Margrit Strasbourg

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Margrit Straßburger (born August 28, 1958 in Dresden ) is a German actress , chanteuse , dubbing and radio play speaker .


Margrit Straßburger is the daughter of the director and theater director Helmut Straßburger and the ballet dancer Erika Straßburger . Your brother Frank is a musician. Strasbourg grew up in Berlin, where she graduated from the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Art from 1976 to 1980 . After completing her training, she was employed at the Volksbühne until 1988 . Here she played, among other things, in the beaver fur by Gerhart Hauptmann , in William Shakespeare's comedy What you want , the Eve in the Zerbrochnen Krug by Heinrich von Kleist or as Pauline Piperkarcka in Hauptmann's Die Ratten . For her role as a cat in Berlin Alexanderplatz based on the novel of the same name by Alfred Döblin , Straßburger received the Critics' Prize in 1982. Further stations in her stage career were the Wuppertal theaters and, in Hamburg, the Ernst-Deutsch-Theater , the Kammerspiele and the comedy Winterhuder Fährhaus .

In addition, Straßburger repeatedly appears in front of her audience with various solo programs, for example with chansons from the 1920s, with monodramas about the lives of Giacomo Casanova and Maria Stuart , with texts by Heinrich Heine or Johann Wolfgang von Goethe .

In the 1980s, Margrit Straßburger was occasionally seen on the screen, for example in the series Polizeiruf 110 and The Public Prosecutor has the floor . Her work as a voice actress is much more extensive. She lends her voice to well-known colleagues such as Emily Baldoni , Mimsy Farmer , Pauline Quirke and Bess Armstrong in films and series . In the past, Straßburger has also worked as a radio play speaker, including in several episodes of the commercial series Conni .

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  1. a b website of Margrit Straßburger , accessed on October 17, 2016