Magdalena Boczarska was born in Krakow, Poland on the 12th of December 1978. She was trained as an actress at the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow until 2001 and started her career at theatres in Łódź and Warsaw. In 2001, she also had her first appearance on TV starring in the Polish hospital comedy series "Klinika pod wyrwigroszem". From 2005, she regularly worked for film and TV productions. She played the main character, a state security officer's mistress who is entrusted with spying on a politically suspicious professor in 1967/68, in the period drama "Różyczka" ("Little Rose", PL 2010). The role won Boczarska the "Best Actress" award at the Polish film festival Gdynia. She played other noteworthy roles in films such as the award-winning multi-generation film "Bejbi blues" ("Baby Blues", PL 2012), the WWII drama "W ukryciu" ("In Hiding", PL 2013) and in Jerzy Stuhr's satire "Obywatel" (PL 2014). She has also been a regular on several Polish TV series. Occasionally, she has been starring in German films, such as in Ralf Huettner's "Putzfrau Undercover" (2008, TV) and in Jan Georg Schütte's TV satire "Wellness für Paare" (2016, TV), whose ensemble was awarded the Deutscher Schauspielpreis in 2017. Her first lead role in a German feature film production was in Jan Fehse's society comedy "Unter deutschen Betten" ("Under German Beds", 2017), where she portrayed a cleaning lady that takes an impoverished Schlager star (Veronica Ferres) under her wings.