Sabine Postel , bourgeois Sabine Postel-Riewoldt , (born May 10, 1954 in Neustadt am Rübenberge ) is a German actress , radio play and voice actor .
Sabine Postel is the daughter of Gisela and Kurt Postel, a long-time entertainment editor at WDR . Even as a schoolgirl she stood next to Marius Müller-Westernhagen for the children's radio of the WDR in front of the microphone.
After graduating from high school, Postel attended the drama school in Bochum from 1971 to 1974 . She later studied German and fine arts for five semesters. She had her first engagements as an actress at the Oldenburg State Theater , at the stages of the city of Essen and at the Cologne Theater .
In addition to acting, Postel also worked as a radio play and voice actress. Under the direction of Charlotte Niemann she was z. B. can be heard in children's radio plays such as The Wind in the Willows and Cat with Hat . Since the early 1980s, she has been known to a broad television audience as an actress in television films and series.
Postel made her debut in 1982 in the television play The task of Dr. Graefe . In 1986 she received the Jakob Kaiser Prize for her leading role in the television film The Application . In 1992 she was awarded the Television Prize of the Academy of Arts (Berlin) for her role in the television play Sleeping Dogs . In 1994, Sabine Postel received the Bambi Media Prize for her role in Not from Bad Parents .
Since 1997, Postel was primarily as Commissioner Inga Lürsen the scene of Radio Bremen known. In 2017, Radio Bremen announced that the crime scene series with Postel in the lead role would be discontinued in 2019. In April 2019, the last episode where is my darling? .
With Dieter Pfaff she played in the comedy series Pfeifer , Tatort: Schatten and in the series Der Dicke , in which she joined in 2008 as a lawyer Isabel von Brede. After Pfaff's death, the series was continued from season 5 under the title Die Kanzlei .
Postel has been an ambassador for the Bremen Center for Grieving Children and Young People e. V., in order to make the topic of “grief of children and young people” better known. In 2007 she left her handprints in the Bremer Lloyd Passage on the so-called Mall of Fame . In 2010 she received the Bremen Town Musicians Prize .
In 2019, Postel advertised a stroke prevention app.
Sabine Postel married the literary scholar and journalist Otto Riewoldt in 1991, who died of cancer on January 15, 2003 at the age of 52 in Cologne. Their son Moritz Riewoldt (* 1992) is a director. From 2012 to 2014 she was with a business manager who was 14 years her junior. When she was young she lived in England; Postel now lives in Cologne-Junkersdorf . Postel is gluten intolerant .
- 1982: The task of Dr. Graefe
- 1983: Angels on Wheels
- 1984: The Brief (British TV series)
- 1984: The dream ship - Brazil
- 1985: Looking for a family - pay cash
- 1986: The application
- 1986: banking secrets
- 1987–1989: A case for two
- 1987: Metropolitan area - glued
- 1988: Wild West inclusive
- 1988: Two old ladies step on the gas
- 1989: Tatort - Der Pott
- 1989: Lindenstrasse (TV series, one episode)
- 1990: The Legacy of the Guldenburgs (episode role)
- 1991: Leo and Charlotte
- 1992: On the move - Willer's return
- 1992: Our teacher, Doctor Specht
- 1992: Sleeping Dogs (TV series)
- 1993: The most beautiful years of our life
- 1993–1996: Not From Bad Parents (TV series)
- 1994: Nothing works without a license
- 1994: Moll's travels
- 1995: You don't kiss old friends
- 1995: The Commissioner - Family Festival
- 1995: AS - Danger is his business (TV series, episode: The Bad Brother )
- 1997: Women kill more easily
- 1997–2019: Tatort series as KHK'in Inga Lürsen, for episodes see Lürsen and Stedefreund
- 1998: Titus, the Roast of Satan (TV series, episode: Titus and the curse of the diamonds )
- 1999: The Last Witness (TV series, episode: Under the Skin )
- 1999: Pfeifer
- 1999: Heimatgeschichten
- 1999–2002: Nesthocker - family to be given away
- 2001: The Clever (TV series)
- 2001: freezing cold
- 2001: you are my child
- 2001: a murderous plan
- 2003: Heimatgeschichten (TV series, episode: Love on parole )
- 2004: my husband and his mothers
- 2004: The Crimes of Professor Capellari (TV series, episode: The Last Curtain )
- 2007: Strawberry ice cream with love
- 2007: darling, we inherited!
- 2007: To Tuscany and back
- 2007: Post Mortem - Evidence Is Immortal (TV Series, Episode: Dog Food )
- 2008: Inga Lindström: Rasmus and Johanna
- 2008: The dream ship - Rio de Janeiro
- since 2009: Der Dicke / Die Kanzlei (TV series)
- 2010: Until nothing remains
- 2012: Too good to be true
- 2012: The dream ship - Singapore / Bintan
- 2014: Coast Guard (TV series, episode: The Gate to the Hereafter )
- 2015: SOKO Cologne - Camilla and the dead nun
- 2015: The bull and the country egg - Where love falls
- 2015: Under crooks (TV series, episode: The Little Beast )
- 2015: A summer in Barcelona
- 2018: Katie Fforde : Kissed Awake
- 2019: The dream ship - Zambia
- 1976: The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame , ISBN 3-8291-1170-3
- 2006: Where There Is No Witness by Elizabeth George , ISBN 978-3866042988
- 2007: In the end there was the deed of Elizabeth George, ISBN 978-3866047037
- 2010: Who Doomed to Death by Elizabeth George, Random House Audio, Cologne, ISBN 978-3837107333
- 2011: Higgins Clark, murder mystery box by Mary Higgins Clark (together with Marion Breckwoldt and Beate Himmelstoss ), the Hörverlag , ISBN 978-3-86717-766-5
Radio plays (selection)
- 1963: Horst Mönnich : At the end of the rainbow (Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dogg) - Director: Friedhelm Ortmann ( original radio play - WDR / SFB / SWF )
- 1966: Michael Noonan : The flying doctor on a chase (6 parts) (Sandra Simpson) - Director: Heinz Dieter Köhler (radio play - WDR)
- 1976: Kenneth Grahame : The Wind in the Willows - Director: Charlotte Niemann (Children's radio play - RB )
- 1977: Lars Gustafsson : Wollsachen - Director: Hermann Naber (radio play - SWF / NDR )
- 1980: Alan Alexander Milne : Pooh the Bear (9 parts) (Piglet) - adaptation, composition and direction: Charlotte Niemann (children's radio play - RB)
- 1982: Lars Gustafsson: The Tennis Players - Director: Hans Gerd Krogmann (radio play - WDR / NDR)
|1986||Jakob Kaiser Prize||Not bad||Won|
|1992||Television award from the Academy of Arts||Sleeping dogs||Won|
|2010||Bremen Town Musicians Prize||Won|
- Sabine Postel in theInternet Movie Database(English)
- Literature by and about Sabine Postel in the catalog of the German National Library
- Sabine Postel in the German synchronous file
- ^ Tatort commissioner and role model for women ( memento from December 7, 2015 in the Internet Archive ), on www.wdr2.de from December 7, 2015
- ↑ End of an era at the Bremen Tatort - Postel and Mommsen are giving up on augsburger-allgemeine.de
- ↑ News.de editors: Sabine Postel private: New luck after "Tatort" -Aus and death drama. Retrieved February 10, 2020 .
- ↑ Susanne Hengesbach: Veedel Tour: Through the Junkersdorf Sabine Postel. January 7, 2013, accessed on February 10, 2020 (German).
- ↑ Ina's night
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Postel-Riewoldt, Sabine (real name)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German actress, radio play and voice actress|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 10, 1954|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Neustadt am Rübenberge|