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URSULA STRAUSS

With her popularity and the wide range of roles she has graced, Ursula Strauss has long been a major figure in the Austrian cinema and television world. Now, after REVANCHE, she is appearing in the second film directed by Götz Spielmann. In OCTOBER NOVEMBER she plays the role of the older sister, Verena.

Vita

Born in 1974 in Melk, Lower Austria. After training as a nursery school teacher she studied drama at the Vienna Volkstheater (1993 to 1996). This was followed by numerous roles in the Theater in der Josefstadt, the Ensembletheater and the Volkstheater. For her performance in VIELLEICHT IN EINEM ANDEREN LEBEN (Director: Elisabeth Scharang) she received the 2012 Austrian Film Prize as Best Actress.


Films (selected)


2013 OCTOBER NOVEMBER
Director: Götz Spielmann

2011 SPUREN DES BÖSEN/RACHEENGEL
Director: Andreas Prochaska (TV-Film)

2010 MICHAEL
Director: Markus Schleinzer

2010 RUHM
Director: Isabel Kleefeld

2010 SCHNELL ERMITTELT
Director: Michael Riebl, Andreas Kopriva (TV-Series, 2007–2012)

2009 VIELLEICHT IN EINEM ANDEREN LEBEN
Director: Elisabeth Scharang

2009 MEIN BESTER FEIND
Director: Wolfgang Murnberger

2009 AUFSCHNEIDER
Director: David Schalko (TV-Serie)

2008 REVANCHE
Director: Götz Spielmann

2007 EIN HALBES LEBEN
Director: Nikolaus Leytner (TV-Film)

2005 FALLEN!
Director: Barbara Albert

2004 CRASH TEST DUMMIES
Director: Jörg Kalt

2004 KOTSCH
Director: Helmut Köpping

2003 BÖSE ZELLEN
Director: Barbara Albert

2001 GELBE KIRSCHEN
Director: Leopold Lummerstorfer


Theatre (selected)


LA DONNA DI GARBO
Director: M. Scheday
Volkstheater Wien

DER DIENER ZWEIER HERREN
Director: M. Scheday
Ensembletheater Wien

GLAUBE, LIEBE, HOFFNUNG
Director: M. Scheday
Ensembletheater Wien

DAS KÄTHCHEN VON HEILBRONN
Director: S. Mohr
Stadttheater Klagenfurt

VIEL LÄRM UM NICHTS
Director: M. de Nardo
Theater in der Josefstadt

LEONCE UND LENA
Director: M. Scheday
Ensembletheater Wien

JEDEM DAS SEINE
Director: M. Sturminger
Stadttheater Klagenfurt

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