Steffi Friis

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Steffi Friis (born August 21, 1993 in Solothurn , bourgeois Stefanie Selina Friis ) is a Swiss - Danish actress .


In the 2010/11 season Steffi Friis was on stage at the Lucerne Theater as Solvejg in Peer Gynt in a production by Þorleifur Örn Arnarsson . In 2012 she made her television debut in the crime scene episode scalpel in which she appeared in the role of Claudia Caflisch and played with the Youth Theater Solothurn the role of Maren in Creeps by Lutz Hübner .

In 2016 she began studying acting at the Bern University of the Arts , completing her degree in 2019 as a Bachelor of Arts . In the 2018/19 season she performed at Theater Basel as Betty Paris in Witches Hunt under Robert Icke, as Bianca in Othello X under Nuran David Calis and as a laundress in Yerma .

In the SRF series The Undertaker , she was seen in an episode role. In the movie comedy Eden for everyone by director Rolf Lyssy based on the documentary Our Garden of Eden (2010) by Mano Khalil , she took on the female lead of the student Nelly alongside Marc Sway in 2020 . She previously worked with Lyssy on the film The Last Punch (2017).

In addition to Swiss German , she speaks Danish as her mother tongue.

Filmography (selection)

  • 2012: Tatort: ​​Scalpel (TV series)
  • 2012: Friends (short film)
  • 2014: Parents (short film)
  • 2015: The Hamster (TV movie)
  • 2017: The divine order
  • 2017: Zwiespalt (TV movie)
  • 2017: The last punch line
  • 2019: The Undertaker (TV series, one episode)
  • 2020: Eden for everyone

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A b c Friis, Steffi: Bern University of the Arts (HKB) Students - Theater. In: hkbstudierendetheater. Retrieved August 20, 2020 .
  2. a b c Cast Forward: Steffi Friis. In: Retrieved August 20, 2020 .
  3. a b Cast Upload: Steffi Friis. In: Retrieved August 20, 2020 .
  4. Steffi Friis. In: Retrieved August 20, 2020 .
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  6. Jean-Claude Galli: Steffi Friis (26) played the leading role in the new Lyssy film. In: . August 20, 2020, accessed August 20, 2020 .