Heike Schroetter

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Heike Schroetter-Lutz (* 1956 in Ribnitz-Damgarten ) is a German actress and voice actress .


Schroetter completed classical ballet training and attended the Rostock University of Music and Theater from 1972 to 1975 . She starred in several productions of the GDR - television until 1981 "for attempted illegal border crossing was detained." Schroetter was ransomed and moved to West Germany, where she appeared in theaters.

In 1983 Heike Schroetter started synchronizing. She spoke among others Kirstie Alley , Sharon Stone , Brigitte Nielsen , Kim Cattrall , Mercedes Ruehl ( inter alia in the series Frasier ), Jane Lynch ( inter alia in Two and a Half Men ) and Kate Jackson in the series Drei Engel für Charlie . She also speaks as an off-speaker trailer for 105'5 Spreeradio and Comedy Central . Schroetter played the leading role in 1985 in the first German-German comedy Treffpunkt Leipzig . Due to political reasons, the film was only broadcast once by ZDF between the FRG and the GDR . In the Sat.1 series Alphateam - The lifesavers in the operating room , she was chief physician Dr. To see Gassner. In 2007 Schroetter took part in four episodes of the children's and youth series Schloss Einstein and had a guest appearance in the Sat.1 telenovela Verliebt in Berlin . From October 2007 to December 2008 Schroetter was seen as Marianne Becker in the telenovela Paths to Happiness , a guest appearance followed in February 2009.

In December 2007 she published her biography under the title Sehnsucht nach Paris , in which she describes her escape from the GDR .

Her son Niclas Lutz is also a voice actor.


Synchronous rollers (selection)

Jane Lynch

Wendy Crewson




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