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Jerzy Owsiak was born on 6 October, 1953 in Gdańsk, Poland, is a journalist, social campaigner. At 67 years old, Jerzy Owsiak height not available right now. We will update Jerzy Owsiak's height soon as possible.

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Occupation journalist, social campaigner
Jerzy Owsiak Age 69 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 6 October 1953
Birthday 6 October
Birthplace Gdańsk, Poland
Nationality Poland

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His wife is Lidia Niedźwiedzka-Owsiak

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Wife Lidia Niedźwiedzka-Owsiak
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Children Ewa Owsiak, Aleksandra Owsiak

Jerzy Owsiak Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Jerzy Owsiak worth at the age of 69 years old? Jerzy Owsiak’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. He is from Poland. We have estimated Jerzy Owsiak's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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Owsiak is the co-author of the "Orkiestra Klubu Pomocnych Serc, czyli monolog – wodospad Jurka Owsiaka", a book which comprises an extensive interview made by Bartłomiej Dobroczyński. He also acted in the TV soap opera "Klan" as himself and in the "Autoportret z kochanką" by Radosław Piwowarski.


In 2007 he began working on the radio again. On 4 July 2007 he ran, for the first time, "Dźwiękoszczelny magazyn Jurka Owsiaka" on the WAWA radio station. The show was later broadcast on the Eska Rock radio station, until 4 April 2010. In 2007, he produced the youth channel, O.TV (Owsiak TV), which is available on the Direct-broadcast satellite, platform n.

Owsiak split with from TVP after 16 years of cooperation. He ran programmes such as the annual GOCC Great Finale, "Kręcioła", "Bezpieczne Wakacje" and "Róbta co chceta". On 6 October 2007, a new channel on DTH platform n belonging to ITI Group, was launched.


In 1993, Owsiak founded the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity, along with Lidia Niedźwiedzka-Owsiak and Bohdan Maruszewski, which is now one of the largest, non-government, non-profit, charities in Poland. The main objective of the charity is "Health Protection and Saving Children's Lives through Providing Medical Equipment to Public Hospitals".

There was a lot of positive feedback for these actions, and in March 1993, thanks to the initiative of Owsiak and Walter Chełstowski, GOCC officially came into existence and its first Great Finale was organised on January 3, 1993. Since then, the Great Finale has taken place every year and Owsiak is the main organizer and compere of the TV programme under the same title, broadcast on TVP2.


His first fund-raising participation was organised spontaneously after an appeal from the cardio-surgeons from "Centrum Zdrowia Dziecka" ("Children's Memorial Health Institute"), for financial support for the purchase of medical equipment. In 1992, Owsiak invited doctors onto his programme "Brum" broadcast on Polskie Radio Program III, and repeatedly reminded his listeners on every edition about paying money into a given account. This action was also continued during the Jarocin Festival the same year.


After the termination of his work in the Scout's Radio Station, his next undertaking was the broadcast of "Brum". He ran it in the 1991-1994 period in PR Program III. It was only broadcast on Fridays. Between 1994 and 1999, it changed its name to "Się kręci". Later, he undertook the broadcast of "Kręcioła" on Polskie Radio Program I and attended meetings with listeners on Saturday mornings at RMF FM. However, all of these broadcasts ended only after a few broadcasts, because of conflict with station authorities.

Between 1991 and 2007, Owsiak cooperated with Telewizja Polska, a public broadcasting corporation, operating throughout Poland. Since December 1991 he has been preparing a TV programme, "Róbta, co chceta, czyli rockendrollowa jazda bez trzymanki" for TVP2, which was called "Dziura w koszu" from 1994, and from 1996 "Kręcioła".

In 1991 and 1992 he ran the Jarocin Festival, along with Walter Chełstowski. They also organized the first Przystanek Woodstock in 1995 in Czymanowo near Żarnowiec.


Due to his acquaintance with Wojciech Waglewski, Owsiak became well known in music circles. Since 1988, he has attended Voo Voo concerts. He has played at some of them with his band, Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Chińskich Ręczników ( Society of Friends of Chinese Towels ), and he started his programme on the Rozgłośnia Harcerska (the Scout's Radio Station).


At the end of the 1980s and the 1990s, Owsiak was engaged in the organization of many rock concerts. He organized a series of marathon music concerts, which all had a common feature – his characteristic "stammering" announcing, and the participation of the best Polish Punk rock bands of that time. These concerts included:


Jerzy Owsiak, (born 6 October 1953 in Gdańsk) is a Polish journalist and social campaigner. He is a founder of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP / Wielka Orkiestra Świątecznej Pomocy), one of the largest non-governmental, non-profit, charity organizations in Poland. Owsiak is the main initiator and promoter for the group's Grand Finale, an annual worldwide festival involving music and other components intended to raise money for the medical care of children as well as the elderly suffering from various medical conditions. He is also the creator of Pol'and'Rock Festival, formerly known as Przystanek Woodstock ("Woodstock Festival"), a large rock music festival that takes place in Kostrzyn nad Odrą, to thank all the volunteers and supporters who take part in the Grand Finale each year.