Marian Dziędziel graduated from the Academy for the Dramatic Arts in Cracow. Shortly after graduation, he debuted on the big screen with the role of an insurgent in the first part of Kazimierz Kutz’s “The Silesian Trilogy,” “Salt of the Black Earth” (1969). Since then, he has been repeatedly honored and awarded for his numerous film roles.
He has starred in several dozens of feature films, among others, in “Perła w koronie” (1971), Kazimierza Kutz’s “Śmierć jak kromka chleba (1994), “Gry uliczne” (1996), Krzysztof Krauze’s “Mój Nikifor” (2004), “Vinci” (2004), by Juliusz Machulski, Feliks Falk’s “Komornik” (2005) or “Wszyscy jesteśmy Chrystusami” (2006), by Marek Koterski.His role of Wiesław Wojnar in Wojciech Smarzowski\'s \"The Wedding\" (2004) was a turning point in his career; for this role Marian Dziędziel received the Eagle, Polish Film Award for Best Actor and an award at the 29th Polish Film Festival in Gdynia.For his role in another film by Wojciech Smarzowski, “The Dark House” (2009), Dziędziel won the Golden Duck award for Best Actor of the season 2009/2010.The year 2011 brought him another prize at the Polish Film Festival for his supporting role in Rafael Lewandowski\'s film, “The Mole.”He recently starred in another film by Wojciech Smarzowski, “Traffic Department.”
Since 1969, he has also been performing on the stage of Słowacki Theatre in Cracow.