Alluring and multi-talented and growing more beautiful with age: Marta Klubowicz is a Polish Theater and film Actress, a poet, writer, translator and photographer.

She graduated from "Carolinum" General Secondary School in Nysa, and then from PWST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Wrocław 1985. She made her debut in Theatre in Wrocław. After graduation, she was an actress of the Theater in Warsaw managed by Zygmunt Hübner. In 1991 she went on an art scholarship to Vienna and stayed there for a few years.

She learnt the language, appeared in films and wrote cultural correspondence. Since 1997 she has played in Wrocław Contemporary Theatre and the Baltic Dramatic Theatre, she cooperates with many theatres in Poland.

She is well known for her roles in films and Theatre. She combines both her passions — acting and poetry — in original poetic performances, which brought her the Witold Hulewicz Award. She gladly works with young people, directs performances, as well as conducts theatre and literary workshops. She held correspondence workshops for poets in the Anagram publishing house for several years. Together with Fred Apke, she cooperates with Eichendorff Centre in Łubowice. She translates scenarios and acts in outdoor performances.

She has been a member of the jury and co-organiser of Jerzy Kozarzewski poetic contest "Orzech" in Nysa for many years. She translated Joseph von Eichendorff's Poetry as well as all plays by Fred Apke into Polish (many performances and publications). The comedy Letnisko (Summer Resort) translated by her received the third award in the second edition of "Komediopisanie" contest, and the play for children Adonis ma gościa (Adonis Has a Guest) obtained the leading award in the competition organised by Children's Art Centre in Poznań.

She is the author of the study on the bestseller Kato-Tata which raises an important social issue (Child Abuse). She appears there under the name of Maria Burzyńska (Santorski/second edition: Czarna Owca 2009 - 2013). She is an honorary citizen of Nysa. In 2011, she was awarded the Medal of Merit for Polish Culture.