By Joshua Axelrod
Pittsburgh Put up-Gazette
December 29, 2021
CMU’s Dagmara Dominczyk having ‘midlife profession increase’ with ‘Succession,’ ‘The Misplaced Daughter’
The previous few months of 2021 have been a very fruitful time for Dagmara Dominczyk.
The 45-year-old Carnegie Mellon College graduate and completed thespian is giving audiences one heck of a one-two punch between reprising her function as Karolina Novotney within the HBO collection “Succession” — the finest present of 2021, on this critic’s opinion — and shutting out the yr by showing in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s critically acclaimed characteristic directorial debut “The Misplaced Daughter,” which premieres Friday on Netflix.
Dominczyk is a type of actors you’ve virtually actually seen earlier than in motion pictures and on tv however possibly want slightly assist putting. She not too long ago chatted with the Put up-Gazette about her “midlife profession increase” and every thing she appreciates about Pittsburgh — together with the half it performed in introducing her to her husband, Patrick Wilson.
“I really like Pittsburgh,” she stated. “I really like Carnegie Mellon. And I solely have the most effective reminiscences of my time there. … It’s the place I inadvertently met my future husband. Each time we’re there and return and maintain arms, we will’t assist however really feel like that’s the place issues began, though we didn’t know.”