Simone von Zglinicki

Simone von Zglinicki

Darstellerin
*03.09.1951 Chemnitz

Biography

Simone von Zglinicki was born September 3, 1951, in Karl-Marx-Stadt (today: Chemnitz). After finishing high school, she started to study acting at Theaterhochschule "Hans Otto" in Leipzig in 1969 where she graduated five years later.

In 1974, she was employed by Deutsches Theater. Zglinicki is a cast member of the theatre to date. At Deutsches Theater, she soon became one of the ensemble"s most important actresses but she also appeared in leading roles on the movies screen directly from the beginning of her acting career. In Hermann Zschoche"s film "Liebe mit 16", she played 16-year old Ina who is together with 18-year old Matti and spends a night with him although her parents are against the relationship. She then played a young seamstress in the DEFA fantasy film "Hans Röckle und der Teufel" and celebrated a huge success with her leading role in "Für die Liebe noch zu mager?" ("Too Skinny for Love"), directed by Bernhard Stephan. In the film, Zglinicki played the childish skilled worker Susanna who does not get recognized as a woman by her male colleagues and particularly by Lutz whom she has fallen in love with.

Simone von Zglinicki appeared in numerous movies in sometimes larger, sometimes smaller roles. In the film "Eine Handvoll Hoffnung", she played the switchboard operator Anneliese Weyher whose life is sunken in lethargy after the war until seems to revive after she meets again with Kurt, her old love. Zglinicki also starred alongside Jenny Gröllmann and Armin Mueller-Stahl in Roland Gräf"s film "Die Flucht" ("The Flight", 1977).


At the same time, she also appeared regularly in TV productions. She took over roles in the TV crime series "Polizeiruf 110", for instance, in the episode "Die letzte Chance" (1978), or in the equally popular TV series "Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort". She also played important roles in director Roland Gräf"s film "Märkische Forschungen" (1982) or as preschool teacher Edith in the multiple award-winning children"s film "Sabine Kleist, 7 Jahre" (1982), directed by Helmut Dziuba.

After the German reunification, Simone von Zglinicki continued her acting career on stage and on TV but has rarely appeared in productions for the movie screen since. She starred under director Margarethe von Trotta in "Das Versprechen" ("The Promise", 1994). Furthermore, she worked twice with director Andreas Dresen. He gave her roles in "Das andere Leben des Herrn Krein" (1994) and in his TV movie "Raus aus der Haut" ("Changing Skins", 1997). On TV, Zglinicki appeared, for instance, in the early evening TV series "Großstadtrevier", in an episode of the TV crime film series "Schimanski", in the "Polizeiruf 110" episode "Bei Klingelzeichen Mord" (2001), or in the multi-part TV movie "Klemperer – Ein Leben in Deutschland" (1999). Besides her film and TV work, she regularly performs at the theatre.

Simone von Zglinicki lives in Berlin.

Filmography

2010 Das rote Zimmer
Cast
 
2007 Die Falle
Cast
 
2006/2007 Die Anwältin
Cast
 
2005/2006 Sonnenfinsternis
Cast
 
2003 Atlantis
Cast
 
2002/2003 Wolfsburg
Cast
 
2000/2001 Bei Klingelzeichen Mord
Cast
 
1999/2000 Böse Wetter
Cast
 
1999/2000 Anna Wunder
Cast
 
1997 Raus aus der Haut
Cast
 
1996 Kurzer Traum
Cast
 
1995/1996 Bei Aufschlag Mord
Cast
 
1995 Sprung ins Glück
Cast
 
1994 Das andere Leben des Herrn Kreins
Cast
 
1993/1994 Das Versprechen
Cast
 
1991 Vanek-Trilogie
Cast
 
1990 Blonder Tiger - Schwarzer Tango
Cast
 
1988/1989 Schulmeister Spitzbart
Cast
 
1988 Passage
Cast
 
1988 Stunde der Wahrheit
Cast
 
1985/1986 Fahrschule
Cast
 
1984 Ach du meine Liebe
Cast
 
1983/1984 Erscheinen Pflicht
Cast
 
1982/1983 Der Bastard
Cast
 
1982/1983 Alleinstehend
Cast
 
1981/1982 Märkische Forschungen
Cast
 
1981/1982 Sabine Kleist, 7 Jahre
Cast
 
1981 Wie wär's mit uns beiden?
Cast
 
1979 Des Lebens Überfluß
Cast
 
1978/1979 Schatzsucher
Cast
 
1978/1979 Die Birke da oben
Cast
 
1978 Die letzte Chance
Cast
 
1978 Olle Kamellen
Voice
 
1977/1978 Eine Handvoll Hoffnung
Cast
 
1976/1977 Die Flucht
Cast
 
1976 Der Hasenhüter
dubbed by
 
1973/1974 Der Untergang der Emma
Cast
 
1973/1974 Hans Röckle und der Teufel
Cast
 
1973/1974 Liebe mit 16
Cast
 
1973/1974 Für die Liebe noch zu mager?
Cast
 

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