Austrian movie stars born in 1957

Here are 7 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1957:

Miki Malör

Miki Malör (August 29, 1957 Vienna-) is an Austrian theatre director, actor and singer.

Born in Vienna, Miki Malör started his career as a child actor on stage and in television commercials. He then went on to study acting and directing at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna. After completing his studies, he worked as a theatre director in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, receiving critical acclaim for his innovative productions.

In addition to his work in theatre, Malör is also a talented singer and has released several albums over the years. He has collaborated with musicians from various genres, including jazz, pop and classical.

Malör is widely recognized for his contributions to Austrian culture and has been awarded numerous honors for his work as a director and actor. He is known for his unique vision and ability to engage audiences with his dynamic performances. Today, he continues to work on new projects in theatre and music.

Brigitte Karner

Brigitte Karner (December 12, 1957 Völkermarkt-) a.k.a. Brigitte Karner Simonischek is an Austrian actor. Her child is called Kaspar Simonischek.

Brigitte Karner began her acting career in 1979 as part of the ensemble at the Vienna Burgtheater. From then on, she appeared in various theater productions, movies, and TV shows. Karner has won several awards for her acting, including Best Actress at the 1995 Film Festival Cottbus for her performance in "Kaltgestellt" and the Best Supporting Actress award at the 2000 Adolf Grimme Awards for "Wer liebt, dem wachsen Flügel". In addition to her acting career, she has also worked as a dubbing artist and directed a number of short films. Karner has been married to Austrian actor Peter Simonischek since 1989.

Marie Colbin

Marie Colbin (November 18, 1957 Gmunden-) is an Austrian actor and author.

She studied acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and made her acting debut in 1979 in the production "The Manns - A Novel of the Century". She then became a well-known television actress in Austria, starring in several popular series such as "Julia - Eine ungewöhnliche Frau" and "Kaisermühlen Blues".

In addition to her successful acting career, Colbin has also published several books. Her debut novel, "Rabenstein", was published in 1993 and won the Austrian State Prize for Literature. She has since released several other successful novels and poetry collections.

Colbin is also known for her social and political activism, particularly her efforts to raise awareness about climate change and the environment. She has been involved in several environmental organizations and was a supporter of the Green Party in Austria.

Mona Seefried

Mona Seefried (March 30, 1957 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor. She has one child, Laura Maria Schneiderhan.

Mona Seefried began her acting career in the 1970s as a theater actress in Munich, Germany. In 1981, she made her film debut in the popular German TV series "Tatort". She is best known for her role as Charlotte Saalfeld in the long-running German soap opera "Sturm der Liebe" ("Storm of Love"), a role she played for 14 years from 2005 to 2019.

Seefried has also appeared in numerous German films and TV series throughout her career, including "Derrick", "Der Bulle von Tölz", and "Küstenwache". In addition to her acting career, she is also a trained opera singer and has performed in various operas in Germany and Austria.

Seefried has received numerous awards for her work as an actor, including the Bavarian TV Award for Best Actress in 2011 for her performance in "Sturm der Liebe". She is also a dedicated philanthropist and has been involved in various charitable organizations throughout her career.

Olivia Silhavy

Olivia Silhavy (July 25, 1957 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

She began her acting career in 1980 with a role in the film "Kassbach - Ein Porträt". She then appeared in a number of Austrian and German films and TV shows, including the popular German TV series "Tatort" and "Ein Fall für zwei". Silhavy is also known for her voice acting work in German dubs of animated films and TV series, such as "The Incredibles" and "Power Rangers". In addition to her acting career, she is also a trained singer and has performed in various stage productions throughout her career.

Sainkho Namtchylak

Sainkho Namtchylak (March 11, 1957 Tuva-) also known as Sainkho Nahchylak, Sainkho Namchylak, Sainkho, Сайнхо Намчылак, Саинхо Намчылак, Namtchylak, Sainkho or Людмила Окан-ооловна Намчылак is an Austrian singer, voice actor, actor and composer.

Born in Tuva, a small republic in Siberia, Sainkho Namtchylak is known for her unique style of throat singing, which she learned from the time she was a child. She studied music at the Gnessin Institute in Moscow and later moved to Austria to continue her musical career.

Besides her vocal talents, Sainkho is known for her versatility and diverse collaborations with musicians around the world. She has worked with acclaimed artists such as Ryuchi Sakamoto and Jan Bang, and also with traditional throat singers and instrumentalists from her homeland.

As an actor, Sainkho has appeared in several films such as "Genghis Blues" and "The Two Horses of Genghis Khan" which showcased the Tuvan culture, music and traditions.

Sainkho's music is a blend of traditional Tuvan motifs with contemporary soundscapes, improvisations and experimental elements. Her music has been lauded for its passionate expressions of the human experience, and Sainkho is regarded as one of the most innovative and creative musicians in the world today.

Brigitte Karner Simonischek

Brigitte Karner Simonischek (December 12, 1957 Völkermarkt-) is an Austrian actor. She has two children, Kaspar Simonischek and Benedikt Simonischek.

Karner Simonischek began her career in theater in the late 1970s and later transitioned to film and television. She has appeared in numerous Austrian and German productions, including the critically acclaimed films "Komm, süßer Tod" (Come Sweet Death) and "Die Fälscher" (The Counterfeiters). In addition to her acting work, Karner Simonischek is also a voice actress and has dubbed several foreign films and TV shows into German. She has received several awards for her work, including the Romy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2017 for her role in the TV series "Vorstadtweiber".

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