Pawel Wdówka is a soloist of the ballet of Castle Opera in Szczecin. In 2010 he graduated from the National Ballet School in Gdansk (currently: Janina Jarzynówna-Sobczak Ballet School in Gdansk).
As a soloist of the ballet of Castle Opera in Szczecin he danced the following roles: Clin in the Wayward Daughter (chor. Natalia Fedorowa), the Prince and Drosselmeyer in the Nutcracker (music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, chor. Karol Urbański), the Prince in Cinderella (music: Sergiey Prokofiev, chor. Victor Litvinow), Don José in Suite Carmen in the ballet evening entitled Shades of Passion (music: Rodion Szczedrin, chor. Jacek Tyski), the Hatter in Alice in Wonderland (music: Przemysław Zych, chor. Jacek Tyski), the Doctor Johann Tschudi in the Witch-hunt (chor. Cathy Marson), Detlef in We Children From Bahnhof ZOO (chor. Robert Glumbek). He also featured in The Story of Sin (music: Lukasz Niepołomski, chor. Karol Urbański). He also performed in a range of operas and operettas staged by the Castle Opera in Szczecin.
He was granted the following prizes for his artistic work: in 2013, he received the Bursztynowy Pierścień Prize (Amber Ring Prize) for the best male actor of 2012/2013 season, for his role of Don José in Suite Carmen in the ballet evening entitled Shades of Passion; in 2017 he received a honourable mention as the best contemporary dancer during the 11th edition of the Jan Kiepura Musical Theatre Awards; in 2018 he was nominated for the Bursztynowy Pierścień Prize as the best actor, for his role of Detlef in We Children From Bahnhof ZOO. In 2017 he was granted the Silver Honourable Medal of West–Pomeranian Griffin in recognition of his merits for the development of the region.