Born in a family of actors - is the son of actor Tadeusz Kondrat (b. 1908, d. 1994), and also the nephew of actor Józef Kondrat (b. 1902, d. 1974). For the first time he stood before the camera as a child: he played the main character Wawrzek in the historical film "History of Yellow Boot" (1961), and later still appeared in the film "Between the banks" (1962) and TVP series "The Civil War" (1966) as the Paweł's education partner. He graduated from the XXXth Jan Śniadecki High School in Warsaw. In 1972 he graduated from the National Theatre School in Warsaw, where after many years he has begun working as a lecturer. In 1974 he appeared on the screen in a psychological film for children "End of Holiday", within a short time he played the memorable role of a teenage busboy and later the waiter in the elegant restaurant of the great hotel "Pacific" in "Zaklęte rewiry" (Enchanted Regions) (1975) by Janusz Majewski. The fame on the small screen was brought to him by the character of neurotic Mr. Mareczek in the television Olga Lipińska Cabaret where he presented his comedy and impersonation skills.
He starred in Marek Koterski's films as Adaś Miauczyński: "Madhouse" (1984), "The Day of the Wacko" (2002), "We're All Christs" (2006). Then he played in criminal TV series "Extradition" as Halski (1995-1996, 1998). He has performed on stage in Warsaw theaters: Dramatyczny (1973-1984, 1987-1988), the French Institute (1984), Nowy (1985-1986), Utwór Komediowy (1989), Za Pochłonięty (1990), The Stefan Jaracz Athenaeum Theater (1992-1999), and The Zygmunt Hübner Powszechny Theater (2002).
March 5, 2007, he announced the completion of a career in acting. On April 2008 and information appeared in the media that he will play a major role in the film "Mala matura 1947", which is currently in production.