Barbara Brylska was born on June 5, 1941 in Skotniki, Poland. She made her film debut in "Kalosze szczescia" (1958). Her appearance in "Boomerang" (1966) made her one of the most popular actresses in Poland. Later that same year she gained international acclaim for her appearance in "Pharaoh". Graduating from the School of Film and Television in Lodz in 1967 she appeared under the alias Barbara Brylwood in her only two Euro-westerns "Trail of the Falcons" (1967) and "White Wolves" (1969) both with Gojko Mitic. In 1980 she played Hank in the DDR-TV series "Archiv des Todes" (Archive of Death). Still active today she appeared in two Russian films in 2002 and appears in the Polish TV series "Samo Zycie". Today we celebrate Barbara Brylska’s 70th birthday.