Biography

Helene Hegemann is a German writer, actress, singer/songwriter and film director. She is best known for "Axolotl Overkill", published in 2010. A book that put Helene on all the top chatshows and in the arts pages of every German newspapers. At the height of the furore, Hegemann was the focus of a campaign spearheaded by German literary giant Günter Grass to protect writers' intellectual copyright. Some critics went so far as to suggest the novel had been written by her father.

Helene Hegemann is a German writer, actress, singer/songwriter and film director. She is best known for "Axolotl Overkill", published in 2010. A book that put Helene on all the top chatshows and in the arts pages of every German newspapers. At the height of the furore, Hegemann was the focus of a campaign spearheaded by German literary giant Günter Grass to protect writers' intellectual copyright. Some critics went so far as to suggest the novel had been written by her father.

Personal Info

Known For Writing

Gender Female

Known Credits 5

Birthday 1992-02-19

Place of Birth Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

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Writing TV ShowsMovies

2017 Axolotl OverkillNovel
2017 Axolotl OverkillScreenplay
2008 TorpedoWriter

Acting

2016 Wer hat Angst vor Sibylle Berg? as Herself
2015 Dreamgirls as Bocklose Praktikantin
2009 Deutschland 09 - 13 kurze Filme zur Lage der Nation

Directing

2017 Axolotl OverkillDirector
2008 TorpedoDirector

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