Luisa Wietzorek

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Luisa Wietzorek (born November 7, 1989 in West Berlin ) is a German actress , singer and voice actress .


After graduating from high school , her acting career began in 2007 with her first appearances in television series such as Dahoam is Dahoam or 112 - They save your life . She also had acting classes in Berlin and Los Angeles. In 2009 she starred in the fairy tale film Rapunzel . In 2010 she embodied Eva Braun in The Seizure of Power . From 2011 to the beginning of 2012 Wietzorek appeared as a singer and actress in the musical Hinterm Horizont by Udo Lindenberg in the understudy. 2013 Wietzorek in the German version of the Nickelodeon series Groove High in the lead role ofZoe Myer was seen. Groove High is a mixture of cartoon and real film.

Wietzorek also works as a voice actress. In 2010 she was nominated for her work in Coraline at the German Dubbing Prize in the category “outstanding female dubbing” . She also lends her voice to the role of Haley Dunphy (Sarah Hyland) in the comedy series Modern Family.

Wietzorek is a member of the Federal Drama Association .

Filmography (selection)


Synchronization (selection)

Chloë Grace Moretz

Emma Roberts

Isabel Lucas

Dianna Agron

  • 2009-2015 Glee (TV series) as Quinn



Radio plays

  • 2010: Alice in Wonderland ... as Alice
  • 2010: Chamber of Horrors - Northanger Abbey ... as Sally Morland
  • 2010: Horror Cabinet - Adventures of a Haunted ... as Daphne Darrell
  • 2011: No-eared rabbit and two-eared chick ... as two-eared chicks
  • 2011: Leo Lausemaus ... as Leo Lausemaus
  • 2011: Bibi Blocksberg - The little nose
  • 2011: Bibi Blocksberg - The Bewitched Time Travel
  • 2011: Bibi and Tina - The veterinary internship ... as Lisa
  • 2012: My own flesh and blood ... as Mary
  • 2014: The Last Heroes - Alesia in Nightmares Lord
  • 2015: Monster 1983 (1st season)
  • 2016: Monster 1983 II (2nd season)
  • 2017: Monster 1983 III (3rd season)
  • 2019: Ghostbox (1st season)
  • 2020: Ghostbox (2nd season)
  • 2020: Auris 2: The Frequency of Death

Video games

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b Udo's “Girls from East Berlin” has roots in Oberstein Report on, accessed on September 15, 2012.
  2. Report on ( Memento of the original from November 14, 2013 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , accessed October 10, 2013. @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot /
  3. Deutscher Synchronpreis : ( Memento of July 29, 2014 in the Internet Archive ) (Format: PDF; 1.27 MB) Retrieved on December 27, 2016.