Austrian movie stars born in 1969

Here are 5 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1969:

Simone Stelzer

Simone Stelzer (October 1, 1969 Vienna-) otherwise known as Simone is an Austrian actor.

Simone began her career in the entertainment industry as a child performer when she joined the Vienna Children's Choir. She later switched to acting, studying at the Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna. Her big break came when she landed the lead role in the Austrian television series "Ein Schloß am Wörthersee" in 1990, which made her a household name in Austria and Germany. Simone has since appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including "Kaisermühlen Blues" and "Kommissar Rex". In addition to her acting career, Simone is also a successful singer and has released several albums. She is known for her powerful voice and has performed in musicals such as "Cats" and "Elisabeth". Outside of her work, Simone is a dedicated animal rights activist and has been involved in various campaigns to raise awareness about animal welfare issues.

Barbara Demmer

Barbara Demmer (June 21, 1969 Villach-) is an Austrian set decorator and actor.

She has worked on various film and television productions such as "Inglourious Basterds" (2009), "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (2014), and "The Crown" (2016-). Demmer studied at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and later worked as a set decorator for Vienna's Burgtheater before transitioning into the film industry. In addition to her work behind the scenes, Demmer has also appeared onscreen in several Austrian TV shows and films. She has been nominated for and won multiple awards for her work, including a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period or Fantasy Program (One Hour or More) for "The Crown."

Stefanie Schuster

Stefanie Schuster (April 19, 1969 Oberstdorf-) is an Austrian actor.

She grew up in a family of skiers but decided to pursue acting instead. Schuster attended drama school in Vienna and began her acting career on stage before transitioning to film and television. She has appeared in numerous popular German-language TV shows and movies, including the long-running crime drama "Tatort" and the comedy series "Vorstadtweiber". Schuster is also active in the theater world, having performed in productions at prestigious venues such as the Vienna Volkstheater and the Salzburg Festival. In addition to her acting work, she also does voiceover work for radio and audiobooks. Schuster is known for her versatile acting skills and has received critical acclaim for her performances in both comedic and dramatic roles.

Gisela Salcher

Gisela Salcher (May 14, 1969 Waidhofen an der Ybbs-) a.k.a. Gisella Salcher is an Austrian actor.

She trained at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and later at the State Theater School in Moscow. Salcher is known for her work in both theater and film, having appeared in productions such as "Faust", "Hamlet", and "The Importance of Being Earnest". She received critical acclaim for her lead role in the film "Hundstage" (Dog Days) directed by Ulrich Seidl which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2001. In addition to acting, Salcher is also a writer and director, having written and directed the short film "Zwischen" and the play "Die Verbotene Stadt" (The Forbidden City).

Nicole Beutler

Nicole Beutler (June 6, 1969 Vienna-) also known as Nicole Regina Beutler or Nicole R. Beutler is an Austrian actor.

Nicole Beutler began her acting career in Vienna, Austria before moving to the United States to pursue her passion. She has appeared in a number of films and television shows, including "The Sopranos," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," and "The Blacklist." In addition to acting, Beutler is also an accomplished dancer, having trained in modern, jazz, and ballet styles. She has performed as a dancer in several productions, including the Broadway musical "Chicago." Beutler is known for her versatility as an artist and her ability to bring depth and emotion to each of her performances.

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