Bibiana Beglau /
Bibiana Beglau’s intensive studies of human behavior are clearly reflected in her film roles. The actress defines her figures exactly and, with her acute presence, gives them a profound corporeality on the screen.
She confidently portrays the contradictory emotions of her characters and brings them enduringly to life with her art. Whether as the fragile lover of a child murderer, as a disillusioned terrorist or as the widow of an alleged suicide, time and again, she succeeds in creating moving performances that are widely acclaimed by the public as well as by the feuilleton.
The precision and range of Bibiana Beglau’s acting were recognized very early on by directors such as Christian Görlitz, Connie Walther, Dror Zahavi, Florian Hoffmeister, Isa Prahl, Jan Bonny, Viviane Andereggen and Volker Schlöndorff. She has acted under the direction of the Oscar winner many times and has reaped many accolades for her outstanding performances, among them, the Silver Bear of the Berlinale for best actress, the Ulrich Wildgruber Prize and the Adolf Grimme Prize as well as nominations for the European Film Prize. Bibiana Beglau is an actress who is much in demand in film and television and has performed in many major productions including 'Across Barbarossaplatz', 'Different Kinds of rain', 'Crescendo', 'Der neunte Tag' (The Ninth Day), 'Sieben Stunden' (Seven Hours), 'The Legend of Rita', 'Under the Ice', 'What You Don’t See' and 'Zappelphilipp' (Fidgety Philipp).