Christin Marquitan

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Christin Marquitan
Christin Marquitan as Queen at the Opera House of the Mannheim National Theater

Christin Marquitan (born September 5, 1967 in Hamburg ) is a German actress , opera singer and voice actress .



She grew up in Schleswig-Holstein with her parents and her two younger siblings. Its French name is of Huguenot origin. Christin Marquitan completed her acting training at the stage studio Hedi Höpfner in Hamburg and with Elisabeth Bergner in London. At the age of 19, she passed the state drama exam before the joint examination committee at the Hamburg State Opera (chair: Ida Ehre ), started her first theater engagement at the Lübeck City Theater and at the same time began her classical singing training ( solo opera , concert , lied ) at the State University for music in Munich with Brigitte Fassbaender . At the age of 25 she was trained as a lyric soprano. During her 5-year vocal studies she was engaged as a permanent member of the ensemble at the Burgtheater in Vienna and thus commuted between Vienna and Munich for years. She studied dance and musical (classical ballet and jazz) with Jimmy James in Munich and with the Charleston Marquis in Vienna.


Several years of stage engagements followed in Vienna (Burgtheater), Rome (Philharmonie), Cologne, Berlin, Munich, Lübeck, Linz, Heilbronn, Stuttgart and Saarbrücken. For years Marquitan has been giving guest performances with chanson and cabaret programs, among others. a. in the Berlin bar of all reason . Marquitan is currently engaged at the opera house of the Mannheim National Theater.

In comedy, she was Karl Dall's partner with various television appearances and stage shows . She currently appears in stage and television shows with Atze Schröder and Thomas Hermanns . In addition to Hermanns and Hape Kerkeling , she was seen as "Doris" in the piece Kein Pardon , which was performed in 2011 in the Quatsch Comedy Club Berlin.

At the strong beer tasting at Munich's Nockherberg in 2012, which was broadcast live by Bavarian television , Marquitan took on the role of Angela Merkel for the first time in the Singspiel .

On television you saw Marquitan in individual episodes of Wolff's Revier , Großstadtrevier , In allerfreund - The young doctors , All my babies , Say aah , The old man , Derrick and Tatort . Marquitan also works extensively in film and television synchronization. She is the fixed voice of Salma Hayek , which she dubs with a Spanish accent. To do this, she usually has her own language coach in the dubbing studio, who pays attention to correct pronunciation.


She also works in radio plays and audio books for WDR, NDR, SFB, SWF, HR, Deutschlandradio and Bayerischer Rundfunk. For public broadcasters such as ARTE, ZDF, RBB, WDR and SWR, she works as a voiceover in literature, documentary and feature programs, and she can also be heard in radio and television commercials. Marquitan received a grant from the OE Hasse Foundation in 1983 . She also works for animal welfare and is active for SOS Kindernothilfe and for the organization “Children's Smile - Friends of Cancer Children” with donation campaigns.

In the video game Diablo 3 , she voiced the female version of the crusader.


Synchronization (selection)

More often dubbed actresses

Monica Bellucci

Juliette Binoche

Toni Collette

Vera Farmiga

Salma Hayek

Famke Janssen

Sandra Oh

Julia Ormond

Joely Richardson

  • 2003: Shoreditch as Butterfly
  • 2004–2010: Nip / Tuck - Beauty Has Its Prize (TV series) as Julia McNamara
  • 2006: Fatal Contact: Avian Flu in America as Dr. Iris Varnack
  • 2011: Anonymous as Queen Elizabeth I (young)
  • 2012: blindness as Anita Vanger
  • 2015: Maggie as Nina Egorova
  • 2016: Fallen - Angel's Night as Caroline
  • 2018: In Darkness as Alex
  • 2018: Red Sparrow as Nina Egorova


TV Shows

Radio plays (selection)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. New face for 'Angie' ( memento from July 11, 2012 in the web archive ) in Süddeutsche Zeitung from January 21, 2012.
  2. Christin Marquitan - Nockherberg: The new Angela in the evening newspaper of February 13, 2012.
  3. The media godparents: Christin Marquitan - Interview with the voice of Salma Hayek, Monica Bellucci, Juliette Binoche. August 22, 2017. Retrieved August 22, 2017 .
  4. ^ [D3 RoS] Speaker of the German ROS version , accessed on October 20, 2015.
  5. ^ German Acting Award for the first time with synchronizing award. August 27, 2019, accessed August 27, 2019 .
  6. List of the radio plays and audio books spoken by Marquitan in Audible