Weronika Anna Rosati (Polish pronunciation: [vɛrɔˈɲika ˈrɔsatʲi]) is a Polish actress. She made her acting debut in 2000, and first gained recognition playing Ania in the Polish soap opera M jak miłość (2002–2005, 2018–2020). She appeared in several other Polish television series, before acquiring her first feature film role in Patryk Vega's 2005 action drama Pitbull, which went on to become a cult film in Poland. Her most critically acclaimed films include Obława (2012), which earned her a Polish Film Award nomination for Best Actress, and Never Gonna Snow Again (2020). Rosati launched her international career with a small uncredited role in David Lynch's 2006 film Inland Empire. She has since played numerous minor roles in English-language films including The Iceman (2012), Bullet to the Head (2012), and USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage (2016), and made guest appearances on television. She had a recurring role on the HBO original television series Luck in 2012. In her native country, she has starred in the films Obce ciało (2014) and Porady na zdrady (2017), and in television in Majka (2009–2010), Czas honoru (2010), Hotel 52 (2013), Strażacy (2015–2016) and Zawsze warto (2019–2020). Aside from acting, Rosati is an active advocate for domestic abuse victims.