Komorowska made her U.S. film debut in 1983 in the feature War and Love, starring Kira Sedgwick, for Oscar-winning director Moshe Mizrahi. In 1987, she starred in Astonished, based on the novel Crime and Punishment, followed by a part in the Bruce Beresford comedy Her Alibi, starring Tom Selleck.
Moving to Los Angeles in 1990, Komorowska got the lead in director Christian Duguay's science fiction/horror film Scanners III and went on to appear in two more films for Duguay: Screamers, starring Peter Weller, and the thriller The Assignment, with Aidan Quinn, Donald Sutherland and Ben Kingsley. Among her other film credits are Suspicious Minds, and Martial Outlaw, the latter marking her first experience with high-impact action.
On television, Komorowska was a regular on the daytime dramas Another World, As the World Turns and One Life to Live, and guest-starred in the popular fantasy series Highlander and The Hunger. She also had a guest-starring role in the CBS pilot The Saint. Among her additional television credits are appearances on The Equalizer; Veronica Clare; Acapulco H.E.A.T.; the made-for-television movie Kojak: Ariana; the Jackie Collins miniseries Lucky/Chances; the BBC miniseries Mother Love, with Diana Rigg, which won the 1990 BAFTA Award for Best Miniseries; and Joan of Arc, which garnered 13 Emmy nominations in 1989.
Liliana Komorowska Facts
|Birth Name||Liliana Glabczynska|
|Birthday||April 11, 1956 (61)|
|Height||5' 8" (1m73) How tall is Liliana Komorowska compared to you?|