Austrian movie stars born in 1972

Here are 8 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1972:

Muriel Baumeister

Muriel Baumeister (January 24, 1972 Salzburg-) otherwise known as Muriel Baumeister Noël or Muriel Baumeister-Noel is an Austrian actor. Her children are called Frieda Besson and Linus Strecker.

Muriel Baumeister started her acting career at a young age and appeared in several Austrian television series and films. She has won critical acclaim for her performances in films such as "Die Kommissarin" and "Siska". She has also starred in many German television shows and has won several awards for her performances. Baumeister is known for her versatility as an actor and has played a wide range of characters in her career. Outside of acting, Baumeister is a trained equestrian and has competed in show jumping competitions. She is also actively involved in various charitable organizations, including organizations that help refugees and children.

Feo Aladag

Feo Aladag (January 13, 1972 Vienna-) otherwise known as Feo Aladağ, Feodora Schenk or Feo Schenk is an Austrian actor, film director, screenwriter and film producer.

Born in Vienna in 1972, Feo Aladag is a highly accomplished Austrian artist who has made a name for herself in the film industry. She began her career as an actor before moving into direction, screenwriting, and producing. With a passion for film-making, Aladag has contributed significantly to the world of cinema with works that have been highly acclaimed and awarded.

Aladag's work often focuses on issues of identity, belonging, and displacement. Her directorial debut was the award-winning drama film "When We Leave" (2010), which tells the story of a young Turkish-German woman living in Germany, struggling to escape an abusive marriage and regain her independence.

In addition to her work in film, Aladag has also acted in several TV shows and movies, earning critical acclaim for her performances. She has been recognized for her contributions to the film industry with numerous prestigious awards and nominations from various international film festivals.

Despite being highly acclaimed and respected in the entertainment world, Aladag remains humble and committed to using her platform to raise awareness for social issues such as the refugee crisis and the impact of war on families.

Yelda Reynaud

Yelda Reynaud (January 17, 1972 Vienna-) also known as Yelda Kaymakçı, Yelda Kaymakçı Reynaud or Yelda Kaymakci is an Austrian actor and film producer.

Born to a Turkish father and Austrian mother, Yelda Reynaud grew up in Vienna and studied acting at the School of Arts in Graz, Austria. She began her career in theater before transitioning to film and television. Reynaud has appeared on Turkish, Austrian, and American television shows, and has also produced several award-winning short films. She is known for her work promoting diversity and multiculturalism in the arts, and has served as a spokesperson for organizations such as UN Women and UNICEF. In addition to her career in entertainment, Reynaud is also a trained psychologist and has worked as a therapist for children and refugees.

Eva Löbau

Eva Löbau (April 26, 1972 Waiblingen-) is an Austrian actor.

She studied acting at the renowned Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and began her career in theater productions. Löbau has acted in a variety of films and TV series, including the award-winning German film "Komm, süßer Tod" ("Come Sweet Death") in 2000, and had a recurring role on the German TV drama "Im Angesicht des Verbrechens" ("In the Face of Crime") in 2010. In addition to her work as an actor, she has also lent her voice to various audio plays and is a trained radio announcer. Löbau has been recognized for her work with several awards, including the Austrian Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2001.

Doris Schretzmayer

Doris Schretzmayer (May 31, 1972 Tulln an der Donau-) is an Austrian actor.

Doris Schretzmayer attended the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna where she studied acting before she made her feature film debut in the 1995 drama "Exit... Nur keine Panik". Schretzmayer has since appeared in numerous films, TV shows and theater productions, earning critical acclaim for her diverse range of performances. In 2010, she was awarded the Romy award for Best Actress for her role in the drama film "Die Unabsichtliche Entführung der Frau Elfriede Ott". Alongside her acting career, Schretzmayer is also a voice-over artist and has lent her voice to various films and TV shows.

Ruth Brauer-Kvam

Ruth Brauer-Kvam (February 8, 1972 Vienna-) a.k.a. Ruth Brauer is an Austrian actor.

She is best known for her work in the Austrian film industry and has appeared in numerous Austrian TV series and films. Brauer-Kvam graduated from the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and began her acting career in theater before transitioning to film and television. Some of her notable performances include her roles in the films "Muttertag" and "In 3 Tagen Bist Du Tot". In addition to acting, Brauer-Kvam has also worked as a television presenter, hosting several shows in Austria. Outside of her entertainment career, she is also known for her involvement in environmental activism and animal rights advocacy.

Julia Cencig

Julia Cencig (September 18, 1972 Salzburg-) is an Austrian actor.

She began her acting career in the early 1990s, appearing in several Austrian films and TV shows. One of her breakthrough roles was in the Austrian crime drama series "Inspector Rex" in 1997, where she played the character of Niki Herzog for multiple seasons. Apart from her work in television, Julia has also acted in several theatre productions and films. She has received critical acclaim for her performances in various productions and has won multiple awards for her acting skills. Alongside her acting career, Julia is also involved in several charity works and has contributed to various social causes, including the fight against cancer.

Heidelinde Pfaffenbichler

Heidelinde Pfaffenbichler (August 18, 1972 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor.

Heidelinde Pfaffenbichler was born in Vienna, Austria on August 18, 1972. She started her acting career in theater and later transitioned to film and television. Pfaffenbichler has appeared in many popular Austrian and German TV series including "Tatort", "Soko Kitzbühel", and "Polizeiruf 110". She has also appeared in several Austrian and German films such as "Freispiel", "Himmel oder Hölle", and "Poppen". In addition to her acting work, Pfaffenbichler is also a trained voice-over artist and has lent her voice to numerous films and advertisements.

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