Here are 11 famous actresses from Austria were born in 1979:
Mavie Hörbiger (November 14, 1979 Munich-) a.k.a. Marvie Hörbiger is an Austrian actor.
She comes from a prominent family of actors in Austria and Germany. Her grandfather was the famous Austrian actor Paul Hörbiger and her mother is Christiane Hörbiger, who is also an accomplished actor. Mavie Hörbiger began her acting career in the late 1990s and has since appeared in numerous films, television shows and theatre productions. Some of her notable film credits include "Anatomy 2," "The Bone Man" and "Life Eternal." She has also received critical acclaim for her stage work, including her performances in "The Seagull" and "The Comedy of Errors." In addition to her acting career, Hörbiger is also a trained opera singer and has performed in various productions.
Angelika Niedetzky (February 2, 1979 Linz-) is an Austrian actor.
Niedetzky began her acting career in the early 2000s, appearing in various theater productions in Austria. She later ventured into film and television, and has since become a prominent figure in the country's entertainment industry. Her notable works include the TV series "Vorstadtweiber" and the film "Die Migrantigen", in which she starred and co-wrote. Alongside her acting career, Niedetzky is also a comedian and has performed stand-up comedy shows across Austria. She has been recognized for her contributions to the arts, receiving several awards including the Nestroy Theatre Prize for her performance in "Faust" in 2014. Niedetzky is known for her versatile acting skills and her ability to bring humor to her roles.
Lilian Klebow (October 31, 1979 Munich-) is an Austrian actor.
She is best known for her work in German television series and films. Klebow studied acting at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Munich and began her acting career on stage before transitioning to TV and film. She gained widespread recognition for her role as Anna Maiwald in the crime drama series "SOKO Leipzig", which she portrayed for over a decade. She has also had recurring roles in popular German television shows such as "Der Bulle von Tölz" and "In aller Freundschaft". In addition to her work in television, Klebow has also appeared in several films, including "Zeit der Fische" and "Tannbach".
Susanne Wuest (September 26, 1979 Vienna-) otherwise known as Susanne Elisabeth Wuest is an Austrian actor.
She started her acting career at the age of 18, playing minor roles in various Austrian TV shows and independent films. She gained international recognition for her critically acclaimed performance in the psychological horror movie "Goodnight Mommy" (2014), which was selected as the Austrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards.
Since then, Wuest has appeared in a variety of TV shows and films, both in Austria and internationally. She is known for her versatile acting skills and her ability to portray complex characters with depth and nuance. She has won several awards for her performances, including the Romy Award for Best Actress in a TV movie in 2018.
Besides acting, Wuest is also a trained dancer and has performed with the Vienna State Opera Ballet. She is known for her passion for nature and environmental causes and actively campaigns for various environmental organizations.
Karin Lischka (June 16, 1979 Vienna-) is an Austrian actor and singer.
Lischka began her career in musical theater and performed in various productions in Austria and Germany. She then transitioned to film and television, appearing in several Austrian and German productions.
In 2014, Lischka gained international attention for her role in the Austrian film "Macondo", which was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards. She received critical acclaim for her portrayal of the main character's mother in the film.
Aside from her acting career, Lischka is also a talented singer and has released several albums in the pop and electronic music genres. She has also collaborated with various musicians and composers in Austria and Germany.
Lischka continues to be actively involved in the Austrian entertainment industry and has been recognized for her contributions through numerous awards and nominations.
Romana Carén (January 2, 1979 Vienna-) also known as Romana Lakinger, Ro or Romy is an Austrian screenwriter, film director, vocal coach, actor, playwright, songwriter, poet, musician, author, structural engineer and film producer.
She studied structural engineering at the Technical University of Vienna before pursuing her passion for the arts. She has written and directed several award-winning short films, including "The Perfect Day" (2006) and "Beyond Words" (2009).
As a vocal coach, she has worked with many famous singers and actors, including Charlize Theron, Emma Stone, and Tom Hiddleston. She has also acted in several films and television shows, including "The Crown" and "Shameless".
In addition to her work in film and television, she is also a published author and poet. Her first book, "Silent Screams," was published in 2015 and her poetry has been featured in several literary magazines.
Romana is also a talented musician and songwriter. She has released several albums and her music has been featured in films and television shows, including "Grey's Anatomy" and "Sons of Anarchy".
Despite her many talents and accomplishments, Romana remains humble and dedicated to honing her craft. She continues to inspire and influence many aspiring artists around the world.
Pia Niederwimmer (July 6, 1979 Upper Austria-) also known as Pia Howard is an Austrian actor and radio personality.
She began her acting career in 1999 and has since appeared in various films, television shows and theater productions. She is known for her roles in the Austrian TV series, "CopStories" and "Vier Frauen und ein Todesfall". Apart from acting, Pia is also a radio personality and has hosted several radio shows on the Austrian station FM4. Over the years, Pia has received critical acclaim for her roles and has been nominated for various awards including the Romy Award for Best Actress. Off-screen, Pia is involved in various social and environmental causes and is an ambassador for several charities.
Marie-Christine Friedrich (August 30, 1979 Vienna-) a.k.a. Marie Christine Friedrich is an Austrian actor.
Marie-Christine Friedrich studied acting at the Vienna Conservatory and began her career in theatre. She then moved on to television and film, making her big-screen debut in 2009 in the Austrian film "Der Knochenmann". She is best known for her roles in the TV series "Soko Donau" and "Sennentuntschi". In addition to acting, Friedrich is also a singer, songwriter and musician. She released her debut album "Fall Awake" in 2009 and has since released several more albums. She has also performed in musicals, including "The Phantom of the Opera" and "Elisabeth". Friedrich is a versatile performer who has received critical acclaim for her work both on stage and on screen.
Élodie Navarre (January 21, 1979 Paris-) also known as Elodie Navarre is an Austrian actor.
Actually, Élodie Navarre is a French actress, not Austrian. She began her acting career in 1998, appearing in small roles in French television series and films. However, her breakthrough role came in 2002 when she played the female lead in the acclaimed French film "Cuisine et dépendances" directed by Philippe Muyl. She has since gone on to star in several successful French films, including "Les Amours secrètes" and "La Californie", as well as TV series such as "Mafiosa" and "Les Limiers". In addition to her acting career, Navarre is also an accomplished writer and has published two novels.
Silvia Maleen (January 17, 1979 Linz-) is an Austrian actor.
She started her career as a child actor and appeared in various plays and films. She gained popularity in the 1990s with her role in the Austrian TV series, "Kommissar Rex". Maleen has since appeared in numerous TV shows and films, both in Austria and internationally. In addition to acting, Maleen is also known for her work as a director and producer. She has directed several award-winning short films and has produced several TV series and films. Maleen is also an advocate for animal rights and has been involved in various campaigns aimed at promoting animal welfare.
Angelika Nidetzky (February 2, 1979 Linz-) is an Austrian actor and cabaret artist.
She grew up in Upper Austria and studied acting at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Graz. Nidetzky is best known for her roles in Austrian television shows and films, including "Vorstadtweiber" and "Die Migrantigen". She is also an accomplished cabaret artist, having performed in numerous productions with her long-time stage partner, writer and actress Lisa Eckhart. In addition to acting and comedy, Nidetzky is a trained singer and has appeared in several musical productions.