Anke Kortemeier

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Anke Kortemeier (born November 9, 1975 in Munich ) is a German actress , presenter and voice actress .

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Anke Kortemeier started dubbing in 1980 through a friend of her mother's. She spoke in many Czech fairy tale films.

In 1994 she stood for the first time in front of the camera for a ZDF three-part series. She took private acting lessons but has never attended drama school. After she moderated the children's holiday program Ferienfieber on ARD and ZDF in 1995 and 1996 , a year later she prevailed as a presenter for the children's program Tabaluga tivi , which she presented alongside Marco Ströhlein .

This was followed by other roles in series and films as well as several moderations on the Disney Channel . In recent years, however, Kortemeier has increasingly concentrated on her activities as a dubbing actress. a. the German voice of Lindsay Lohan . Privately, she lives married in Munich and is very committed to children and animals in Africa. One of her greatest hobbies is singing. She can also be heard as Luvlee ( Isla Fisher ) in The Lockout .


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