He plays the main role in the Polish version of “Servant of the People” Marcin Heknar, known to a wide audience for products such as “The Best Half”, “Unscrupulous”, “Volta” or “The Good and the Evil”. Hycnar, a graduate of the Theater Academy in Warsaw, where he works as a lecturer, has been associated with the following theaters: Narodowy in Warsaw, Ludwik Solski in Tarnów (of which he was director) and Stefan Jaracz in لودód (became its director at the end of 2020).

Hycnar was to be selected as part of an in-house casting operation organized by Polsat. It was also considered, inter alia, by Piotr Adamczyk, Maciej Stuhr and Borys Szyc.

– First of all, I would like to make it clear that I will not play President Volodymyr Zelensky. “I will play the Polish version of Goloborodka, who became president under the influence of various events” – Commented in a recent interview.

Here is how it looks in the first pictures from the series “Servant of the Nation” website:

‘Servant of the Nation’: The series with Volodymyr Zelensky sparked the world’s interest

‘Servant of the Nation’ was the culmination of a twelve-year adventure Volodymyr Zelensky with business presentation. The production, whose first episodes aired from 2015 to 2019, has three seasons. The following episodes did not materialize, because on April 21, 2019, Zelensky was elected president Ukraine. The series turned out to be somewhat prophetic: Zelensky played history teacher Vasyl Goloborodka in this production, who unexpectedly won the presidential election.

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The rights to the series have already been acquired by, among others, Channel 4 from the UK, as well as broadcasters serving the Middle East, Greece, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova, France, Estonia, Finland and Georgia.

Poles can watch “Servant of the Nation” on the series’ official YouTube channel. Episodes have English subtitles, and some episodes also have Polish subtitles. Only the first episode has more than 15 million views.