Biography

Nora Marie Tschirner (* 12. June 1981 in East Berlin) is a German actress, musician and former presenter. Nora Tschirner was born as the daughter of documentary film director Joachim Tschirner and radio journalist Waltraud Tschirner. She grew up in the East Berlin district of Pankow and has several brothers and sisters. After primary school she attended the Rosa Luxemburg High School, where she graduated in 2000.[1] At school she was involved in various theatre groups. This not only helped her to take part in school theatre competitions in Mühlhausen/Thuringia and Magdeburg, but also in 1997 to a first television role in the ZDF children's series Achterbahn in the episode Der Ferienjob.

Tschirner began her acting career with a supporting role in Connie Walther's Wie Feuer und Flamme (2001) and the female leading role in the ARD Vorabenddserie Sternenfänger (2002). In 2003 she played alongside Matthias Schweighöfer in Soloalbum, the film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Benjamin von Stuckrad-Barre. In the same year she made her stage debut at the Hamburg Schauspielhaus in Trainspotting. In 2005 she played in Anno Sauls Kebab Connection. She has also played several supporting roles in several TV series, including A Strong Team and Section 40. She starred alongside Christian Ulmen as the female lead in the feature FC Venus - Attack is the Best Defense. In 2006 she shot the science fiction series Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot for ZDF, a film adaptation of Stanisław Lem's Star Diaries, which was awarded the German Television Prize and nominated for the Grimme Prize. In 2007 she took on the role of Til Schweiger's adversary in the highly successful romantic comedy Keinohrhasen, which was released on December 20, 2007, and two years later in the sequel Zweiohrküken. In 2009 she was featured as a ladybird in the episode 2472 of Sesame Street.[4] The second season of Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot followed in 2011.

Nora Marie Tschirner (* 12. June 1981 in East Berlin) is a German actress, musician and former presenter. Nora Tschirner was born as the daughter of documentary film director Joachim Tschirner and radio journalist Waltraud Tschirner. She grew up in the East Berlin district of Pankow and has several brothers and sisters. After primary school she attended the Rosa Luxemburg High School, where she graduated in 2000.[1] At school she was involved in various theatre groups. This not only helped her to take part in school theatre competitions in Mühlhausen/Thuringia and Magdeburg, but also in 1997 to a first television role in the ZDF children's series Achterbahn in the episode Der Ferienjob.

Tschirner began her acting career with a supporting role in Connie Walther's Wie Feuer und Flamme (2001) and the female leading role in the ARD Vorabenddserie Sternenfänger (2002). In 2003 she played alongside Matthias Schweighöfer in Soloalbum, the film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Benjamin von Stuckrad-Barre. In the same year she made her stage debut at the Hamburg Schauspielhaus in Trainspotting. In 2005 she played in Anno Sauls Kebab Connection. She has also played several supporting roles in several TV series, including A Strong Team and Section 40. She starred alongside Christian Ulmen as the female lead in the feature FC Venus - Attack is the Best Defense. In 2006 she shot the science fiction series Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot for ZDF, a film adaptation of Stanisław Lem's Star Diaries, which was awarded the German Television Prize and nominated for the Grimme Prize. In 2007 she took on the role of Til Schweiger's adversary in the highly successful romantic comedy Keinohrhasen, which was released on December 20, 2007, and two years later in the sequel Zweiohrküken. In 2009 she was featured as a ladybird in the episode 2472 of Sesame Street.[4] The second season of Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot followed in 2011.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 46

Birthday 1981-06-12

Place of Birth Berlin - Germany

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Also Known As

  • Nora Marie Tschirner

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 Arthurs Gesetz (6 episodes) as Claudia Lehmann
2016 Text for You as Katja
2016 Gut zu Vögeln as Achim
2016 Schulz & Böhmermann (1 episode)
2015 Macho Man as Tätowiererin
2015 Wer weiß denn sowas? (5 episodes) as herself
2014 Everything is Love as Kiki
2014 Die unwahrscheinlichen Ereignisse im Leben von ... (1 episode)
2013 Everyone's Going to Die as Melanie
2013 Girl on a Bicycle as Greta Kluge
2012 The Horse on the Balcony as Lara
2012 Offroad as Meike Pelzer
2011 1Live Talk mit Frau Heinrich (1 episode)
2011 Alive and Ticking as Personalleiterin
2011 The Crocodiles 3 as Hannes' Mutter
2010 Bon appétit as Hanna
2010 Hier kommt Lola as Penelope Agatha Livia Steg
2010 The Crocodiles Strike Back as Hannes’ Mutter
2009 Rabbit Without Ears 2 as Anna Gotzlowski
2009 La noche que dejó de llover as La rusa
2009 Wickie the Viking as Waschweib Nr. 2
2009 The Crocodiles as Hannes Mutter
2009 Killing Is My Business, Honey as Julia Steffens
2008 Doctor’s Diary (2 episodes) as Mitzi Knechtelsdorfer
2007 Rabbit Without Ears as Anna Gotzlowski
2007 Das letzte Stück Himmel as Laura Melzer
2007 Inas Nacht (1 episode)
2007 Alice im Niemandsland as Alice
2007 Ijon Tichy: Raumpilot (14 episodes) as Analoge Halluzinelle
2006 The Conclave as Vanozza
2006 FC Venus as Anna Rothe
2006 Die ProSieben Märchenstunde (1 episode) as Hexe
2004 Kebab Connection as Titzi
2003 Soloalbum as Katharina
2002 Sternenfänger (26 episodes) as Paula Behringer
2001 Never Mind the Wall as Anya
2001 Abschnitt 40 (1 episode) as Leyla
1997 Deutscher Comedypreis (1 episode) as herself
1995 The Harald Schmidt Show (1 episode)
1992 Achterbahn (1 episode)
1990 Romy- Verleihung (1 episode) as herself
1981 Wanna bet, that..? (1 episode)
1970 Scene of the Crime (2 episodes) as Kriminalhauptkommissarin Kira Dorn (3 episodes) as Kriminalkommissarin Kira Dorn (3 episodes) as Kira Dorn
1964 Grimme-Preis-Verleihung (1 episode) as herself
1948 Bambi-Verleihung (1 episode) as herself

Production

2016 Embrace Production Executive

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