Alwara Höfels

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Alwara Höfels, 2015

Alwara Höfels (born April 6, 1982 in Kronberg im Taunus ) is a German actress . Höfels works both in front of the camera and on the theater stage.


Alwara Höfels is the daughter of the actor couple Klara Höfels and Michael Greiling . From 2002 to 2007 she studied acting at the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts in Berlin . From 2006 to 2009 she was part of the permanent ensemble at the Deutsches Theater Berlin and worked with the directors Jürgen Gosch and Christoph Mehler .

In 2007, she was in the comedy Rabbit Without Ears of Til Schweiger in the role of Miriam her feature film debut. This was followed by leading and supporting roles in television and cinema productions such as Phantomschmerz , Fack ju Göhte and Frau Müller muss weg! From 2016 to 2018 she played alongside Karin Hanczewski and Martin Brambach a commissioner for the TV series Tatort for the MDR . The actress justified her departure after the sixth case, Who is Now Alone, with different views on the work process.


movie theater

watch TV

Engagements at the theater

each at the Deutsches Theater Berlin


  • 2014: Hessian TV Prize for her portrayal in Die Fischerin and Dr. Gressmann shows feelings

Web links

Commons : Alwara Höfels  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Don't say anything now, Alwara Höfels . In: Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin , accessed on February 22, 2015
  2. New Saxony crime scene: "Three Angels for Dresden"! (No longer available online.) Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk , archived from the original on June 23, 2016 ; accessed on January 27, 2020 . .
  3. New commissioner for the Dresden "crime scene". (No longer available online.) Sächsische Zeitung , December 18, 2017, archived from the original on December 22, 2017 ; accessed on October 10, 2018 .
  4. Don't cry - Robert Borgmann brought André Pilz's skinhead novel onto the stage on
  5. Caligula - Jette Steckel shows Albert Camus' debut in the box of the DT Poses of Desperate Cruelty on
  6. Donna Davison - Hanna Rudolph's world premiere of a piece by Thomas Jonigk on