Krzemiński Władysław was an actor, director, teacher, writer and director of the theater. He was born in 1907 in Kraków. He studied architecture at the Technical University in Brno, then he studied at the Drama School in Krakow and at the State Conservatory of Music in Warsaw. He collaborated with the Juliusz Słowacki Theater, Bagatela Theater, and directed in youth groups. He also translated plays, edited radio plays and wrote songs for cabarets.
During the Nazi occupation, he lived in Romania, where he founded a school for Poles, where he taught the history of Polish literature. When the school was closed, he took part in clandestine education and underground cultural life. Later he worked as an actor and director in Katowice, and then returned to Krakow. He married the famous Krakow actress Zofia Niwińska. He died in 1966 in Warsaw.