We like it when older people do things that younger people do, and we find it funny when people who are supposed to be “old” don’t act their age, like when The Golden Girls date and have fun or when retirement homes have more scandals than a big college campus. The Green Glove Gang is a new Polish comedy on Netflix.
It stars three older women who don’t act their age because they are active criminals who are pretty good at what they do. Suzanna, Kinga, and Alicja have been thieves for a long time.
They often steal from the rich and give to the poor, like Robin Hood. They’ve stayed one step ahead of the police for years, and the media calls them “The Green Glove Gang.” Here are the actors who play them in the TV show.
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The Green Glove Gang Release Date
The first episode of The Green Glove Gang came out on Netflix on October 19.
Anna Romantowska as Alicja
Anna Romantowska is a Polish actress who has worked on stage and in movies. In 1974, after she graduated from Warsaw’s Academy of Dramatic Arts, she married the Polish actor and director Krzysztof Kolbergern.
She was in the Silesian Wyspiaski Theatre in Katowice from 1974 to 1975, the National Theatre in Warsaw from 1975 to 1984, and the Teatr Studio from 1984 to 1993. In Poland, Romantowska is also known as “the unforgettable voice” of Anne Shirley in a TV version of Anne of Green Gables.
Since 1977, she has been in Polish movies, TV shows, and plays, which has added to her name. Romantowska is a member of The Green Glove Gang. She is 72 years old and was born on May 16, 1950.
Magdalena Kuta as Zuzanna Zemplinska
Magdalena Kuta, who is also known as Magdalena Kuta-Jastrzbska, is a Polish stage and film actress. In the TV series Ranch, she played Leokadia Paciorek, who later became Leokadia Czerepach. She got her degree in acting from Warsaw’s PWST in 1981 and now works at the Rozmaitoci Theater. Dominik Kuta, her brother, is a musician.
This is something to keep in mind. Her roles include a woman in Eastern, the director of a nursing home in In the Woods, Danuta in Sweat, Hanna Duwe “Platyna” in Sasha’s Elements, Hanna Gobianka in Centenary of Winnias, and a stage manager at the National Theater in March ’68. Kuta, who is in The Green Glove Gang, was born on May 27, 1957, which makes him 65 years old. No one knows who her partner is.
Beata Bandurska as Marzena
Beata Bandurska is known for her roles in Ostatni dzwonek (1989), Odwilz (2022), and Kallafiorr (2000), but no one knows who her partner is or how old she is.
Andrzej Grabowski as Igor
Andrzej Piotr Grabowski is a Polish actor, singer, and comedian who is best known for playing Ferdynand Kiepski in the TV show Wiat wedug Kiepskich. Grabowski got his diploma from the Ludwik Solski Academy of Dramatic Arts in Krakow in 1974 and started acting at the Juliusz Sowacki Theatre right away.
Two years later, he was in the drama Przepraszam, czy to bij. While he was in college in Kraków, Grabowski made his first feature film, Odejcia, poverty. He only played supporting roles in movies until 1989, when he played a main character in Capital, or How to Make Money in Poland.
Mirosław Zbrojewicz as Commissioner Alfred
Mirosaw Zbrojewicz was born in Warsaw on February 25, 1957. He is a Polish character actor who is best known for playing tough guys and bad guys. He graduated from the State Higher School of Theater in 1981.
On June 14, 1981, he made his stage debut as Sukiennik in Master Piotr Pathelina at the Lubuski Theater L. He made his stage debut in the well-known comedy Goose and Jolly, which also starred Stephen Sinclaire and Anthony McCarten. He has also worked with a number of well-known theatre directors.
He has made several TV shows, and in the TVP1 soap opera, he played an Interpol officer named Commissioner Kamil Kozyra.
He played Inspector Walas in Sfora (2002), Detective Piotr Serafin in As (2002), doctor Janusz Sznajder in Trzeci Officer (2008), and a Russian mobster named Kutusov in Friends in Need (2004).
How Are the Review of the Green Glove Gang?
The Green Glove Gang is a bit of a gimmick, but it mostly works because the show’s three stars make it look like they’ve been burglars together for a long time. When Marzena asks each of them who to call if they die, they all say the other two almost immediately.
You can definitely feel that kind of “one for all, all for one” friendship in that scene and in the ones where the three of them argue about how badly they did their last job. Of course, the series is also likely to be how these three women give Second Home a young vibe.
But they will also find out things about their temporary home that will probably lead them to plan another robbery.
It’s the kind of show that might be a little funnier if you spoke Polish or watched the English dub. A lot of the jokes just don’t work well in subtitles for some reason. But when there’s physical humor, like when Kinga gets stoned, you start to get the point.
As the three of them figure out how to avoid the police and find out the dirty secrets of the home, it should be fun to watch them turn this nursing home on its head.