Anja Bayer

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Anja Thea Bayer (born March 10, 1971 in Lafayette, United States ) is a German visual artist , poet and former child actress . It was in 1983 for her role as senior Anne Marie Brown in the ZDF - Christmas train youngest known.


Anja Bayer played at the age of twelve in three episodes of the television adaptation of the first three youngest -Bände of Else Ury the older Anne Marie Brown. Kathrin Toboll embodied the younger counterpart of the title character.

She studied applied theater studies and art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen . She participated in room installations and created art in public spaces as well as conceptual works in Gießen , Altötting , Frankfurt am Main , Cologne and Munich and writes poetry.

After a part-time training as a logotherapist according to Viktor Frankl , she works in her own practice in Munich.

For the special exhibition on the Anthropocene of the Deutsches Museum , she curated a reading on World Poetry Day in cooperation with the Lyrik Kabinett . In 2016 Kookbooks- Verlag published the anthology Lyrik im Anthropozän , which she initiated and which she edited together with Daniela Seel .



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  1. Corinna Berghahn: Legendary TV series: “Nesthäkchen” enchanted the audience , Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung , December 14, 2012, accessed on November 18, 2014
  2. Anja Bayer. (No longer available online.) Schamrock - Festival of Female Poets, archived from the original on April 24, 2015 ; Retrieved October 24, 2014 .
  3. ^ Lyric of the Anthropocene. (No longer available online.) Deutsches Museum , archived from the original on May 15, 2016 ; accessed on May 15, 2016 .