, but did not appear on the screen anymore.

Photo: Piotr Fotek / REPORTER / East News

Karolina Borkowska in 2004 during the Teleekrana award ceremony

The rest of the article is available under the video:

Karolina Borkowska has decided to completely change her career path. In 2003, she began studies at the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science at the University of Warsaw, specializing in political marketing and public relations. She received her diploma in 2008. It was during her studies that Borkowska met her future husband, Paweł Bylicki, and they got married in 2010. Four years later, the couple had a son, Kuba.


Karolina Borkowska with her father Jacek Borkowski at the premiere of the film “Embedded” in 2019.

Borkowska later gained experience in working in the media. She was the editor of the program “Question for breakfast”, she also worked on the production of “Panorama”.

In 2010, Borkowska founded her PR agency, Public Dialog, and became a lecturer at the University of Warsaw and Collegium Civitas. In 2016-2018, she was the vice president of the Public Relations Companies Association, and in 2019 she joined the PR Mentors Network. In turn, in 2020, she became a board member of the newly created Association of Public Relations Agencies.