Antje von der Ahe

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Antje von der Ahe (born March 5, 1970 in Berlin ) is a German actress , voice actress and singer ( mezzo-soprano ).

life and work

Antje von der Ahe began her career in the song theater group thema , which was part of the underground in the East Berlin theater scene. Here she gained her first experience in the field of children's theater and in politically committed work outside of the state-sponsored theater business.

Since Antje von der Ahe was one of the most talented actors in the ensemble, along with André Zimmermann, she was given the opportunity to study acting in Rostock. This was also based on an explicit recommendation from the playwright Peter Brasch , who promoted her from then on. So it was almost inevitable that she started her career at the Berlin children's and youth theater Carrousel (today Theater an der Parkaue ) under the direction of Manuel Schöbel .

In addition, after completing her acting and singing training (with Leonore Gendries), she made her canvas debut as a performer on the stages in Dresden and theater engagements in Rostock and Hamburg in 1991.

She played her first film role in Siegfried Kühn's film Die Lügnerin , followed by Sailor Love , a year later, then activities in television series such as Kurklinik Rosenau , Praxis Bülowbogen , Happy Birthday , Dr. Stefan Frank - The doctor whom women trust , Schloss Einstein , Stefanie for all cases , In all friendship , Wolffs Revier , Dr. Kleist and butterflies in your stomach . In the cinema she celebrated her greatest success so far in Otto - The Disaster Film .

At the theater, Antje von der Ahe played after her long-term collaboration with Manuel Schöbel, among others at bat in Manfred Karge's production of Der Dunkle and under Anna Bergmann's direction in Illness of Youth . In the Komödie am Kurfürstendamm she played Carol in Peter Shaffer's Komödie im Dunkeln under Wolfgang Spier .

As a voice actress Antje von der Ahe lent her voice to Katherine Heigl as Isobel Stevens in Grey's Anatomy and in The Naked Truth , Ellie Bartowski in Chuck , Pauley Perrette as Abigail Sciuto in Navy CIS and Navy CIS: LA , Sarah Wayne Callies as Dr. Sara Tancredi in Prison Break , as Rukia Kuchiki in Bleach , as Lori Grimes in The Walking Dead and Kim Raver as Nico Reilly in Lipstick Jungle , as Julianne Giacomelli in Being Erica , as Sam in the series Totally Spies , as CC in the anime Code Geass , as Revy in the anime Black Lagoon , as the music teacher Sawako Yamanaka in K-On! , but also as Faye Valentine in the anime Cowboy Bebop and as Mari Kusakabe in the earthquake drama Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 . In the Danish-Swedish crime series Die Brücke - Transit in den Tod she can be heard in the lead role Saga Norén , originally Sofia Helin .

In the action title Resident Evil: Revelations for the Nintendo 3DS , she speaks the character of Jessica .

In 2015 she appeared in the radio play series Horror Cabinet and Sherlock Holmes by Titania Medien.

She is the standard voice actress for Katherine Heigl .

Her daughter Lina von der Ahe also works as a voice actress and radio play speaker.

Speaking roles (selection)

Katherine Heigl



Video games



Radio plays

Audio books

  • 2013: Arwen Elys Dayton: Resurrection Lost Light ( Audible exclusive)
  • 2014: Deborah Reed: Come Back ( Audible Exclusive)
  • 2014: Greta Milán: Julis Butterfly ( Audible exclusive)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Overview of the articles about Antje von der Ahe on , accessed on April 29, 2015.