Antje Strasbourg

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Antje Straßburger (* 1970 in Berlin ) is a German actress who works for theater and film . She grew up in Berlin and was already on the stage of the East Berlin Volksbühne as a child .


At the age of 13 she was discovered by talent scouts for the film and received her first film role in the television play Once Be Luise . She played her first leading role in the literary film adaptation of The Story of the Golden Thaler , directed by Bodo Fürneisen . The book Leading Actor Wanted - Like a Film, by author Sonja Kühne, was written during the shooting . For this role, she received an actor's prize from the expert jury at the Goldener Spatz feature film festival and a bronze laurel from the DFF. In addition to vocational training, she took on other film and television roles. She became known to a wide audience in 1987 with Peter Kahane's film Vorspiel - Rolle Flea . From 1989 she studied at the "Ernst Busch" Academy of Dramatic Art and received her diploma in 1993. Her most important theater roles included Nina in The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, Gertrud in Hamlet by William Shakespeare, The Girl in Outside by Wolfgang Borchert and Selma in The Rats by Gerhart Hauptmann. Theater stations included the Kammerspiele Magdeburg, the Kassel State Theater, Rostock Theater, Liechtenstein and the Salzburg Festival Hall. For example, she gave her voice to her colleague Dana Morávková as Aurinia in the movie The Story of the Goose Princess and her faithful horse Falada .

Antje Straßburger also starred in short films and graduation films for film college graduates.

Filmography (selection)

Awards (selection)

  • Actor award of the jury of the film festival Goldener Spatz (leading role The story of the golden thaler )
  • Bronze laurel of the DFF (main role The story of the golden thaler )

Theater (selection)

  • Don't let yourself be seduced by Bertolt Brecht, director: Jan Zimmermann
  • Peterchens Mondfahrt by Gerdt von Bassewitz, director: Johannes Zametzer
  • The rats by Gerhart Hauptmann, directed by Horst Schönemann
  • Outside the door by Wolfgang Borchert, director: Uwe Manske
  • Hamlet by William Shakespeare, directed by Peter Dehler
  • Roberto Zucco by Bernhard-Marie Koltés, director: Joachim Lemke
  • Spring awakening by Frank Wedekind, directed by Axel Richter
  • King Drosselbart and the girl Princess by Horst Hawemann, directed by Klaus Gendries

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Frank-Burkhard Habel , Volker Wachter : Lexicon of the GDR Stars. Actors from film and television. Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf, Berlin 1999, ISBN 3-89602-304-7 .