Weronika Anna Rosati (Polish pronunciation: [vɛrɔˈɲika ˈrɔsatʲi]; born 9 January 1984) is a Polish actress and a member of European Film Academy. She began her acting career in Polish soaps. In 2005, she starred as Dżemma in her first theatrical feature film Pitbull. A year later, she launched her international career with a small uncredited role in Inland Empire directed by David Lynch. Since then she has appeared in many critically acclaimed Polish and international productions. In 2013, she has received her first Polish Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in Obława (2012). A year later, she starred alongside Agnieszka Grochowska in Obce ciało directed by Krzysztof Zanussi. She also had a recurring role in the HBO TV series Luck (2012). Currently, she plays the role of Kamila in a Polish TV series Strażacy, and is a regular on the show since its inception in 2015.