Birgit Minichmayr – Biography and Filmography

Birgit Minichmayr - Biography and Filmography

Birgit Minichmayr – biography and filmography

  Birgit Minichmayr on 3 April 1997 born in the Austrian Linz. She studied at Vienna’s Max Reinhardt Seminar.

1999 she made her debut at the Burgtheater in Vienna – where she is now a member of the ensemble -) as a prostitute in Arthur Schnitzler The Dance of Youth (#.
On the big screen, she was among others in Barbara Albert’s Fallen (2006), Doris Dörrie’s Cherry Blossoms – Hanami (2007) and see in The Downfall (2004), directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel on. On television she starred in the crime scene ORF Bad Blood (2000, directed by Peter Sower) and was in the TV movie Daniel Käfer – The Villas of women Hürsch (2004, director: Julian Roman Pölsler ).

Birgit Minichmayr with NESTROY-Theater in 2000 for the Best Young
The dyer and his twin brother awarded at the Burgtheater. In 2003 she was awarded the Ulrich Wildgruber Prize for the promotion of young actors. In 2004, the price has been NESTROY went at it again, this time for Best Actress in the role of Medea in Grillparzer The Golden Fleece at the Burgtheater.
For her role in Maren Ade All Others Birgit Minichmayr awarded at the 2009 Berlinale’s Silver Bear for Best Actress.

Filmography – Birgit Minichmayr

2009
The White Band (directed by Michael Haneke)
(# ) 2008
All Other (Director: Maren Ade)
The Bone Man (directed by Wolfgang Murnberger)

2007
Cherry Blossoms – Hanami (directed by Doris Dorrie)

2006
Polizeiruf 110 – Kellerkind (TV) (Director: Titus Selge)
Midsummer Madness (Janu nakts) (TV) (director: Alexander Hahn)
The Perfume (Director: Tom Tykwer)
Fallen ( Director: Barbara Albert)

2004
Spiele Leben (TV) (directed by Antonin Svoboda)

2003
Hotel (Director: Jessica Hauser)
The Fall (directed Oliver Hirschbiegel)

If 2002
Learning (directed Handloegten Hendrik)

2001
game in the morning (TV) (Director: Gotz Spielmann)

2000
Taking Sides (Director: István Szabó)

1999
Farewell – Brecht’s Last Summer (directed by Jan Schütte)

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Birgit Minichmayr – biography and filmography

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