Maren Eggert

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Maren Eggert (* thirtieth January 1974 in Hamburg ) is a German actress .


Eggert completed her acting training at the Otto Falckenberg School in Munich from 1994 to 1998 . After a guest engagement in Zurich , she played at the Schauspielhaus Bochum from 1998 to 2000 and has been a member of the Thalia Theater in Hamburg since 2000 . Maren Eggert has been a permanent member of the ensemble at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin since the 2009/10 season .

In 1997 she was in Die Apothekerin and in 2001 as a friend of the journalist played by Moritz Bleibtreu in Das Experiment, also in the cinema. For her portrayal in Die Frau am Ende der Strasse , Maren Eggert and Matthias Brandt were awarded the German Critics' Prize in 2008 . In Dominik Graf's film The Vow about Clemens Brentano's encounter with the nun Anna Katharina Emmerick , she played Bettina von Arnim .

She is known to the television audience as the police psychologist Frieda Jung , who she played from 2003 to 2010 and again in 2015 alongside Axel Milberg as Klaus Borowski in the Kiel crime scenes produced by NDR .

She has also lent her voice to numerous audio book productions, such as The Taste of Apple Pits (2008) by Katharina Hagena or Reading to you (2009), a bilingual reading with the American writer Siri Hustvedt .

In December 2011 Eggert released the Christmas song Lametta with the German band Erdmöbel as a duet with their singer Markus Berges .

Maren Eggert lives in Berlin with her husband Peter Jordan .


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