Oskar Malinowski (born 11 November 1990) an actor, dancer, performer and choreographer. A graduate of the Ludwik Solski Academy for the Dramatic Arts Dance Theatre Department in Bytom. He currently cooperates with Komuna/Warszawa (Cezary idzie na wojny/Cezary Goes to Wars, dir. Cezary Tomaszewski, 2017; Rodos, chor. Wojciech Grudziński, 2019); Nowy Teatr in Warsaw (Języki Przyszłości/Future Tongues, dir. chor. Ania Nowak, 2018); Zachętą National Gallery of Art in Warsaw (Topologia pożądania/Topolgy of Desire, chor. Agnieszka Kryst, 2019) and Fredro Theatre in Gniezn (Historia przemocy/History of Violence, dir. Ewelina Marciniak, 2019). He als develops auteur projects coś/ktoś (something/someone, 2013); KINGWAY (2015). Together with Katarzyna Gorczyca he co-creates an artistic collective Gorczyca/Malinowski, which so far has premiered two performances: #DBRMPP (2016) and Para nr 1 (Pair no. 1, 2018). As a choreographer he co-created also Duchologia polska,directed by Jakub Skrzywanek in Drama Theatre in Wałbrzych/Zagłębie Theatre in Sosnowiec (2018).
As an actor, dancer and performer, he participated in numerous productions, such as: Leni Riefenstahl. Epizody niepamięci/Leni Riefenstahl. Episodes of Oblivion, dir. by Ewelina Marciniak in Silesian Theatre in Katowice (2016); we are not superheroes, dir. by Kamil Wawrzuta/Ruchomy Kolektyw in Ochota Theatre in Warsaw (2016); Wyzwolenie, dir. by Radosław Rychcik in Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow (2017); Wymarsz/Marching Out by Zuza Golińska and Iza Szostak at the Studio Theatre in Warsaw (2017); Zatoka suma/Wels Catfish Bay, dir. by Agata Dyczko at the Ochota Theatre in Warsaw (2017); Arcytrudno dojechać na Bródno/Its Hard to Get to Bródno, dir. by Cezary Tomaszewski at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw (2018).
He has been awarded scholarships from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage for artistic achievements.