Claudia Michelsen

Claudia Michelsen

Darstellerin
*04.02.1969 Dresden

Biography

Claudia Michelsen, born on February 4th, 1969, in Dresden, attended Ernst Busch drama school in Berlin and played her first part in Rainer Simon's film "Die Besteigung des Chimburazo". At the same time, she further pursued her theatre career: From 1990 to 1995 she was a cast member of Berlin's Volksbühne where she performed in productions of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and as Ulrike Meinhof in "Rosa Luxemburg – Rote Rosen für Dich".

Then, from the mid-1990s on, Claudia Michelsen was mainly to be seen in TV productions and played leading roles in ambitious major TV movies like Heinrich Breloer's "Todesspiel" or Roland Suso Richter's "Der Tunnel" (The Tunnel). Furthermore, Michelsen received the Max Ophuels prize for best actress for her role in the television play "Das schafftst du nie". Her critically acclaimed performance in the black comedy "Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabass" (Three Chinamen with a Double Bass) in 1999 heralded Michelsen's return to the cinema for a series of roles, mostly in minor parts. But in 2006 she again appeared in a leading role and played alongside Götz George in "Maria an Callas" (Maria To Callas), a romantic drama.

This was followed by supporting roles in the successful children's film "Paulas Geheimnis" and the third and fourth installments of the "Wilde Kerle" franchise. In 2007, Michelsen starred opposite Devid Striesow in the TV drama "12 heisst: Ich liebe Dich" about a East German citizen who is arrested for her Western contacts and subsequently falls in love with her interrogator. The same year, she played the lead in "42plus" which centers around a married woman who starts an affair with a teenage boy. Apart from a supporting part in Sönke Wortmann's bestseller adaptation "Die Päpstin" (2009), Michelsen focused her career on television work in the following three years and joined the cast of the crime series "Flemming". In 2010, the female lead in the comedy "Mensch Kotschie" marked her return to the silver screen.

Filmography

2017/2018 Mackie Messer - Brechts Dreigroschenfilm
Cast
 
2017/2018 Ku'damm 59
Cast
 
2016/2017 Götter in Weiß
Cast
 
2016/2017 Dünnes Eis
Cast
 
2016/2017 1917 - Der wahre Oktober
Voice
 
2015/2016 Vier gegen die Bank
Cast
 
2015/2016 Endstation
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2015/2016 Ku'damm 56
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2014/2015 Wendemanöver
Cast
 
2014/2015 Aus der Haut
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2014/2015 Im Zweifel
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2014 Honig im Kopf
Cast
 
2014 Eine mörderische Idee
Cast
 
2013/2014 In der Falle
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2013/2014 Männertreu
Cast
 
2012/2013 Grenzgang
Cast
 
2012/2013 Stärke 6
Cast
 
2012-2014 Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss
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2012 Tote lügen besser

Cast
 
2011/2012 Der Turm
Cast
 
2011 Das Dorf
Cast
 
2011 Und dennoch lieben wir
Cast
 
2010/2011 Nasse Sachen
Cast
 
2010/2011 Unter Druck
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2010/2011 Der Chinese
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2009/2010 Die Geisel
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2009/2010 Das letzte Schweigen
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2009 Sieben Tage
Cast
 
2009 Mensch Kotschie
Cast
 
2008/2009 Die Päpstin
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2008/2009 Der Mann auf der Brücke
Cast
 
2007 12 heisst: Ich liebe Dich
Cast
 
2006/2007 Die wilden Kerle 4
Cast
 
2006 Sackratten
Cast
 
2006 Fay Grim
Cast
 
2006 Auf ewig und einen Tag
Cast
 
2005/2006 Paulas Geheimnis
Cast
 
2005/2006 Die wilden Kerle 3
Cast
 
2005-2007 Nachtgeflüster
Cast
 
2005 Hölle im Kopf
Cast
 
2004-2006 Maria an Callas
Cast
 
2004 Falsche Träume
Cast
 
2003/2004 Napola
Cast
 
2002 Der Anwalt und sein Gast
Cast
 
2000/2001 Der Tunnel
Cast
 
1999/2000 Falling Rocks
Cast
 
1998/1999 Letzter Atem
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1998/1999 Todesengel
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1998/1999 Drei Chinesen mit dem Kontrabaß
Cast
 
1998 Nicht ohne meine Eltern
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1996/1997 Todesspiel
Cast
 
1994-1996 Brennendes Herz
Cast
 
1994 Das schafft die nie
Cast
 
1992 Lenz. Ich aber werde dunkel sein
Cast
 
1990/1991 Wer hat Angst vor Rot, Gelb, Blau?
Cast
 
1988/1989 Die Besteigung des Chimborazo
Cast
 

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